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Brewed By: Tröegs Independent Brewing (Troegs)

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7.49035

Number of Ratings: 2176

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

Brewed In: 200 East Hersheypark Dr, Hershey, PA 17033, USA

ABV: 7.5%

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Tasting Notes

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brewer88 profile picturebrewer88 - May 2, 2013
Excellent double IPA! Hopped to the nth degree, but not bitter. Piney, citrus, some malt backbone to support the hops. Well balanced. Nice lingering smooth citrus finish.
mell1225@gmail.com profile picturemell1225@gmail.com - April 21, 2013
Very hoppy/bitter ipa. A good medicine for the days when you need to satisfy the hophead in you.
wicks41 profile picturewicks41 - April 17, 2013
Very hoppy/bitter
BadMojo profile pictureBadMojo - April 8, 2013
Amazing hoppy IPA!
jpables@gmail.com profile picturejpables@gmail.com - March 30, 2013
A light IPA. Clean and refreshing. Pure.
hammer profile picturehammer - March 30, 2013
Solid IPA. Nothing noteworthy but what it should taste like. Less bitter than the standard 60 min.
crichie72 profile picturecrichie72 - March 30, 2013
Wegman's bottle shop
dave_221@yahoo.com profile picturedave_221@yahoo.com - March 24, 2013
Has a hint of bitter aftertaste. Another example of a good beer, that you only want one of.
Stillersnut profile pictureStillersnut - March 16, 2013
Great, smooth, hoppy, piney, citrus, all the great tastes in a quality ipa. Better than nugget nectar!
a hungri bear profile picturea hungri bear - February 28, 2013
27FEB13, Apt 12oz, beveled pint Semi-translucent golden color. One finger off-white head that dissipates quickly to a nice thin film. First aroma is pine with heavy dank notes. Aroma quickly becomes sweet, and really nice. Flavor is initially all sweetness then the bitterness creeps through to form a mildly wet finish that crisps up after a bit. Jut a hint of malt, but not too noticeable. Sweetness is not quite citrus, but almost a full sweetness rather than tart sweetness.
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