Arctic Panzer Wolf - Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
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4.05/5 rDev -4.9%
From old review notes, drank sometime in May 2012, not sure about freshness.
A Light burnt orange, golden glow. White head dissipates to a to a ring. Persistent carbonation, big lacing.
S Big pungent tropical aromas- pineapple upside-down cake.
T Orange marmalade, orange peel, apricot meat. Light lingering bitterness.
M Crisp-drinking despite the formidable, initially sticky maltiness. Nice bitter pop at the end.
O Is it fresh? Must know. A very good DIPA but way sweeter and juicier than I usually go for.
09-13-2012 14:38:14 | More by gustogasmic
4/5 rDev -6.1%
This looks clear and clean with a bright copper/amber color and a healthy white cover with lots of lacing. The aroma brings a malty pine hop with a light floral complement. Nice. The flavor offers a beautifully blended grass-pine hop bitterness with oak caramel and some alcohol presence. Nutty and a bit leafy. Medium bodied with a soft, well blended carbonation. Very smooth stuff with a little kick. Though it's quite hoppy as I typically like this style to be, there's a bit more alcohol than I like to taste. Nice enough.
09-12-2012 15:33:20 | More by Durge
3.8/5 rDev -10.8%
22 oz bottle, no dating
A - Pale gold, hazed, some floaties, thick white head has good retention and lacing.
S - Bright, floral hop bouquet with some grapefruit flesh, Not too much in the way of pine aroma in this one. Some booze as it warms.
T - Follows the nose, but with a huge caramel sweetness mid palate, finishing bitter, but not palate-wrecking. Abv is apparent, maybe too much so.
M - Full body, medium carbonation, boozy, thick hop oils, finishes with some hop oils coating the mouth.
O - Good, it stays bitter, but the booziness is just too strong, not hidden well for a 9%er.
09-11-2012 00:19:04 | More by garuda
4.45/5 rDev +4.5%
A- Wonderful pour of a slight haze darker in color, a little light for a DIPA but still nice. There is a good head to it that sticks around and is almost lacy in texture.
S- Holy hop pants of fire. I could smell it while it sits on the table while I'm a couple feet away. Once I put my nose in it though it was hops hops and more hops. It smells like I just opened a bag of hops.
T- It's on par with Hopslam with the amount of hops that hits the face. It taste like I'm nawing on a piece of pine tree and I love it. The hops are sharp and crisp just sit on the tongue and really kick ass.
M- It's a medium body a little light, but still has a lot of mouth feel. Carbonation is very well done and compliments the over all beer.
O- Very well done FFF, it really is like FFF to have a DIPA that just kicks your ass with hops. I know this isn't for everyone, but if you are a hop head that likes a ridiculous amount of hops in a beer then look no further.
09-04-2012 23:24:38 | More by MeowTom
Arctic Panzer Wolf from Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
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