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Brewed By: Harpoon Brewery, LLC / Massachusetts Bay Brewing Company, Inc.

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Average Rating:
7.15554

Number of Ratings: 1588

Style: American Double / Imperial IPA (DIPA / IIPA)

Brewed In: 306 Northern Ave, Boston, MA 02210, USA

ABV: 10%

IBU: 90


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Tasting Notes

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kmptrgeek profile picturekmptrgeek - July 13, 2017
Strong and malty. Not a bad DIPA.
gpick profile picturegpick - March 26, 2017
Hard to drink imperial IPA. Heavy on the malt, little hop presence similar to the single IPA. Syrupy mouthfeel and lingering sweet alcohol aftertaste.
Waldobmp profile pictureWaldobmp - August 2, 2016
Full bodied, carmel cola overtones
saramisu profile picturesaramisu - April 15, 2016
Big hops, not bitter. Malty, sweet, caramel. Really good
drminaz profile picturedrminaz - February 28, 2016
Had it at the Harpoon Brewery for an FCA work get together. Really like this beer
mikesull profile picturemikesull - January 31, 2016
Super hoppy but definitely pick up the malt after taste. A complex brew
ccwops@yahoo.com profile pictureccwops@yahoo.com - August 1, 2015
For a 10% ABV IPA I give it a 4 star rating. Almost, perfectly balanced. Great finish & aftertaste, (popped a top)
sethtillinghast@gmail.com profile picturesethtillinghast@gmail.com - June 25, 2015
Taste more alcohol than flavor, but not bad.
PKS profile picturePKS - April 12, 2015
Rich malty. Very balanced malt sweetness with hop bitterness. Oranges. Alcohol sweetness present. 5+
Hop&AleLover profile pictureHop&AleLover - March 3, 2015
Light taste at first, followed by evergreen then pine taste, to be followed by bitter hops flowered.
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