RATINGS: 148   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.41/5   IBU: 100   EST. CALORIES: 246   ABV: 8.2%
An intense Double IPA brewed for the "hopheads" of the world. This robust ale is so full of malt and hops that you can almost chew on it. Served in a snifter to bring out all of the nuances of malt, hop, and alcohol.

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obxdude10 (2392) - 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.

Fredis23 (564) - Hickory Hills, Illinois, USA - DEC 7, 2014
Hazy Muddy Brown, A few Floaters, Huge Fluff Head, Decent Lacing. Sweet Malt, Floral Hops and Pine Aroma. Sweet Malt, Resin, Pine and Hop Bitter. More Sweet Than Bitter. Full Body, Hides High ABV Well. Easy To Drink, Enjoyed It. Recommended....

SotallyTober (113) - Channahon, Illinois, USA - NOV 7, 2014
12oz can. Pours a hazy orange/ amber, with an off white head that leaves light lacing. Has a pine, fruit, and floral aroma. There was a citrus, orange, caramel, resinous hops, and pine taste. Medium body that was sweet with a bitter finish that stuck around. Overall, not to bad.

TattooJack (534) - Illinois, USA - OCT 14, 2014
Poured from the can into my dad’s antique 7oz. Old Style glass he stole from a local gin mill back in the day. Finished 5 of these bad boys in an hour, and have already alerted my bail bondsman on twitter to let him know there might be action tonight. This is a good looking, good tasting glass of beer, all the food groups are represented: hops, malt, fruit, alcohol, and slayer. Who could ask for anything more?!..

Atheist_Peace (1042) - Halifax, Nova Scotia, CANADA - JUL 3, 2014
Fairly murky orange/amber pour with an eggshell head that leaves a little lace. I get a lot of candied tropical fruit on the nose with some resin and a little caramel but it’s all fairly subdued. More alive on the palate but the caramel has an offputting graininess to it and the fruit seems tired somehow. This can may be a little old.

SamP01 (668) - New Jersey, USA - JUN 7, 2014
12oz can. Pours a dark cloudy amber with a medium beige lasting head, some lacing. Aroma and taste is sweet caramel malt, pine citrus hops, some notes of orange, yeast moderate hops bitterness. Palate is a medium to full, moderate on the carbonation, a mild smoothness. Finish is sweet caramel malt, some citrus orange tones with moderates bitterness on the end. Has a good caramel malt background. A flavorfully good drinking, nice.

keanex (1799) - Atco, New Jersey, USA - MAY 29, 2014
Appearance: The body is a murky chestnut with slightly red edges through it, an amber ale in appearance. The head is frothy and dense with a tan hue.
Aroma: The aroma is certainly hoppy, slightly piney and citrusy with some resinous qualities. The malt base shows also adding some sweetness in the way of caramel and slight toastiness and some fruity esters.
Taste: The flavor is an enjoyable moderately to aggressively bitter flavor of pine with some spiciness. Slightly fruity sweetness from the hops comes through giving orange flavors. The malt base is matching the bitterness almost providing a caramel and nutty base that’s soft and pleasant. The beer is very soft, but in a good way. The flavors weave in and out.
Palate: Soft and full bodied.
Overall: I’m not in love with this, but it’s a competent imperial IPA. I enjoy this more than my rating indicates. It doesn’t perform well under scrutiny, but it drinks nicely and would make a great campfire beer for late at night if you’re not driving.

wheresyourball (575) - El Cajon, California, USA - MAY 7, 2014
Picked up a can while visiting Philly. Pours hazy dark orange with white head. Nose is citrus, caramel. Flavor follows with some spice, and a bitter finish. Not a great example of a DIPA; not balanced.

BVery (11461) - Plymouth, Minnesota, USA - APR 3, 2014
Can. Murky deep orange pour with a small head. Nice pine and citrus aroma and taste. Carbonation is a bit light. Slightly syrupy. Flavorful.

Bendrixian (1514) - Canadiana, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 21, 2014
Can. Hazy orange red colour that leaves a decent lace. Aroma is all about the hops with pine cones, some pungent earthyness and some citrus burst with little malts. On the palate I find it drier than expected although it does sport a bit of sweetness, flavours are hoppy bitter with a nice malty backbone. It is a hops celebration but lacks a little bit of depth.

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