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Hoplar Imperial IPA - Hardywood Park Craft Brewery

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Hoplar Imperial IPAHoplar Imperial IPA

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BA SCORE
89
very good

303 Ratings
THE BROS
99
world-class

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Ratings: 303
Reviews: 44
rAvg: 4
pDev: 11%
Wants: 31
Gots: 47 | FT: 1
Brewed by:
Hardywood Park Craft Brewery visit their website
Virginia, United States

Style | ABV
American Double / Imperial IPA |  8.50% ABV

Availability: Spring

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: siege06nd on 04-22-2012

Hardywood Hoplar follows the wood-aging tradition of the earliest India Pale Ales, which were matured on oak. Rather than oak, we’ve selected the delicate wood of a fallen Virginia Tulip Poplar, which was TreeCycled by CitiWood and toasted for use in this hearty IPA. While this Poplar can no longer rustle in the wind or give shade, it is able to offer balance to the bright citrus and pine character from heaps of Cascade, Columbus and Summit hops with subtle notes of caramelized vanilla. And the tree was hoppy.

In the mid-1800s, when the early IPAs were being shipped in wooden barrels from the breweries of Burton-on-Trent to thirsty British colonists in India, our Tulip Poplar was a mere sapling on the outskirts of Richmond, Virginia. On September 18, 2003, this towering Poplar prevailed to the fierce Hurricane Isabel and fell on Bell Creek Road. Richmond-based CitiWood Urban Forest Products helped us transform the wood from this fallen Poplar into custom designed flavor- and aroma-enhancing infusion sticks. Post fermentation, Hoplar is dry-hopped with a generous helping of whole-flower Cascade hops and conditioned on the toasted Poplar.

Hardywood Hoplar is mahogany in color with a hearty, tan head and offers an aroma of grapefruit brûlée and pine needles, as well as delicate vanilla toffee and a hint of campfire. Medium- to full-bodied with assertive (100 IBUs) yet delightful hop bitterness, Hoplar is balanced with ample caramel malt backbone. A bit of earthy tannin from the Poplar harmonizes with the resinous hoppy character, which dissipates into a lingering finish.

100 IBU
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Ratings: 303 | Reviews: 44
Reviews by SportsandJorts:
Photo of SportsandJorts
4.62/5  rDev +15.5%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.75

Appearance: deep burnt orange but with a strong bright clarity to it. Two to three fingers of a tannish head that fades slowly and leaves a lacing on the entire side of the glass. Moderate clarity.

Smell: very strong smell. A hoppy mix of citrus, tropical fruits, pine and some resin. Silky sweet character as well. Small notes of vanilla to toffee with some boozy oak qualities.

Taste: opens with lots of hops. Hints of citrus, mango, papaya, strong pine, and hops resin. Pine taste comes off as a mixture of bitter and sweet pine sap. Background is full of spice, some burnt character, earth, vanilla, wood. Moderate to strong alcohol that plays very well with the beer.

Mouthfeel: wonderfully silky and smooth. Leaves some bitterness and alcohol warmth behind.

Overall: a great and unique iipa. Great variety in the character, from all aspects hops malts and barrel.

More User Reviews:
Photo of Jason
4.47/5  rDev +11.8%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.5

750ml brown corked and caged bottle, vintage date on the label.

The head retention alone won me over ... to start. Seriously, an amazing head and perhaps the best looking one this year! Hazed copper hue is inviting. Aromas of wood, spice, fresh pine sap, melon rind, mango, papaya, parsley, yeast, yellow cake. Deep smoothness, semi-creamy medium body. Big hoppiness, very bitter, heavy wood, earthy, spice, vanilla, peppery, resin, slightly pungent, hint of caramel, dried grass, yeast, tropical fruit, warming alcohol, long bitter and woody finish.

Someone pinch me ... mind-blowing.

Photo of RocPorterFanatic
4.82/5  rDev +20.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A - Pours a opaque reddish copper with a solid 2 fingers of off white creamy head.

S - Very pungent citrusy, floral nose. This stuff could peel paint.

T - Nice malty backbone on this beer. The intense bitterness is mellowed out pleasantly and the wood aging helps to compliment the entire package.

M - A little hot yet, the alcohol is very much in the game. Agressive carbonation keeps everything in check, leaving your mouth clean sip after sip.

O - Delicious beer, near perfection. Thanks to Beejay for sharing this one with me.

