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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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Tasting Notes

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tmh20 profile picturetmh20 - November 1, 2013
Nice citrus and pine notes on the nose with a sufficiently malty body to balance the higher alcohol content. The bitterness was perfect for the maltiness. Very enjoyable imperial ipa.
Fuzze11 profile pictureFuzze11 - September 21, 2013
Ridiculously smooth Double IPA! Stop reading this and go drink one!!!!! profile - September 17, 2013
Great DIPA. Full bodied and hopped up
jbaldwin531 profile picturejbaldwin531 - August 28, 2013
Overall this beer is pretty solid. Not going to lie at first taste and after the first few sips I wasn't much of a fan but as I continue to indulge myself on this IPA it began to grow on me and I began to see this beer for its true colors and alcohol content :)
csvetcov profile picturecsvetcov - June 26, 2013
Great high alcohol IPA. Full of bitter hop taste and the alcohol taste is not overpowering.
BrandonMelton profile pictureBrandonMelton - June 12, 2013
Rating: B
bassfury profile picturebassfury - June 9, 2013
Super hoppy beer wholly 9.1 ABV. Totally not into hops but was recommended so I gave it a shot. Totally drinkable has the piney hop bitterness but for some reason didn't seem to mind. Resin is perfect name - Cheers!
ryan00 profile pictureryan00 - June 5, 2013
It's a pretty strong beer you can taste alcohol. It has a great aroma also a good looking beer. A lot of nice hops
jat117 profile picturejat117 - June 1, 2013
Now that is a great hoppy beer.
railroadbill351 profile picturerailroadbill351 - May 27, 2013
103 IBU? They're kidding, right? Yea, it is hoppy, but very drinkable.
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