Filed under: Imperial/Double IPA (snifter, tulip), Weyerbacher | Tags: Alcohol by volume, Burlington New Jersey, citrus, hops, Palate, resin, snifter, Taste
Style; glass: DIPA; tulip, snifter
12 fl oz x 9% ABV = 108 / 60 = 1.8 beers * 150 C = 270 calories (est.)
Purchased at: Canal’s Burlington, NJ for $2.78 Thanks, Mike!
Aroma: citrus, sweetness, and hash resin
Visuals: simple but effective packaging, a deep sunset with rain coming, clear, red, orange, and pinks, sediment pour brings particles, off white yellowish head, sticky lace.
Taste: very well balanced, approaches cloying, sweet, bitter, sour, Simcoe and cascade hops, delicious.
Palate: Bright, then very dull and rounded. All about the citrus burn and hop bitterness.
Overall: One of my favorite IPAs despite the overt sweetness. Well layered, well done.