Photo of Treyliff
3.68/5  rDev -8%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

750ml bottle, poured into a snifter

A- pours a murky amber color with a creamy off-white head that retains long after the pour, leaving some lace behind

S- the addition of the poplar wood is noticed right away with big woodsy aromas, it even brings our some aromas of dried chili pepper. There are some earthy hop notes, but primarily woodsy

T- woodsy flavors dominate up front that still resembles a chili pepper taste, underlying piney and earthy hops, finishes dry with more woodsy flavor

M- medium body and moderate carbonation leads to a foamy mouthfeel and a creamy finish

O- I liked the addition of the poplar wood, but it overpowered the hops, definitely unique

Photo of Beejay
4/5  rDev 0%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A: Slightly hazy in the glass, and peach to tangerine in color. The dense head is tan in color and fairly solid.

S: Citrus notes as well as a hint of grass. There is a nice malty sweetness that comes out in the form of caramel. There is a touch of pine, as well as a little bit of fruity sweetness. Perhaps in the finish there is a little cherry, or almond.

T: Huge citrus flavor; grapefruit, orange, and lemon peel. The brew is resinous with pine notes followed by a caramel malt flavor. I am picking up a little woodsy flavor, I think you have to search a little to find the poplar. The bitterness seems to linger on for a while, and with it a touch more of the wood flavor I want from this brew.

M: Medium to medium thick in body. Carbonation is appropriate for the style. The finish leaves a lingering bitterness and a little bit of a hop oil feel.

O: Overall I like it. The bitterness is solid, nice hop flavor, and some good malt balance. I wish the poplar flavor was a little more forward, but still a good brew.

Photo of smakawhat
4.58/5  rDev +14.5%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Poured from the bottle into a Spiegelau IPA glass. Suggested to pour slowly.

Woah, this sucker is big. Even on a controlled slow pour it's just a huge large head. Light tan and slightly yellow it is as big as a fist. Super thick retention this thing will not go away or quit, a big thick lip hangs over the glass but never cascades down. Body color is beautiful. Crystal clear and this gorgeous deep red amber, with nice rising carbonation that isnt too excessive. A real impressive IPA here in the looks department, big winner.

Real interesting nose, very enjoyable. Big dank earth and hits of pine cone and needles. Some real nice forest green spruce like senses, spicy, even kind of floral a bit. Love this aroma and walking through crushed earth in a forest sense. Inviting.

Real interesting palate. Very subdued bitterness that lingers, with a nice caramel sweetness. Rose petal sweetness and a very long and slowly large and growing hop herbality. Green and black tea aromatics on the finish, slowly builds to a grapefruit large freshness. Incredibly juiced and thick perfect mouthfeel, lush, full, oily but not slick coating with just enough sugared warmth, and subdued carbonation. Lots of leafed tea herbal notes, and mixed citrus, and minimal mid palate bitterness

This is real impressive beer from these guys, as if Great Return was fantastic as it is this one is a winner.

Photo of obywan59
4.71/5  rDev +17.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.75

Pours crystal clear and coppery in color with a 2 finger off white head that leaves substantial attractive lacing.

Smell of ripe grapefruit, pine, and maybe a little biscuit.

Taste of pine, light caramel, and a light woodiness. Very bitter, but sweet malt counters well.

Medium full in body. Excellent retention on the palate. Moderately slick. Moderately crisp. Warming alcohol.

A luxurious brew. The flavor matures as it warms. Full in both taste and aroma and well balanced. Decadent.

Photo of Rhettroactive
4/5  rDev 0%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

From 750mL C&C bottle to Bruges hybrid glass on 7/10/12
*From notes

A: Hazy blood orange in hue. A 2.25 finger eggshell white head lingers on a good pour. Solid retention, lacing and collar follow.

S: Unlike any IPA I can recall. It's herbaceous. It's woody. It's got a really rustic and old world vibe to it. Nothing if not unique.

T: Not too far off from the nose. Very sticky, and pine forward. The wood works it's way in there, and adds a complexity I've not found in an IPA before. It's like they brewed the beer knowing that the brewed product was the rough draft, like they brewed it with the wood fully in mind. Really tasty stuff. I'm getting some tannic acid, light toast and a firm malt backbone. As it warms, intense lemon becomes more prevalent.

M: Chewy and dense. This is easily the best mouthfeel of all the Hardywood beers I've quaffed.

O: I am always down for something different, and this, then, is right up my alley. The integration of wood and hops is really well done, as I've never encountered an IPA that sat in wood and was actually good. But I guess there's a first time for everything. Another solid offering from what's quickly becoming Virginia's finest brewery.

