Underdogs88 (325) - New Jersey, USA - MAY 30, 2015
American barleywine like aroma. Appearance is a cloudy orange color with an offwhite head. Flavor again is more like an American barleywine than a DIPA. Mouthfeel is medium high with medium low carbonation. Overall, this beer is an American barleywine not a DIPA. The beer also tastes old and oxidized.
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Grabbed a 4-pack of cans while in St. Louis this week. Pours a dark, cloudy amber-orange with a tall two finger off white head that leaves plenty of lacing. Aroma of dank citrus hops, caramel malts, grass and pine. Taste is big on the dank citrus hops that are evenly balanced with big caramel malts. Fair amount of boozy alcohol on the backend as well. Getting more of the citrus and hop resin in the finish. Medium to full body, sticky texture, average carbonation. Overall a very good DIPA. Nothing really that makes it stand out from other DIPAs out there, but still quite tasty and well done! ktownclown (13) - Missouri, USA - APR 19, 2015
Pours slightly hazy, frothy white head with good retention, carbonation good, slightly tropical or fruity, very light on the boozy flavor for the high abv. still something about it that is not for me aumentm (452) - North Carolina, USA - MAR 15, 2015
Wonderful double ipa. thought this is was of the finer beers ive had in a while. really enjoyed it and the hops were very fresh. tykechandler (343) - Kentucky, USA - FEB 1, 2015
это пиво очень вкусно. я бы, конечно, рекомен& его всем. пожалуй& обратит& его. очень хорошо!
AirForceHops (7296) - Epping, New Hampshire, USA - JAN 13, 2015
12 oz. can purchased at The Beer Shoppe or $3.95. A tad pricey but worth the sample for sure. Cloudy Amber color with fast diminishing head that leaves very little after it settles. Aroma is rather nice, heavy with resin, pine qualities with a spicy rye (or at least spicy) malt note. Ed5388 (3486) - Forked River, New Jersey, USA - JAN 8, 2015
Flavor starts with a moderate level of malt and citrus backed by a chewy yeast body. The chewy yeast gives way to a rather bold pine. The resin pine isn’t real big at first, it seems to stack up after you work your way though the glass. No date is displayed any place on the can, yet it’s clear to me it on the fresher side. If you find this on draft or fresh can don’t pass it up. Tasty
12oz can from Crossroads. Pours a murky ice tea color with the smallest head of off white foam. Aroma of old citrus, fruity hops, and lots of caramel maltiness. Taste of sweet caramel, lots of fruity hops, some faint pine, wet hops, and rotted oranges. Really sweet. Meh Block (2843) - Indianapolis, Indiana, USA - DEC 22, 2014
Had this one straight out of the can. Potent aroma, even without a pour. Hoppy, piney, sweet. Medium body with a silky and sweet mouthfeel. Hoppy finish. Pretty strong. Mainuh_man (291) - NETHERLANDS - DEC 14, 2014
12 Oz can. Hazy orange with a thick, off-white head. Hop dominant aromas of orange and resin, some barnyard funk. Flavor is malty sweet up front, but then lots of hops. Transitions to long, very bitter linger. Full body with a thick mouthfeel and average carbonation. Overall, not so well-balanced, and hop character, while very present, does not have many distinctive features. obxdude10 (2344) - Pottstown, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 11, 2014
Decently delicious IIPA. Nothing that blew me away, though. Sampled a snifter of this at the Park Tavern in Rosemont, IL. Full bodied and thick. Definitely on the malty side in the flavors. I did get a deliciously dry and hoppy flavor profile, along with some fruity hoppiness in the finish. Grapefruit and orange also showed up in the body.