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Brewed By: Knee Deep Brewing Company

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Number of Ratings: 43

Style: American Quadruple IPA

Brewed In: 3395 New Airport Rd H, Auburn, CA 95602, USA

ABV: 14.5%

IBU: 140

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Tasting Notes

Please sign in to post comments about this beer and see your Beer Buddies' comments. profile - April 13, 2017
A. Not sure what style this is, brewer called it a barrel aged quadruple IPA. Reminds me of a barrel aged Bigfoot. Sweet and boozy with some hops in the background. profile - January 23, 2016
A- to A+. Some bottles can have an off/shrimp aroma that goes away to yield Citra and Simcoe hops. The barrel aged has a taste of oak and bourbon and less hop presence. profile - January 23, 2016
A- to A+. Some bottles can have an off/shrimp aroma that goes away then get the Citra and Simcoe hops. The barrel aged has a mild bourbon and oak flavor, not as strong a hop presence. profile - March 15, 2015
B. Too much residual sweetness and a chemical flavor or shrimp taste. Had another bottle and it seemed much better, not chemical or shrimp taste. Still very dank and sweet and Citra and Simcoe. Now an A. The barrel aged is an A+, very old ale barleywine like.
HomerHomer's Beer Odyssey - January 12, 2015
APPEARANCE - 1-finger head that dissipates. Light, clear. Tons of lacing. AROMA/SCENT - Hops, fruit, sweet. TASTE - Hops, pine. ABV unbelievably well-hidden. MOUTHFEEL/PALATE/TEXTURE - Good carbonation, dry, lingering, light, effervescent, crisp, acidic, refreshing. VALUE - $12 for a 10-oz glass. Pricey for domestic draft. OVERALL/DRINKABILITY - This is the first Quadrupel Imperial IPA I've tasted. Yet another hophead masterpiece from Knee Deep. profile - November 9, 2014
Too much of a grapefruit flavor
web profile pictureweb - October 31, 2014
4.5/5 -November 2014 @ 13.1% - I love hops & their flavor, but in the same way that when hot chiles are used I require balance in the flavor so that it is not flavorless heat, I require malt flavor & sweetness to balance hops so that they do not simply convey flavorless bitterness. While this might be too sweet for bitter bums, this is my idea of doing it right. Like Fresh Squeezed IPA, the bitterness is not the star. I am not all about dank flavor like Altamont Brewing is, but this dank flavor is complex enough to be quite nice.
Metsfan93727 profile pictureMetsfan93727 - October 11, 2014
Wow, boozy, dank and delicious. Glad to have tried it. If u haven't tried it ur missing out.
brewbaker profile picturebrewbaker - June 26, 2014
Wow this is a big beer with big big hops!