Photo of Thorpe429
2.44/5  rDev -39%
look: 4 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.5

Thanks to Matt for picking this bottle up. Served in a cervoise. Pours a fairly-dark caramel-copper color with a short off-white head. The nose has a fairly-pronounced bit of poplar wood with some backing citrus and pine. The hop aromas aren’t really overpowering at this point. A bit too malty as well. Flavor is again fairly malty with a fairly-strong bitterness. Heavy wood presence. It seems like the hop flavor either wasn’t really there, or has fallen off. For wood-aged IPAs, I’m never normally too much of a fan, but I’m not sure why places don’t just ferment in the barrel to extract the character and not lose volatile hop flavors and aromatics while it’s wood aging.

Photo of MCain04
4.49/5  rDev +12.3%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

Extra from a trade, wish I remembered your name fellow BA. 750ml bottle poured into Spiegelau tulip. 2013 release.

Beautiful pour, a ruby amber, mostly clear body, with a generous frothy light-beige head with great retention and great lacing.

Smells of piney hops, some citrus notes, lemon and grapefruit, grassy,strong presence of cascade hops. Not much wood in the aroma.

Taste is very unique. Juicy cascade hops make for a bright citrusy and pine needle hop flavor right off the bat, not overly bitter. The malt background balances well with some sweetness. The poplar wood is this taste I am not familiar with. Earthy would be the best word, with a little vanilla. It adds a really nice complexity to the IPA without overwhelming it.

Medium bodied, a touch overcarbonated, not the driest of finishes, smooth on the tongue, lingering poplar earthy taste.

Overall, I agree with the Bros on this one - this is a winner. The subtlety of the poplar treatment really works to accentuate and balance rather than overwhelm this IPA. Try this if you can, well worth it.

Photo of Mattyb79
4.54/5  rDev +13.5%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Served from a 750ml cork and caged bottle into a Hardywood Park tulip. This is my first review ever, but this beer made me want to write one up.

Appearance: Pours a dark amber color with a minimal 1/2 finger head. Almost looks like real maple syrup in the glass. I can smell the beer as soon as the cork pops.

Smell: I get a little piney hops first, followed by some sweet fruit smells similar to grapefruit, mango, and a touch of orange. A touch of vanilla smell comes through as well.

Taste: Wow! I have had quite a few brews from Hardywood, but this one blows me away! I get a lot of sweet citrusy fruits right off the bat, followed by some woody vanilla characters, and ending with a mix of piney hop bitterness and vanilla. This beer is amazing in the way you can pick up on so many different flavors. The only downside that kept this from being a 5 is a slight bite from the charred poplar that hits right at the finish. It doesn't really detract from the beer, just noticeable.

Mouthfeel: Perfect for the style IMHO. Just enough carbonation to tickle the tongue, but syrupy enough to coat your entire tongue with the amazing blend of flavors.

Overall: Again, I have never took the time to review a beer, but this made me want to do it. I am quite impressed with this and would buy it all day everyday if it was a bit more affordable. $9.99 for a bomber is acceptable, since it is well worth the price, but for me this will be a special occasion beer. Too bad it's not year round!

Photo of ZachKelly
2.92/5  rDev -27%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.75

Unfortunate that I did not try this beer anywhere near peak freshness. I will certainly seek it out again this year when it comes out in the Spring. I drank it in January, so almost 8 months after release. It was still tasty, the wood flavors came through strong but with a malt taste that was just too overpowering. The dulled hop notes still had a good floral aroma but it was very muted.

Photo of Crazyale
4.25/5  rDev +6.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

750ml bottle poured into a pint glass. This is an IPA that was aged in a barrel made of Virginia poplar.

A: Pours a slightly cloudy dark amber, with orange highlights on the edges of the glass. Big frothy head that sticks around a leaves a sticky web of lacing on the glass.

S: Citrusy hops hit the nose first, but the aroma is more complex, with some pine needles, wood chips, and honey.

T: I'm picking up the poplar wood taste first, which is quite forward tasting. I'm not getting the big vanilla taste you get from oak; instead I'm getting more of a woody sapiness. Then the hops escape from the wood with a nice bitter citrusy kick. Due to the poplar, it actually takes several seconds for the hops to fully develop on the tongue, making this beer something of a "creeper" tastewise. I could probably spend all night talking about this beer; it's very complex and unique, and keeps producing new flavors.

M: This is a medium bodied beer with low carbonation. Due to the creeping effect of the hops, the aftertaste lingers on the mouth forever, changing its character as the seconds go by.

Overall, this is a unique and delicious beer from Hardywood. I was leery about an IPA conditioned in wood barrels, but this sappy poplar is the perfect complement for an IPA. My only complaint is that it is difficult to drink this big a beer in the 750ml format.

Photo of avalon07
3.58/5  rDev -10.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A: Poured from a bottle to a tulip glass. Had a copper color and a clear texture. There was a big, two inch, foamy, long-lasting head. Very good lacing.

