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My brother has this still.

Your right I still do have it haha

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being a human is so weird

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beeritual:

Three Floyds “Blackheart”

93 A-


Blackheart is an English IPA that uses only English hops, malts, and yeast in an homage to the roots of this style. The nose isn’t particularly bright, but is quite unusual in the best of ways. Fruity notes resemble orange and nectarine. Bready malts give a sweet hint of caramel. Hops bring in grassy undertones with a touch of spice. A hidden note resembling toasted coconut is delightful to find, but fades quickly. Alcohol can be detected only as the beer warms, but I find 8.5% to be the most perfect ABV for this style.


The palate begins as punchy malts stir up flavors of sweet bread and graham cracker. Hops rise in a fruity mix of orange and apricot. A leafy, grassy character begins to emerge with a weak outline of juniper. The bitterness level is perfect as it maintains steady agreement with the aforementioned sweetness. Next comes a flash of coconut, followed by a soft climax of zesty, minty hops. Alcohol-based fruity esters surface from behind in the most agreeable contribution of flavor. The mouthfeel is satisfying for its creamy roundness that slowly shifts toward a dry conclusion.


This is a great IPA, but I’m impressed these are all British hops, because they have a reputation for weakness. The ingredients may be English, but they’re treated as American. The toasted oak provides no direct attribution of flavor, so if they didn’t mention it, you’d never be able to distinguish its presence. Perhaps it adds a finer flavor I’m simply unable to associate with oak or wood. I suppose this would be more of an Imperial English IPA were this style to actually exist. Sweetness plays a big role on flavor, but ends up being a very agreeable counterpart to the bitterness. Overall, I’ve really enjoyed the interesting and original taste of this IPA! Three Floyds has yet to disappoint me. I recommend it.


8.5%

78 IBU

Munster, Indiana

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seansavestheworld:

and that’s close enough for me

craftbeerlibrary:

Guess what my wife found for me… Dogfish Head 90min IPA.

Best ipa I ever tried

craftbeerlibrary:

Guess what my wife found for me… Dogfish Head 90min IPA.

Best ipa I ever tried

coffeeandsnow92:

Felt - Another Knight

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Felt - Another Knight

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