Midnight Hoppyness - Knee Deep Brewing Company
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4.83/5 rDev +18.1%
had at the Parson's Pub in Murphy, NC.
What a beer!
A: pours a dark coffee color with a thick caramel colored head.
S: smells of hops
T: SO EFFIN GOOD!! starts mellow and then finishes with a hoppy goodness.
O: it is a beer i could definitely have more than one of. great job knee deep!!
07-05-2014 19:49:04 | More by burnzgtm
3.65/5 rDev -10.8%
Midnight Hoppyness....I was surprised when I poured this from a bomber into a pint glass, and it came out black....hence the name. Duh.
Good looking beer. Dark black with a large muddy head.
Smells of sweet chocolate, with a crispness that hints of hops. That would be the only clue so far that this isn't a stout.
Tastes pretty strongly of alcohol, starts somewhat sweet, and finishes bitter. Kind of rough.
Pretty strongly carbonated..
Overall, this tastes a little unfinished. Like it should be aged, or tweaked a bit in the brewing process. A bit rough for me.
05-21-2014 00:09:23 | More by TrojanRB
4.48/5 rDev +9.5%
Walked into a local liquor store and randomly found a bottle of this stuff! Had never seen/heard of this specific beer but I had recently enjoyed Knee Deeps Belgo, Simtra, and Hoptologist. I am new to Black IPA's but I did enjoy this beer. Like the beers name, the beer poured a black "midnight" color and had a very distinctive IPA taste. I reside in California and I am currently experincing an "Indian Summer". This beer fit perfectly with the in between summer/fall weather. Not to heavy and not to crisp. Not going to lie, I am excited to switch over to porters and stouts. The only other Black IPA I have tried was Bear Republic's Racer X. Out of those two options, I would choose Knee Deeps over Bear Republic's. This was a great tasting beer with a cool name and label!
10-07-2013 04:26:52 | More by Adriatic
3.84/5 rDev -6.1%
Appearance- black color, tan headrnrnSmell- malt, piney hopsrnrnTaste- malt, some piney hops, coffeernrnMouthfeel- medium to full bodiedrnrnDrinkability- I thought it was very good. I would definitely drink it again. Knee Deep did a great job with this one.
01-21-2014 03:15:38 | More by jeffjeff1
Midnight Hoppyness from Knee Deep Brewing Company
91 out of 100 based on 128 ratings.