S: A very underplayed aroma of hops, citrus, and malt.

T: Tasted of hops, a little citrus, some malt, grass (not that pleasant), and the advertised poplar. Not quite as powerful or complex as it could have been. Decent, but not a spectacular flavor.

M: A well-carbonated beer with a sharp finish. Medium-bodied.

O: Definitely an uneven beer, Hoplar does have some good attributes. Could have been better than it was.

Photo of Seanniek91
3.94/5  rDev -1.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Served from a 750ml C&C bottle into a Woodcock Brothers Imperial Pint. 2013 release, but no date.

Appearance- Huge 4 finger head (and I didn't pour wildly). Clear copper with tons of bubbles.

Smell-Boozy malts up front, light wood, light hops. Smells very malty, hopefully it's not.

Taste- Initially when I first took a sip, I thought it was a booze bomb, but the second sip was fine. Big hop bitterness, medium caramel malt sweetness, I don't get any wood though- at all. I wan't less malts and more wood.

Mouthfeel- Medium body, relatively viscous, not as carbonated as it looks.

Overall- I think the Poplar is akin to the "Beechwood Aging" that Bud does, whereas it may exist, but you certainly can't taste it. Solid enough IIPA though.

Photo of brentk56
4.53/5  rDev +13.3%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Appearance: A magnificent pour, with a massive head forming over the hazy copper liquid; impressive retention; in fact the retention is so grand that you know that lacing will be terrific when it comes to that

Smell: The poplar wood (how Virginian that is) makes a statement and combines with toffee malt and vanilla tones; the entire aroma is buttressed by tropical fruit aromatics, which hints at citrus, mango and pineapple

Taste: A touch malty, up front, with toffee and vanilla tones but by mid-palate, the citrus and tropical fruit flavors take over assertively; after the swallow, the poplar comes through and lingers through the aftertaste, where all of the flavor elements can still be detected; there is a very nice floral aspect, too, that I didn't notice at first

Mouthfeel: Medium to full body with moderate to high carbonation

Overall: Although I typically prefer my hoppy beers to be just that, I don't mind the malt presence in this one; another outstanding beer from Hardywood

Photo of UCLABrewN84
3.52/5  rDev -12%
look: 3.25 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3.5

Bottle pour for New Brew Thursday's 3rd Anniversary event held at Beachwood BBQ & Brewing in Long Beach, CA.

Pours a murky orange-brown with a foamy khaki head that settles to wisps of film on top of the beer. Small dots of lace form around the glass on the drink down. Smell is of malt, citrus fruit, citrus zest, and brown sugar. Taste is much the same with a tangy flavor on the finish. There is a mild amount of hop bitterness on the palate with each sip. This beer has a lower level of carbonation with a slightly crisp mouthfeel. Overall, this is a pretty good beer but I am not sure where the tangy flavor is coming from.

Photo of TechTriumph
4.38/5  rDev +9.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

From notes on 04/04/12:
Growler from the brewery; Poured in a Sam Adams Perfect Pint glass.

A - A bit more than a half inch of off-white frothy head that sticks around for a minute or two; Deep, dark caramel/copper in color with a very cloudy appearance; Awesome webs/veils of sticky lacing left behind

S - Not quite the potent aroma as you'd expect from a DIPA, but what's there is very pleasant with notes of spicy pine, grapefruit and orange citrus, cracked black pepper, and toasty, biscuity, and caramel character; Nice presence of poplar/wood notes with very subtle vanilla

T - Very flavorful and robust here; Nice combination of sharp spicy pine, grapefruit citrus, vanilla, toasty malts, black pepper, earthy poplar wood, and subtle sweet caramel that immediately come forward; Good shot of bitterness lasts from start to finish, though it does weaken towards the end; Finish is fairly peppery with hints of pine and poplar that linger for awhile - pleasant and delicious

M - Below moderate, but fairly prickly carbonation; A bit above medium bodied; Very smooth going down with a bit of alcohol warmth; Nice, sticky, dry finish that leaves a thin oily coating within the mouth

O - It seems like Hardywood just can't miss with their creations. I like this DIPA quite a bit, but after giving it some time to warm, it becomes even better and showcases some pretty harmonious flavors. The combination of flavors is unique for sure, but the end result displays great earthy/wood character and is one of the better DIPA's I've had the opportunity to try. This has gotten me even more excited to see what future IPA's Hardywood has in store.

Photo of RVAIPA
4.58/5  rDev +14.5%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Serving Type: Enjoyed from a goblet at Mekong in Richmond, Virginia

Appearance: Cloudy amber would be the best way to describe it. The head started off at about half and inch but quickly fell. Beautiful lacing throughout the experience.

