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Beer: Double Simcoe IPA
Style: IPA – Imperial / Double
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 9%
My rating: 0.75/5
Venue: Rocky Hill, NJ, Rocky Hill, NJ
Brewery: Weyerbacher Brewing Company, Easton, PA, United States
Brewer’s notes: Double Simcoe IPA, 9.0% ABV, is a full flavored ale with hints of pineapple and citrus up front, a good malt backbone in the middle and a clean finish.
Double Simcoe IPA is our incredible reward for Hopheads seeking the intense hop flavor in a Double IPA, without the harshness. It is brewed utilizing only the Simcoe hop variety. This hybrid hop, developed and trademarked by Select Botanicals Group, LLC in the year 2000, was created for its high alpha acid content, maximum aromatic oils and low cohumulone (harshness) levels so that brewers can really put a lot of ‘em in a beer and not create an overly harsh taste.
Check it out and you’ll soon see why everyone’s talking about it.
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