Hop Sutra - Peace Tree Brewing Co.

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very good

154 Ratings
THE BROS
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Ratings: 154
Reviews: 52
rAvg: 3.95
pDev: 11.65%
Wants: 17
Gots: 17 | FT: 1
Brewed by:
Peace Tree Brewing Co. visit their website
Iowa, United States

Style | ABV
American Double / Imperial IPA |  9.00% ABV

Availability: Rotating

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Beer added by: daledeee on 07-24-2010

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Photo of beagle75
2.43/5  rDev -38.5%
look: 2.5 | smell: 2 | taste: 2 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

Poured from a 12 oz. bottle into a Hopside-down pilsner glass.

A: Slightly hazy, light amber color with a retreating residue of off-white bubbles. Scant lacing remains on the glass.

S: Underpowered pine seems left to fend for itself. Malt is not detectable, likewise alcohol, although a thread of artificial laundry detergent perfume tries to hide unsuccessfully.

T: Begins off-dry, with coniferous herbaceous hop aromatics that show a medicinal side early. Acidity is sharp and potent into the middle where hop flavors turn more spicy. The finish is astringent and moderately bitter, sweetening late but lacking needed complexity. Alcohol is fairly well-hidden, slightly syrupy perhaps.

M: Thin to medium viscosity, resinous and acidic on the palate, with brisk carbonation.

D/O: Mediocre and too dependent on Columbus-derived hop qualities, this DIPA is definitely not a head-turner. Fermentation flavors are surprisingly lacking, considering the much-advertised Belgian yeast strain used to brew it, while malt and hops are entirely one-dimensional. The best compliment it affords is that it does not offend.

Photo of bashiba
2.83/5  rDev -28.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

Poured a medium orange with a very thin light head, just a touch of CO2.

The nose is week for a double IPA, very resiny and plastic, smells like some columbus and not much else.

The flavor is not real good either, a big metallic flavor, maybe a bit oxidized, along with a sharp piney bitterness, a bit of sweetness from the malt and alcohol, but not much in the way of flavor. The beer is even lacking in hop flavors, just loaded with bitterness.

The mouthfeel is a bit on the flat side with a touch of resin.

I bit of let down, as I had heard such good things about this brewery.

Photo of rwathree
3.09/5  rDev -21.8%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

A: pours a nice, hazy auburn color that grades lighter at the edges. Produces next to no head, and what it does yield disappears quickly. This is not the first Peace Tree beer I've noticed this shortcoming with.

S: the characteristic aromas of the Belgian yeast strain - banana and orange rind in particular here - intermingle nicely with bold hop aromas. (That the yeast and hops share the citrus notes in common is a plus, for sure.)

T: man, too much hops! Any subtleties are pretty much blasted off the map after a split second. Seriously, all I'm getting is a rush of burnt bitterness. OK, maybe the slightest bit of grapefruit up front, but taste betrays the aroma in a major way.

M: not bad - carbonation is strong, body is medium and easy going down.

O: aesthetically, this ranges from high-average to good, but the hoppiness is just overwhelming. Yeah, I know to expect a heavy hop profile from a Double IPA, but there's got to be something else for me to get behind. I'd like to revisit this in the future to see if Peace Tree works the kinks out. They're a very young outfit that I like supporting, so I'll happily give it another go down the road.

Photo of msjacilynn
3.2/5  rDev -19%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.5

A: hazy amber with a sandy tan head. minimal lacing.

S: hops, citrus but overwhelming pine

T: heavy handed with the hops (which is ok for a DIPA) but where's the malt backbone or anything to balance out the hops? I got nothing out of this beer but bitter, acidic hops and alcohol.

M: thin and a tad flat. carbonation could have been a tad better OR I could've had a bad bottle.

D: I would not pick this up again unless to try another batch.

Photo of alcstradamus
3.35/5  rDev -15.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Pours a murky golden copper color with two fingers of head and good lacing.

The aroma is an assault of pine, grapefruit, banana, onion, and lemon zest.

The flavor is fairly well balanced. A biscuit maltiness dominates the front palate, with an empty bitter finish and some pine resin in between. Lots of lingering bitterness.

The body is medium and carbonation is low and appropriate. Sticky on the lips.

Overall this is a decent enough beer but not really noteworthy. Would be nice with a burger and fries at a brewpub but I probably won't drink it on its own at home again.

Photo of rundocrun
3.45/5  rDev -12.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

First review of this beer with its new name: Hop Sutra. Stats are all still the same. Poured from a 12-oz bottle into a snifter.

