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Brewed By: Sweetwater Brewing Company

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Average Rating:
6.19302

Number of Ratings: 487

Style: American Double / Imperial Pilsner

Brewed In: 195 Ottley Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30324, USA

ABV: ?

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Tasting Notes

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deucesNnooses profile picturedeucesNnooses - July 17, 2015
Kind of an unfiltered hoppy type appeal. Not my ideal beer.
jeremiahwilliams0818@yahoo.com profile picturejeremiahwilliams0818@yahoo.com - April 25, 2015
India Pale Pilsner, better than IPA
tripper007 profile picturetripper007 - April 19, 2015
If you like funky hoppy give it a try
gonoles17 profile picturegonoles17 - April 5, 2015
Tough to drink
bears1985 profile picturebears1985 - April 4, 2015
Don't get the Indian pale part yes it's a pilsner nice white head. cloudy golden in color. Strong pilsner aroma tastes like what PBA or old style should taste like. If you like pilsners you'll love it
rockhard profile picturerockhard - May 27, 2014
Way too hoppy, especially for its weight. At least the bouquet has some floral/grapefruit to it. Would not drink it again, unless there were nothing else, and then maybe not.
doodlebug profile picturedoodlebug - May 27, 2014
Too hoppy (bitter).
rs10 profile picturers10 - May 26, 2014
Unfiltered yellow color with lots of carbonation and a thick white head. Light, smooth, with a hint of floral and grass and a bitter finish. Great summer beer.
Dawgvet profile pictureDawgvet - May 8, 2014
Strong lemon pith (white part of zest) finish that lingers. Nothing exceptional
beerman27 profile picturebeerman27 - April 17, 2014
Nothing special. Typical ale
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