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There's No Place Like There - Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project

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Ratings: 65
Reviews: 7
rAvg: 4.07
pDev: 8.11%
Wants: 3
Gots: 9 | FT: 0
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Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project visit their website
Massachusetts, United States

Style | ABV
American Double / Imperial IPA |  9.50% ABV

Availability: Limited (brewed once)

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Beer added by: aedgett12 on 07-02-2014

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Ratings: 65 | Reviews: 7
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A - A hazy, unfiltered amber body with a sea foam head. Light lacing

S - You get bombarded by fruit the moment you crack the bottle - a sweet fruit aroma surround the glass... lots of citrus here. Very powerful.

T - Very crisp and very heavy on the citrus flavors... the carbonation gives it a nice lift. There's a very light aftertaste, so it finishes very clean.

M - This double IPA has a lot going on as far as mouthfeel - the carbonation plays with the hops in a way that makes it very memorable. Not heavy, but a full flavor for sure.

O - I had to give this double IPA a whirl, as I'm a huge Pretty Things guy. And they did not disappoint. I've never had anything from Napar before, but they're now on my radar. Nothing wildly different from other double IPAs but that's not a drawback. The collaboration with Napar was very fruitful.

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Bottled June 2014

Pours a nice thicker frothy slight creamy almost 1 finger head that fades fairly slowly nice lacing too, hazy honey orange bright colored, similar color to tree house ipas.

Nose brings a mix of hops, flashes of citrus and very faint tropical notes that disappear instantly, with resin and plenty of earthy hops, little herbal oily almost but not quite vegetal, bit of pine with the resin and sap, almost hop extract, little forest floor earthy and some sweet candy malts with faint phenolic booze, also just a touch of a caramel candy malt.

Taste starts with another blend of hops, big spicy chewy hops out front with mild herbal notes, some big earthy flavors too, kettle forest floor again, with mild pine, sap, and resin. A big pine and spicy hop flavor leads into mild fruity hop note, just a touch of bitter citrus rind and candied orange peel like. Then a sweet candy badly base to balance, or attempt to at least, with fair sweetness, a little caramel and candy like, sweet but not syrupy, with a faint nutty toffee note even way in the background, a fluffy malt too, with a mild warming booze and touch of phenols. Some bitter grapefruit pith as it warms, more rind as well. The finish dries and the attempt at a balance is long gone, huge bitterness cuts through, long bitter spicy chewy hop like chewing on hop pellets, bit astringent, some pine and mild sap and resin almost there, and flash of warming booze.

Mouth is med to a bit heavier bod, bit fluffy too with nice carb, mild warming booze.

Overall ok but not really what I expected. It is do heavy with hops, spicy earthy like, and big malts that have a tough time balancing. Really not something I ever expected Dann Paquett to make. It's ok but great, tough to enjoy since it's so big and bitter.

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