Octo-Pyroclastic Black IPA - La Brasserie de Fleurac
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2.51/5 rDev -16.3%
Bottle at Mondiale 2013, a quadruple black IPA that was eisbock'd and then aged in whiskey barrels. Apparently the strongest French beer ever made.
Dirty brown, no head or lace but some serious legs. Nose of whiskey and ethanol. Not much else save for some sweet malt and dark fruit notes. Palate is bitter, fusel, dark fruits, sweet malts and a hell of a lot of whiskey (almost like taking a shot of one). Pretty hard to put back, but my fellow Mondiale-ers all chipped in to have me chug a half pint of this stuff. Brutal.
06-09-2013 20:09:56 | More by liamt07
Octo-Pyroclastic Black IPA from La Brasserie de Fleurac
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