A - Pours an extremely dark copper--almost reddish. Crystal clear. Has rose-colored highlights when held to the light. Yields a finger of light khaki head that dissipates quickly. Small amounts of lacing, but some definite residual sugars in this beer as indicated by the thick transparent sheets clinging to the sides of the glass.

S - Piney and resinous as a good DIPA should be. Hints of lemongrass and some mild floral hoppy notes as well. It's hard to get a sense for anything beyond the hops in this beer as I am drinking it quite fresh (within 3 weeks of its bottling date). Possibly the slightest hint of sweet honey mixed with fruity alcohol.

T - Intensely sweet up front, surprisingly. From the aroma I would expect something much more immediately bitter or at least with some hop flavor. The bitterness doesn't really come into play until the middle where it melds nicely with the booziness and lasts through the finish. Additionally, the initial sugary sweetness turns into a tangy honey-like flavor through the finish. As I take more and more sips I do notice one off-putting flavor--a metallic taste that is detectable only for a moment in the middle of each sip. Has a mildly malty and grassy aftertaste.

M - Medium body. Quite smooth for a DIPA. Finishes syrupy and a little cloying. Carbonation is adequate.

Overall - This is an above-average beer, but in my opinion it doesn't quite hit the mark as an exceptional DIPA. It is a little heavy on the sugars and it doesn't have the IBU's to make it a big-hitter.

Photo of argock
3.5/5  rDev -11.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Poured from stubby, medicine bottle 12oz brown bottle into a Duvel tulip. No freshness date. Received as a gift from my sister Tami -- thanks!

A: Rusty red-amber with 1-finger of off-white head with average retention and a few spots of lace.

S: Tart Belgian yeast is most dominating but there are plenty citrus and floral hops. The malt backing is pretty generic.

T: The flavor is complex and plenty earthy and dirty with the Belgian yeast. Not the most subtle beer. The alcohol is big but fairly integrating with the funky yeast character. I wish the hops had more chance to surpass the yeast character, but they do provide citrus and floral qualities. The maltiness is barely enough to get the job done and feels strapped.

M: The malt-based body is medium but needs to be more. The carbonation is low and helps the drinkability.

O: Not the greatest Belgian IPA as the yeast-hops balance is not more equal, and the maltiness is barely sufficient to support it all. I would love to see Peace Tree use typical American ale yeasts and more malt and see what happens.

Photo of Thorpe429
3.55/5  rDev -10.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Bottle thanks to Huhzubendah. Served in a tulip.

Pours a nice orange color and is fairly clear. An aggressive pour yields a beer with a small white head and not much lacing. The nose is pretty powerful considering the bottled on date of June 2010. Strong notes of citrus and floral hops, though these are overpowered quite a bit by a strong alcohol presence. Taste suffers the same fate--nice hops and some strong bitterness, but a rather bracing amount of alcohol hits as well. Finish is really nice with hefty amounts of bitterness. Drinks fairly well but I can't get past the booze.

Photo of mdwalsh
3.62/5  rDev -8.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

I wrote one review for this beer, but it seems to have disappeared. We'll see how a second reviewing goes.

A: A large, sand colored head, 3 or more fingers tall, is the dominate feature of this beer's appearance. It's got medium sized but densely packed bubbles and seems to be holding up pretty good. The beer itself is hazy though, a major turn off. This looks like a hefeweizen or even denser. To me, in a beer this strength and style, a little haze is ok. This is going too far. As the head settles, it leaves a nice, sticky lace. The beer itself is orange/amber/red and has alright active carbonation. I'm going to deduct some points for haze, but credit some for a great head. 4/5

S: As soon as I popped the cap on this one, it nearly knocked me out of my seat with resinous, piney, dank, hops. It's really the only thing going on here. It's not sharp, they are well rounded, but this is an American slap you in the face with a bag of pot and pine needles Double IPA. Even sitting an arm's reach away from this beer I can easily smell it. I wish there was a little malt there, some bready, grainy sweetness to somewhat balance it out. It's not so bad in the aroma but I fear for the taste. However, for the aroma of an America Double IPA, I'd say these guys just about nailed it. 4.5/5

T: Pine-sol. Sharp, bitter, no malt backbone. Absolute hop tea. This is exactly what I thought this beer lacked the first time I had it, but now I'm even getting a little alcohol in it. (Side note: the burp tastes a little better than the beer). As I drink more of the beer, the initial shock wears off a little, but I still get an astringent, hoppy mess. This is simply not a beer I want to drink, the taste is way off both the style and what I want in my mouth. I was much more malt in this Double IPA, much more. An American Double IPA, to me, should have some residual sweetness. If I want what this tastes like, I'll boil a pot of hops on my stove and drink the water with a shot of vodka. 3/5

