2x4 Quadruple Pale Ale - Thai Me Up / Melvin Brewing
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Ratings: 33 | Reviews: 9 | Display Reviews Only:
4.51/5 rDev -1.7%
Served in a 12 oz mug.
A: Dim lighting at the bar. Clear, dull orange with a little bit of lacing. Not much retention.
S: Holy hell. Huge tropical fruit notes. Just a juicy hop bomb.
T: Yup, hop bomb. Pineapples thrown around in my mouth. Huge beer at 10.5%, but they pull it off without a huge malt backbone. Normally beers of this ABV are much more malty. This is not. Dry as hell. A little heat from the alcohol but in no way is it unpleasant.
M: Good carbonation.
O: I was looking forward to trying this beer and it did not disappoint. Jackson, WY has a lot of special things going on.
06-10-2014 00:34:43 | More by hoppytobehere
4.34/5 rDev -5.4%
Good stuff out of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. This is a solid DIPA, that is easy to drink and can easily hold it's own against many of the other DIPAs out there. I would say this brew is in the top quarter of exceptional DIPAs.
A-attractive in her own right
T-Clean, unique, and complex character
M-I wouldn't deny her access in the future
O-I would definitely date her again
This brew doesn't fail to impress.
04-16-2014 21:18:36 | More by mabermud
4.61/5 rDev +0.4%
A-This "Quadruple Pale Ale" pours a relatively clear, soft orange hue. Head swells up and slowly exhales leaving lacing rings.
S-A symphony of luscious hoppy notes. Macerated tropical fruits and a full glass of grapefruit juice. Very impressed with the level of hoppiness in the nose. There is also a clear, thick maltiness that was of sweet bread and biscuit.
T-This was so interesting because at first sip I wasn't enamored all too much. Every sip after, I loved it more and more. The girth of the malt was at first too much, I thought. Then I noticed how well the hops and malt worked with one another. Big on both ends, with a huge, pressing tropical and citrusy hoppiness. It's honeyed sweetness complemented the aggressive hoppiness in a magnificent fashion. Unique, and although it took me a while to warm up to it, I ended up loving the flavor.
M-Big bodied. A bit creamy. Very bitter. Aftertaste lasts for days. Alcohol well hidden. Softer carbonation. Resiny.
O-Boy did this one grow on me. By the end of my glass I realized that it was one of the better beers I have had in quite some time. I was mostly unaware of this beer. Another brew I will probably never try again. Still very happy to try it at least once!
04-02-2014 23:44:52 | More by VelvetExtract
5/5 rDev +8.9%
NEVER taken the time to rate a beer before. This Pacific Northwest girl and wife of a homebrewer KNOWS her IPAs. There is not a single thing I dislike about this beer, other than it whoops your ass like an angry mother. I would marry it if I could. Aggressively bittered and dry hopped to eternity, if they made this into a perfume I would wear it. And the boys would come running. The only thing that tops the smell is the taste - complex, well-balanced, and smooth despite it's high ABV. If you try this beer and don't like it, you deserve to be punched in the face. Sip slowly, enjoy the taste of hop perfection and buy me one if you see the blonde girl sitting at the bar!
12-30-2013 23:43:27 | More by IPAphrodite
5/5 rDev +8.9%
Hazy, but refractive, amber pour with one finger of rapidly diminishing head.
Juicy, remarkably complex aromas and flavors, featuring pine needles, grapefruit, mandarin orange, tangerine, peach, pineapple, apricot, and mango. Powdery texture that is neither too thick, nor too thin. This really wraps itself around the taste buds, and digs in for an incredibly lengthy finish, while somehow managing to also be very soft and gentle on the palate, as paradoxical as that may sound.
This is, without doubt, my new favorite DIPA.
12-21-2013 22:04:04 | More by Impfan
5/5 rDev +8.9%
My first ever beer review. Which is appropriate because this is the beer I've been waiting my whole life for. Smells like God just walked by. Tastes like tortured love. Punches like an innocent being dragged off to a life in the slammer. Hops? I guess it's hoppy. If by Hoppy you mean Holy Shi*t I can't believe this is in my mouth right now. The word BOOYAH was created to describe this beer. Run, don't walk, to Jackson Hole. Buy me some extra while you're there!
12-15-2013 21:32:36 | More by moaner
4.78/5 rDev +4.1%
Served in a shaker pint on tap
A - Mostly clear pale straw with a 1 finger eggshell head with good froathy head retention and moderate lacing
S - Strong tropical and citrus fruits with a big emphasis on mango, grapefruit, apricots.
T - A nice balance of mild bitteness, touch of alcohol, and big tropical fruit notes with a suprising large malt presence. Most DIPA utilize yeast that process all the fermentable sugars to let the hops shine, but this beers seems to showcase the hops well while still staying pretty sweet. Despite the sweetness very palatable, I could drink this all day!
M - Light body, moderate carbonation, alcholol is ridiculously well hidden, I almost doubt the near 10% rating they have on this one.
O - Freaking amazing. One of the brewers was kind enough to chat it up with me and gave me a mini tour. Mad props, can't wait to come back to see their progress. Drink this beer and everything they have as you won't be dissappointed.
09-11-2013 15:22:35 | More by williamjbauer
2x4 Quadruple Pale Ale from Thai Me Up / Melvin Brewing
97 out of 100 based on 33 ratings.