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Brewed By: Wicked Weed Brewing (AB InBev)

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Number of Ratings: 246

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

Brewed In: 91 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC 28801, USA

ABV: 8.4%

IBU: 100

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WifeyMcBeaty profile pictureWifeyMcBeaty - January 28, 2016
Great hoppy flavor. Purchased at Bestway in Greensboro.
ElMariachiTi profile pictureElMariachiTi - October 22, 2015
Solid offering if you like hoppy IPAs. I'm an NC resident who fills up on Hop Drop regularly but this is worth putting him rotation as well.
jboston profile picturejboston - October 10, 2015
Very well balanced. Not too sweet.
dlitolff profile picturedlitolff - August 24, 2015
Clear light golden amber, thick fluffy white head fades slowly leaving tons of lace. Aroma is all weed. The taste follows the nose, dank weedy hops with pine and a little citrus. Good malt balance. Finishes dry with just a touch of alcohol burn. Light bodied and semi slippery. Overall a delicious dank weedy IPA. Bottle, August 2015.
sam.s profile picturesam.s - August 21, 2015
Excellent beer. I would give higher marks if they bump up the abv.
jmile profile picturejmile - June 9, 2015
Wonderful warm hops smooth with a significant hop burst. No lingering
BOT-BOT profile pictureBOT-BOT - April 15, 2015
frontcup profile picturefrontcup - December 26, 2014
Very hoppy, top ranked on beer advocate
cgiron profile picturecgiron - July 20, 2013
Clear golden body with white head. Amazing citrus, pine & orange peel aromas with malt backbone, balanced body & high hop profile. Incredible. profile - March 17, 2013
Absurd amounts of big west coast hops give this beer a citrusy, weedy nose and big dank flavor. Dry hopped with 3 lbs of hops per barrel. Minimally bitter due to the use of sugar as usual in west coast DIPA style.
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