Smell: The poplar pops out at you like you were walking through a poplar forest. The hops are noticeable as well.

Taste: I know I am biased being a Richmonder but this would have to be one of the best IPA's I have ever had. The poplar comes to you at first and leads right to the hops. You dont get that bitter copper flavor you get with many other IPA's that lingers too long.

Mouthfeel: Like I said earlier, my favorite characteristic about this beer is that it doesnt leave a copper-like after taste in your mouth. The smoothness created by the poplar/hop combo is fantastic

Overall: If you are in the Richmond area, you have got to try this unique IPA. It is truly a religious experience. Hardywood keep it up.

Photo of DmanGTR
4.92/5  rDev +23%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Thanks to BJ for this awesome bottle. Shared with Jacqui last night after a nice dinner. Review from notes.

Poured a beautiful dark maple/copper with honey blonde highlights in the kitchen light. A well retained white head kept lacing the glass as the liquid disappeared. Huge hop notes of citrus, pine resins, and tropical fruit, especially pineapple. It almost reminded me of Hop Stoopid. Nice bold caramel and grainy crystal malt body to hold up the intense hop bomb. A bittersweet forefront that carried juicy pineapple and citrusy hops throughout each sip. A very earthy and piny finish. Nicely carbonated, but needed a little swirling to decrease the carbonation. If I could drink this beer as my staple IPA, I would.

Photo of curasowa
3.46/5  rDev -13.5%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

Appearance: Hazy, dark copper color with a huge head that fades slowly with a thick curtain of lace.

Aroma: Candied fruit, brown sugar, lots of toffee, some earthy hops and woody.

Taste: Caramel, thick, syrupy-sweet up front, then some building earthy hop bitterness. Real dank and chewy. The bitterness intensifies through the lingering finish along with residual sweetness and is a bit hot and medicinal.

The Rest: Love the aroma, less so the beer itself. A really interesting aroma descends into a overly sweet, syrupy, somewhat unbalanced beer. For me, it sat too heavy without enough carbonation or hop character. It's definitely bitter, just not very nuanced.

Photo of clayrock81
3.85/5  rDev -3.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

Poured a auburn tinted brown with two finger head and lace patches. Hoppy aroma, to say the least, as I get citric and some grape and a little bit of malt. Beer is good, hop strong of citric and grape, but like the aroma the balance is a little off and I get mostly hops and just a little bit of chewiness for the malts and no real sweetness. Not a major complaint but the hops start to wear down my palate and the finish is crisp but a little warming for some reason. A good but not great DIPA.

Photo of drabmuh
3.7/5  rDev -7.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Eh, wood aged IPAs hardly ever turn out to be good. This one is OK though. Beer is amber with a mild haze, a white / off white head of small bubbles, low retention, no lacing, moderate carbonation.

Aroma is piny with some oak.

Beer is medium in body has an odd bitterness on the backend, an interesting beer all around but the hops are subdued, some pine in there some resin but nothing else. It is OK but I doubt I'll have it again.

Photo of Chaney
3.91/5  rDev -2.3%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

Oh cool, another Hardywood entry. Rock on!

Served in a Game of Thrones glass.

A: Holy crap this sucker unfiltery to the unfiltered power. Pretty much dark orange with tons of yeasties. Only a slight beige head.

S: A whole lotta nothin going on overall, but that's maybe because I just finished a juicy "Flower Power" right before this. Poplar wood huh? I kinda dig it.

T: Not particularly piney or bitter, but it has a very distinct, original flavor profile: Sorta white peppery, non-candyesque, and pretty earthy. Nice.

M: Lotsa lacing left on the snifter, no over-the-top sweetness, and certainly no lingering bitterness.

O: Pretty good.

Photo of Axnjxn
3.98/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

750ml bottle into a Haw River teku glass. Spring 2013 release so not the freshest.

Pours a dark copper color with a half inch thick white head with terrific lacing. Mild amount of hoppiness on the nose..as well as some piney goodness. The taste has a ton of wood flavor..wow. Really piney and woody, this beer is the definition of what a piney IPA is. Hops have faded a tad in 8 months and i can imagine this would be much more hop forward fresh...though it is still quite hoppy and now the wood characteristics are more pronounced. Cant say its my favorite flavor for an IPA but its what the brewery was going for and i think they nailed it. Medium bodied with mild carbonation.

Overall Hardywood nailed this woody IPA. If thats what youre looking for..look no further.

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Hoplar Imperial IPA from Hardywood Park Craft Brewery
89 out of 100 based on 303 ratings.