… from da can. Ho ho ho.
Whoa…delish DIPA with a nose of tropical fruit great hop flavors with mild bitterness and soft mouth-feel. 8.4% ABV from the fine folks from Oxnard’s Casa Agria Specialty Ales.
…to find that Stone Brewings 23rd anniversary beer is an IPA. I’m sure the words on the back of the bottle would tell the story of the “uncanny anni”, but don’t want to dig into the recycle bin, and, truth be told…I don’t really care. The beer itself is ok. Resinous hoppy nose, malty base […]
An 8% double IPA from Port Brewing. Piney hop nose. Medium body with lingering bitterness. Yeah, this will work. Though not really getting some of the characteristics I would expect from Nelson (Sauvin) in both boil and dry hopping, I’m enjoying it more as I continue to sip. Whoa… it’s gone! Who stole my beer?
I don’t recall this 8.2% ABV double IPA from Mother Earth Brew Co. being so fruity. Quite nice.
Quite happy with this 8.4% ABV DIPA from Alaska’s Anchorage Brewing Company. It pours hazy, but with pronounced hop bitterness it’s not really a NE-style IPA.
An 8.5% ABV double India Pale Ale from the fine folks at Pizza Port Brewing Company.
I was hard to miss with my 16oz tall boy of Double Trunk, double india pale ale. One person said, ” The trunk is kinda freaking me out.”