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Brewed By: Sixpoint Craft Ales

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Number of Ratings: 1869

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

Brewed In: 40 Van Dyke St, Brooklyn, NY 11231, USA

ABV: 9.1%

IBU: 103

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Xavier profile pictureXavier - January 1, 2015
Nice bright bitter piney hops.
jersekong profile picturejersekong - December 11, 2014
9.1% ABV. Tropical flavors also a sort of Apple flavor. Lighter fruits not grapefruity. 103 IBUs. Carbonation bounces on the tongue. Very smooth. Alcohol is definitely hitting me but its definitely tasty. Bought a 4 pack and really enjoyed. Like the tall thin can. Lacing is awesome on this one.
eoscases profile pictureeoscases - November 16, 2014
Possible headache profile - October 18, 2014
Markedly hopped, heavy piney and citrus tones to point of heavy sweetness, but not bitter at all. Has a nice complexity, very good, but go slow on this one...
Cowboy Mike profile pictureCowboy Mike - October 13, 2014
Decent beer, but no where near the hop flavor or aroma I was expecting from a DIPA with a name like Resin. Good syrupy mouth feel, and noticeable ABV though no real alcohol flavor.
sam.s profile picturesam.s - October 10, 2014
Lots of flavor.
jboston profile picturejboston - October 5, 2014
Strong taste.
Beezer111 profile pictureBeezer111 - August 22, 2014
Very hoppy in a great way. Intense finish with high ABV but not evident until after you drink it...sneaks up on you.
Tisen90 profile pictureTisen90 - August 20, 2014
Pretty much anything from Lagunitas still stands out as a clear favorite for me, but Resin distinguishes itself from just about all of the other IPA's I've ever had. It goes down way too easy for 9% ABV and 100+ IBU's, which could be very dangerous if I've got more than 1 or 2 in the fridge. The hop bitterness was pleasantly strong, but it went down easy and seemed to hit me more in the nose than the mouth. Based on the overall taste, consistency, and feel, I'd have to give props to Sixpoint for a very appropriately named beer.
robertmham profile picturerobertmham - August 5, 2014
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