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Brewed By: Moylan's Brewery

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Number of Ratings: 289

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

Brewed In: 15 Rowland Way, Novato, CA 94945, USA

ABV: 9.20%

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Tasting Notes

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SarahMunz profile pictureSarahMunz - November 17, 2015
A little too bitter for my floral hoppy palate. Bottle, home, Nov 2015.
canninos6 profile picturecanninos6 - August 6, 2015
Hoppy with clean finish. profile - March 10, 2015
A. Similar to Drake's Hopocalypse with sharper hop edges and more pine. Not as malty or sweet either.
taa800 profile picturetaa800 - March 1, 2015
Very hoppy but not dry or thin. Good base for a backbone to mix with the hop flavors.
cmp8254 profile picturecmp8254 - November 30, 2014
Very hoppy! Nothing super special, a typical double, but very drinkable.
jmile profile picturejmile - November 16, 2014
Pleasant and drinkable. No burnt taste
mryeti profile picturemryeti - September 15, 2014
Disgusting. Skunky malty and tastes like ass
zomerhouse profile picturezomerhouse - November 29, 2013
Medium to dark amber in color. Burnt sugar/caramel and hops on the nose. Hops forward with more hop intensity afterward, then balanced out with malts. Bitterness lingers
Melvinthemopboy profile pictureMelvinthemopboy - March 15, 2013
Pours a dark tan color with a thick frothy white head, that becomes rocky as it dissipates. Smells of juicy grapefruit and bit of a citrus peel, with a light maltiness. Strong citrusy flavors grapefruit and lemon in the forefront. Little bit of piney flavor. A slight maltiness but no sweetness. A powerful hoppy ale. Medium to full bodied, sticky texture, a bit dry in the finish, also a very bitter finish.
bdub30 profile picturebdub30 - March 3, 2013
Medium to dark honey in color. Pours with a 2-3 finger head that dissipates quickly. Burnt sugar/caramel and hops on the nose. Hop forward with more hop intensity afterward, then balanced out with malts. Bitterness lingers a bit but is overall a good imperial.
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