Filed under: Imperial/Double IPA (snifter, tulip), Moylan's | Tags: beautiful, bitter, brilliant, cascade, crisp, dark amber, fiery sunset, good strength, hoppy, hops, inviting, longer bitter finish, lots of awards, overwrought advertising and packaging, rocky, royal, silky, So nice, staying lace, summer nights, thin white head, too much, well balanced, woody
Style and Glass: DIPA, Tulip
ABV, Volume & Calories: 8.5% in 22 fl oz. estimated at 400 C
Purchased at: Canal’s Burlington, NJ for $8.00 (Thanks, Mike!)
Aroma: beautiful, so nice, inviting, hops, cascade, summer nights.
Visuals: overwrought advertising and packaging, lots of awards, too much, fiery sunset, dark amber, brilliant, thin white head, staying lace.
Taste: well balanced, woody, crisp, hoppy, bitter, good strength.
Palate: royal, silky, rocky, longer bitter finish.
Overall: A brilliant example of a DIPA. A definite repeat. A favorite. Mike at Canal’s never steers you wrong.
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