M: The mouthfeel is a little thin, helped into that roll by the sharpness of the hop acids. The carbonation isn't bad, it could use a touch more, but not too much. 4/5

D: No, absolutely not. If it weren't for the fact that so many people loved it, I wouldn't have given it another shot. Apparently, the people of Mason City, IA are just bigger hop heads than they realize. I just cannot get behind this beer. 3.5/5

Photo of TheManiacalOne
3.63/5  rDev -8.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Acquired via trade from cpolking so a big “Thank You” goes out to him. Poured from a 12oz bottle into a US tumbler pint glass.

A: The beer is a deep amber color, with a short off-white head that fades slowly and leaves a thick lace on the glass.

S: The aroma contains piney hops, caramelized malts and fruity citrus.

T: The taste starts out sweet with flavors of caramel and citrus up front that are quickly followed by a strong hops presence. The hops bitterness has the normal floral taste to it but there’s also a bit of medicinal flavor as well. The malt character is hearty but not too heavy and provides some balance. The after-taste is slightly hoppy and slightly sweet.

M: Crisp and a little smooth, medium body, medium carbonation, finish is slightly sticky.

O: Tasty, goes down easily, not too filling, strong kick, good representation of style, there are better in the style but this is still a solid 2IPA to drink for a while.

Photo of dbossman
3.65/5  rDev -7.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A: Hazy, reddish brown--like cherry tea--with a thin but steady head and decent lacing

S: Loads of hops: pine and spruce as well as citrus fruits mingling in; man, the pine bitterness burns the nostrils; some sweet bready grains underneath but mostsly hops, hops, and more hops with an increasing alcohol presence

T: Bitter hops up front but they fade rather quickly leaving a bready slightly burnt and slightly sweet malt presence; the hops return but not in the same way they make their presence known in the aroma; it's actually kind of balanced and not overwhelmingly boozy but not quite what I was expecting either

F: Actually a touch thin, especially for a DIPA--but the creaminess sets in eventually making up for the initial thinness

O: Well, it had more promise than what it ended up as but it is still a decent DIPA--not something I will actively pursue but not a bad option

Photo of AgentZero
3.7/5  rDev -6.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Another home state Iowa tick.

A - Amber colored beer with a small off-white head that didn't stay for long but left some moderately good lace on the sides.

S - Some toasted malts, mostly citrus and pine hops with a slightly bitter finish. Actually not bad.

T - Grapefruit with a some toasted malts and a little bit of tropical fruit. Finishes bitter on the end. Actually not bad, don't think this is terribly fresh but it's probably the best Iowa beer I've ever had. Okay, I've had 2 or 3, but still. Little too much booze.

M - Medium bodied, slightly dry finish, fairly good carbonation.

O - Not a bad beer, not great, but could drink it regularly with no issues. I hope one of these Iowa breweries gets awesome quick so the locals can go crazy there.

Photo of inlimbo77
3.82/5  rDev -3.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

12oz stubby bottle with no date.
Poured this one into a Deschutes tulip

A: Pours an amber orange color. A thin line of bright white head. Not tons of carbonation. It leaves minimal lacing bits. Looks pretty still.

S: Surprised that it smells kind of good. I get some of that cat pee astringency for sure. But there is some fruitiness in there too. Some orange rind and citrus.

T: This is a strange tasting DIPA. Different than any I have had. You get a tongue coating mild bitterness up front. Then this strange flavor, maybe mildly medicinal after that. It gets very sweet to offset the initial bitterness. The close lingers with you. I didn't think this is fresh and think it might be good if it was.

M: Medium bodied.

Photo of Mdog
3.85/5  rDev -2.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Appearance: Orange-brown, cloudy, chunks of yeast, good head.

Smell: Citrus, mild fruity yeast, pepper.

Taste: Sweet, orange citrus. Some fruitiness, a little bit of black pepper, moves to a solidly bitter finish.

Overall: I finally found some bottles of this one in Iowa so I picked up a 4 pack. A good Belgian IPA that the brewery calls a double IPA on the label. The Belgian elements mingle well with the hops so each takes equal footing. Sometimes Belgo yeasts give me some weird flavors but this one seems to work well.

Photo of Gipsy_Danger
3.85/5  rDev -2.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

Poured into a chilled chalice glass.

A: Fairly standard orangey-type color when poured into the chalice. Light lacing around the glass that dissipates and sinks fairly rapidly. 1.5 finger white head when poured.

