Hangar 24 Double IPA

I wrote: "Hangar 24 Double IPA. Straight up IPA smell. Deeper pine/grass smell. A slightly bitter taste which settles down into tasting like grapefruit, at least in terms of bitterness (not citrus)." 2:37PM PT


Hangar 24 Double IPA

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Hangar 24 Double IPA (Hangar 24 Website)
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Website Information:
Hangar 24 Double IPA

Assertive and drinkable. Double IPA is California’s gift to beer lovers. Ours is brewed with four distinctly American hops: Centennial, Citra, Columbus and Simcoe, all beautifully balanced by five malts and generous additions of local orange blossom honey. An intense sensory experience — the fresh aroma of citrus, pine and grapefruit with the bold taste of hops and sweet honey.

Additional Information:
This beer was first brewed to celebrate American Craft Beer Week in 2010. The Double IPA style is distinctly American, and so are the flavors of the specific hops used. This beer was an instant hit (Southern Californians do love their hops!) and we plan on brewing it throughout the year whenever our production schedule allows it.

Alcohol Content: 9.0%
IBU: 118
Glass Type: Tumbler
Serving Temperature: 50º fahrenheit
Food Pairing: Grilled lamb, smoked beef brisket, chicken fried steak. Crème brulee. Sharp blue cheeses.

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