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Brewed By: 3 Floyds Brewing Co.

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Number of Ratings: 634

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

Brewed In: 9750 Indiana Pkwy, Munster, IN 46321, USA

ABV: 10%

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Tasting Notes

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kr profile picturekr - June 24, 2013
Fucking amazing but hey 3floyds so who's shocked ? App says 10% bar board at Indianapolis market says 11% and at 100 ibu how so smooth? How so fucking magnificent and perfect? In Indiana of all places? 3floyds is a wonder of the world Doesn't taste like a heavy double to me still somehow refreshing and tasty Ps at bar in Indy with 16 taps only beer being sold in tulips is the cow and everyone but one person is drinking out of a tulip right now profile - June 20, 2013
Mmm mmm good! What a nice smooth double IPA. It cost me a lot but didn't disappoint. Love the talented brewers at 3 Floyd's.
furnish112 profile picturefurnish112 - June 19, 2013
Strong stuff. Good taste. Doesn't have a strong taste, so be careful.
BrandonMelton profile pictureBrandonMelton - February 6, 2013
Rating: A
jimmyweddle profile picturejimmyweddle - October 7, 2012
A very interesting brew! Hops that h would expect from FFF. Avery hazy color that has an interesting Carmel note to it. Surprisingly big body considering the ABV!
whtsox profile picturewhtsox - October 1, 2012
I am not a big ipa fan, but this beer was very goo
starguy067 profile picturestarguy067 - July 10, 2012
Worth every penny! Three Floyd's definitely knows what they are doing! This beer rocks! ;)'
thechasm442 profile picturethechasm442 - January 1, 2012
The smell is citrus and very sweet for the style. The lactose sugar really shows. Taste is orange and sour but not as bitter as the typical DIPA. The sweetness from the lactose sugar blends well with the malt for a nice balance. Interesting beer worth trying. Abv is listed wrong, it's 11%
jdenney1 profile picturejdenney1 - December 25, 2011
Not worth the money, but tasty.
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