S: Again, standard hoppy Double IPA smell with a little bit more alcohol than I prefer.

T: Smooth, with just hints of hops and bitterness at the end. Nothing particularly memorable. Quite sessionable, actually.

M: Very smooth. Some coating of the tongue after drinking, but overall a fairly standard IPA feel.

O: Not a bad iteration of the Double IPA style, but nothing particularly stands out. 3.75.

Photo of ballz50401
3.92/5  rDev -0.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Poured from a 12oz. bottle into a Duvel tulip glass. Bottled 11/15/10

Appearance: Pours a dark copper color with a light tan head. Foam is loose and soapy with average retention. There is a slight haze and low carbonation bubbles.

Smell: Hops are slightly herbal and grassy with stronger pine with some mild citrus. Malt aroma is sweet with some meduim toasted caramel malts. Yeast has some earthy and musty notes.

Taste/Mouthfeel: Very sweet caramel with dark fruit and candi sugar. Some herbal/piney hop flavor along with the earthy yeast notes. Mouthfeel is full bodied with a chewy texture. A slightly numbing bitterness is present near the finish.

Drinkability: This one drinks pretty easy for a DIPA. Would love to visit the brewery sometime and try a fresh batch on tap.

Photo of birchstick
3.94/5  rDev -0.3%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Put into a random six pack at El Bait Shop in Des Moines by the bartender. HEre's my first DIPA from Iowa...

A - pours a reddish brown / dark amber without much of a head on it

S - smells dank and boozy with lots of earthy, oniony hops with citrus undertones. A caramel malt base is present as well as a bit of fruitiness

T - Starts off with sweet citrus up front. This fades to toasted caramel malt base that takes up the middle part of the palate. Next, the hop sutra delivers its hops - onion and bitter pine bombard the tongue on the finish. There is a subtle amount of of fruitiness on the finish as well. I got a lot of heat on the exhale.

M - nice and creamy mouthfeel, just how I like it on my IPAs

D - pretty solid DIPA here. Peace tree is not messing around with this one. It definitely delivers and does not disappoint as a DIPA. Having never heard of this brewery before I was pleasantly surprised by it. Very much recommended if you can get your hands on it!

Photo of emerge077
3.95/5  rDev 0%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Dark saturated orange, soft haze, lasting collar of lace and skim across the surface.

Hugely resinous aroma of dried mango, citrus peel, dank green hops, and a slight cattiness.

Slick and viscous feel, loaded with oily hop resin, traces of alcohol combine and render the taste nearly medicinal. Bitter citrus peel and green botanical flavors are big, also sweet tangerine and lasting piney resin in the aftertaste, light honeyed malt traces linger too after the bitterness subsides. Full bodied and very bitter, the 9% is apparent, and blends a little better as it warms. Overall a big brash DIPA from Iowa, only a small handful of those in existence.

Thanks for this one Eric!

Photo of mdcrouser
3.95/5  rDev 0%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Looks absolutely outstanding - brilliant orange and deep peach, like the sun setting just above the horizon. Fluffy, creamy white head looks like the frothy caps of an incoming wave. Is there an ideal looking beer? Leaves rings like a tree all the way down the glass.

As you'd expect, pretty big in the nose - citrus like a tangerine, fleshy like a peach, floral. Maybe not as pungent as I'd expected.

Alcohol at the fore, fire-breathing hops afterwards - juicy, peach flesh, orange marmalade.

Mildly prickly on the tongue, very smooth, sits heavy on the tongue for just a minute and then it's gone, like evaporation.

A good one, but not great or ground-breaking.

Photo of jrallen34
3.95/5  rDev 0%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Big thanks to Mike for this Iowa tick, drank from a Cigar City snifter. A mini florida growler looking bottle, 12oz I'm assuming, cool label that looked something like a "wanted" sign out of the old west. The bottle said 2010 so not sure how old or fresh this is... The body is a dark peach, semi clear, watery sheen but not bad. A light tope head rises, not much retention but good lacing... The aroma is quite good, lots of nice tropical fruits, light pine finish, rounds off nicely... The taste has some malt character to it toasted bread with grapefruit, however the alcohol comes through some and the hops finish a touch stale. I like this more than others but I still think this is a good dipa, especially from what I've heard about Iowa beers.

Photo of Dreadnaught33
3.97/5  rDev +0.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks to Colin for this one.

Pours an amber to brown hue with some lacing and a small head, revealing some nice hops of pine and floral varieties. Sort of has a cologne edge to it with the fruitiness it has.

The taste has a nice hop to malt ratio, with flowery hops being the standout for me. Tropical fruit leads to a bitter finish. nice taste overall and a smooth mouthfeel as well.

