Pro-Am Series No. 3 - Doublewide Double IPA - Beau's All Natural Brewing Company
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3.88/5 rDev -0.5%
600ml brown bottle, freshness date on the bottle tag.
LOOK: Hop hazed amber, superb looking head
SMELL: Dank, resin, grapefruit rind, pineapple skin, fresh grass, caramel, alcohol
TASTE: Smooth, bitter, cotton candy, treacle, earthy, leafy, hop oil, grapenuts, tropical esters, bready, bitter dry finish
Insanely bitter, obviously did not hold back here. A palate destroyer with out a doubt. Hoppiest / bitterest beer I have had to come out of Canada. Keep it up guys!!
07-15-2012 03:17:08 | More by Jason
3.53/5 rDev -9.5%
Subscription series. Big carbonation, but still several weeks from bottling may have tamed the hop punch from this, as evident in the nose. Orange body with a bubbly head, Lacey. Citrus,mango, drying finish.Average moutheel,decent drinkability.OK for the style.
06-01-2012 13:21:24 | More by Sammy
4.03/5 rDev +3.3%
On tap at the Rhino for the Doublewide release party, into a Beau's branded pint glass.
Pours reddish with some mahogany hues, a finger and change of white head. Light retention but solid lacing. Nose has spicy, herbal and grapefruit (among other citrus notes) and a bit of sharp alcohol. Big, bready caramel base supports this. Taste reflects these qualities quite well, spicy herbal and rich citrus hop notes come through, again with only a dash of alcohol. Malt base is prominent as well, with a long herbal bitterness in the finish. Big full body and a medium low carbonation that hits the nail on the head for this beer. Great feel and well crafted - a nice homebrew that did well when ramped up in scale.
01-26-2012 16:48:41 | More by liamt07
3.98/5 rDev +2.1%
Beau's Caba Caba Hey! Pro-Am series No. 03 brewed in collaboration with Great Canadian Homebrew Competition winner Brad Clifford. Delivered from the brewery on the day of release, served at about 50 in a wide-mouthed wine glass in two servings.
Pours a slightly hazy, rusty amber colour with a moderate light beige head that leaves some spotty lacing and settles as a thin collared film.
Somewhat subdued, if not balanced aroma for the style with a summery undertone. Bitter grapefruit citrus and caramel are mingled with fruity notes that remind me of pineapple and honeydew.
The taste is markedly bitter with a distinct citrus flavour that's somewhere between grapefruit and orange peel. Toasted yeast and malts create a bread-like backing that soak up some of the bitterness in the finish.
Full-bodied with a mild carbonation. No trace of the ABV in the taste, but I certainly felt it. Very heavy, malty and bready on the tongue with a slight creaminess that helps ease it down. The aftertaste has earthy and toasted tones about it.
Extraordinarily drinkable offering that is a bit of a departure for Beau's in that it lacks their characteristic "farm fresh funk".
Heavy on the bitterness and it has traditional hophead flavours with a solid and nicely-balanced backing. Maybe they should consider brewing this one again, I'd love to have a good, Ontario-brewed DIPA available.
01-20-2012 03:57:15 | More by bryehn
4.03/5 rDev +3.3%
A- Poured into my DFH chalice... aggressive pour leads to a huge rocky head that slowly disappears leaving behind a nice clumps of froth stuck to the glass. Beer is amber in color with some light activity
S- Lots of bitter citrus in the nose, mostly grapefruit and tangerine notes
T- Lots of citrus hop flavor though not intense. Seems to be the tiniest hint of sweetness that manages to come out in the finish... possibly what puts the damper on a lingering hop bitterness in your mouth
M- Medium body with light/medium carbonation
O- A solid beer, though there's other Boulevard offerings I'd spring for before this one
02-06-2012 01:39:42 | More by bbeane
Pro-Am Series No. 3 - Doublewide Double IPA from Beau's All Natural Brewing Company
- out of 100 based on 8 ratings.