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|Great North Tragically Hopped
This is an 8.5% American DIPA designed as a “classic” no New
England Imperial. It uses a blend of Centennial, Simcoe, and
Mosaic hops, TIt was brewed witha combination of Munich and
Wheat malt, along with cane sugar. Nose brings wet grass, tropical
fruits, and earthy spices.. Flavors are pine crackery malt, resin,
hint of flowers. Solid but many better DIPAs out there.
Overall Rating: Above Average
|Petrus Aged Red
This is a blend of 15% Petrus Aged Pale, pure foeder beer that has
been aged for 2 years in oak foeders, and 85% double brown with
sour cherries. The 8.5% ABV is well hidden by the fruit. Aroma of
cherries, ripened fruits, notes of chocolate and light wood. Cherries
lead the way in the flavor profile with caramel and malt in the
background. Sweetness edges out the tartness in this one.
|Jersey Girl Sun-kissed Citra
This is an American IPAwith a 7.8% ABV.
It's hazy, and oated. It is hopped with Citra
and Centennial. Aroma is orange, with
tropical mango and other fruits. Flavors are
orange, mango, pineapple, and melon with
a hint of pine. A bit thin but overall most
drinkable and refreshing.