Good IPA overall.

Photo of drabmuh
4/5  rDev +1.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottle provided by the other Matt, Huhzubendah. Served in a Russian River glass.

Beer is orange and appears thick watching the carbonation rise through the liquid to the thin white head of small bubbles at the top. The head leaves some lacing behind, the beer also has a slight haze to it.

Aroma is pretty citrus hoppy and sweet...malt.

Beer is better than I expected. Not great but definitely good, medium bodied, sweet, decent bitterness at the end. Some citrus flavors in the midpalate overall a very nice beer. It's a little too sweet and the bitterness could be higher, I liked it though.

Photo of StonedTrippin
4/5  rDev +1.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

I've not had a ton of beer from iowa, but I've liked most of what I've been able to try. this is a fun one, courtesy of a new friend. a double ipa of sorts, hopped and dry hopped to oblivion, supposedly with some belgian yeast strain, but i don't get much of its influence, and whatever its done to this beer is overshadowed by its enormous hop flavors. nice hazy redwood color, red mulch sort of shade, with a short but lasting fizzy white head. it smells like citrusy hops, tons of alpha acids and pine sap, its very much the west cost bomb, but the grain bill is different. the taste confirms a little something darker in the grain bill, coppery fresh baked front end devolves quickly into a woody hop bomb that must have some centennial in it along with some other heavy hitting C varietals. the yeast profile is oddly nondescript for me, i get nothing of the declared belgian yeast, and the alcohol is remarkably well hidden. also rather quick finishing for such a big beer, so i assume some high gravity ale yeast was used. a little thick in feel, but the exuberant carbonation brighten things up on the palate. a well packaged and well made from a brewery i had previously never heard of. fun stuff.

Photo of BieresDesMoines
4/5  rDev +1.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

The beer pours an orange color with one mean haze to it, basically impenetrably hazy the head is nice and big but fades to about a medium size and leaves some spotty lace.
The aroma on this beer is sweet and fruity and seems more dominated by the belgian yeast used than the hops which is weird because that's kind of the opposite with hop wrangler, either way it smells good. The aroma has a distinct sweet almost floral character that works really well alongside that fruity yeasty thing I was talking about and also the piney and citrusy hoppiness. I like the flavor, I actually like everything I taste in this beer. It is indeed a lot like an intensified hop wrangler, so all the oddities of that beer are amplified here. I say oddities but you must understand, I mean this in the best way possible. This and the wrangler are beers that don't jump through a hoop for you and do exactly what you want them to, but as the glass progresses everything sort of weaves it's self together. This is, I believe the concept behind these two beers and I think it's executed very well in both cases. That said I'll say a little more about what's going on here. We've got a fruitiness and a citrus character that is unmistakably from west coast American hops sort of melding along with a fruity belgian yeast strain, which I might add as a side note seems to be becoming more and more dominant with each batch this brewery uses it in. The pineapple flavor is pretty nice in this beer, now lots of times you get pineapple from a yeast or a hop and sometimes it tastes like a pineapple flavoring, or a candy if you will. This tastes like genuine fresh pineapple. So what, you've got a west coast Belgian IPA on your hands. But that's not the case, I think when I first had Hop Wrangler I wished it were the case. Again with this one, these guys are going to make you think a little harder than that. Beyond all the fruitiness the beer is very bitter in a sort of herbal old world hoppy kind of way. Think of something like the biting bitterness of a good Classic German Pilsner. Then add to this all a sort of musty dank character. Theres lots going on but everything is balanced out to where it doesn't seem messy at all. I like this brewery more and more all the time, and again they've gone and put an original spin on a classic American style.
The palate seems a little bit thicker than I guess would have liked, but there are far worse things than that, and the beer was perfectly carbonated with just a nice spritziness to help the beer across the palate. For a 9% abv beer the alcohol is perfectly concealed and this is frighteningly easy to drink.

Photo of momoagogo14
4.03/5  rDev +2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Serving glass: poured from bottle into pint glass
Appearance: Medium, offwhite head, good retention, beer is a smoky orange color
Smell: pine, citrus, caramelized malts, some alcohol
Taste: Caramel malts right away, followed by spicy hop bitterness and earthy, citrusy finish
Mouthfeel: low carbonation, resinous, medium bodied
Overall: This is my favorite Peace Tree brew---the Belgian yeast and malt flavors lend a depth that separates this from other double
IPAs. It’s not just hoppy for the sake of being hoppy.

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Hop Sutra from Peace Tree Brewing Co.
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