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New Holland Night Tripper - New Holland Brewing Company

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Ratings: 765
Reviews: 337
rAvg: 4.07
pDev: 10.32%
Wants: 78
Gots: 117 | FT: 4
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New Holland Brewing Company visit their website
Michigan, United States

Style | ABV
American Double / Imperial Stout |  10.80% ABV

Availability: Spring

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Beer added by: mcallister on 01-22-2008

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Photo of roadhouse
4.13/5  rDev +1.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

22 oz. bomber into a snifter

Pours nearly black in color, the only way to see otherwise is by holding it to a light. Then you can see that it's actually a clear very very deep ruby shade. A one inch tan head forms on top but falls down to a skim rather quickly.

Aroma is of dark chocolate and coffee grounds mostly. A hint of some dark fruit but it's pretty mild. A slight vinous note as well. Nothing really that impressive.

Taste is full of chocolate and coffee from the start. A slight sweetness in there too. It's really not that complex of an Imperial Stout but the blending of these two flavors is really well done. There's a slight cherry tinge in there towards the middle but it doesn't really make itself too known. Finish is slightly drying from roasted barley, but there is still a lingering sweetness.

Mouthfeel is medium-full, very creamy and soft on the palate. Quite a drinkable Imperial.

I wasn't expecting something as good as one of the top rated IS with this and I didn't get that. This however is a very solid IS that is pretty damn drinkable. Worth a try.

Photo of BEERchitect
4.42/5  rDev +8.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

I completely underestimate this beer becasue of the lack of talk about it. Yea, I really should not have done that.

The beer begins with a viscous and weighted pour that makes me think creamy, silky, and chocolatey thoughts. The Stout is as dark as they come with total opaque-ness. A thin head bellows and then fades to a trace before complete disappearance midway through the session.

Intense aromas of dark chocolates dominate the nose. A strong follow-up of bold coffee and toffee coated malts soon follow. Mild fruity esters weave into the alcohols well. Still there's a milky note to the beer that rounds out the roasted grains.

The chocolate dominance of the beer continues through the flavor with balanced bittersweet notes and brownie batter. French Roast coffee makes and impact and adds even more roasted grain character while offering a pleasant bitterness to accompany the light hop flavors. Toffee, nutty, and caramelized malts add sweetness to go along with a true cream taste. Cherries and berries give a light yeasty complexity in the tail and rides along with the sweet ethynol flavors.

Body is very full and weighted especially after the disipation of carbonation, which fades too quickly. Lightly oily, chewy, and viscous, the beer weighs heavily on the tongue. Still the creamy body suits the chocolatey flavors well. Light bitterness seems to be coffee deriven instead of hops.

The beer finishes with an alcoholic, boozy warmth to accompany the heavy chocolate and coffee notes. No real astringency, ashy, or charcoal textures makes this beer very well made. I would have prefered that New Holland backed off of the alcohol a bit as not to detract from the mouthfeel. Regardless, this is a very nice Stout.

Photo of Haybeerman
4.34/5  rDev +6.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

A: Black color, completely opaque. Poured a half finger creamy chocolate head that dissipated to a few groups of bubbles. Thin rings of lace washed sown the glass in fingers.

S: Bitter chocolate, espresso and a sweet fudge, vanilla and even roasted nuts assault the senses. Alcohol tickle is present is well. Pretty sure I could just breathe this beer.

T: Big chocolate, cacoa and nutty fudge. Bitter coffee and espresso follow with toasted malt in the foundation. Slightly sweet ahead of sharp bitter and warming alcohol finish.

M: Creamy and smooth - yet not a necessarily full body. Low carbonation makes in silky on the palette. Disguised the abv fairly well (given its 10.8), but it builds as the beer warms.

D: I really enjoyed the complexity and variatey of smells and tastes. Its really drikable for a beer of this abv.

Photo of tr4nc3d
3.92/5  rDev -3.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Pours a dark black color with a once finger mocha colored head. Head resides not quickly but neither slowly leaving the edges of the beer with some slight tiny bubbles.

Smells of roasted malts, vanilla, oak, slight bourbon smell, dark leather, smoked wood chips, sweet caramel, coffee beans, dark berries.

Warm bitter dark coffee like taste with a mixture of sweet caramel like malts. Slight smoky flavor comes through and leads to a small hop presence in the back, this follows with a slight alcohol bourbon type burn.

Full bodied with slight carbonation. Chewy like a milkshake with that slight alcohol burn in the back.

There is no way I can have another one of these. Its good but the abv and chewy like feel does not make having another one of these appealing.

Photo of asabreed
4/5  rDev -1.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bomber into some tasting glasses with friends.

Appearance: Typical opaque deep black with a mocha-colored head. Nice.

Smell: Big roasted chocolate, mild coffee, and dark berries. The big three seem to be there. As it warms some charcoal and interesting tar aromas seem to come out a bit.

Taste: Again from the aroma, roasted chocolate malt, mild coffee, and dark berries like raspberries come through. Finish is all roasted and coffee flavors and fairly long.

Mouthfeel: Big and chewy with good carbonation. Doesn't remain too thick or cloying.

Drinkability: Overall this is solid stuff, but it reminds me too much of many other in the style, and I don't know if I'd be able to tell the difference in a taste test with many others. That said, if you're a fan of the style than it's worth a shot.

Photo of beachbum1975
3.73/5  rDev -8.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Latest release. Thanks to DrewOSU for sharing this. Consumed 3/11/2009.

Pours like a typical RIS... Very dark brown with a light tan, creamy head that left trace, larger bubbles staggered about. Average lacing, seen as well.

Smells of dark, roasted malts, coffee and light chocolate. Rather mild nose overall.

The flavor is much bigger then the nose led on. Big roasted malts, heavily roasted coffee, light smoke and chocolate carry over. Midway through the drink it opens and gets big and full flavored.

The body of this beer is big and thick. Medium flavored in the beginning and gets fuller throughout the drink.

Nice flavor profile overall, but I wish it had more smoke characteristics.

Photo of becktone
3.42/5  rDev -16%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

From notes 2-22-09

Done horizontally with Dogfish Head World Wide Stout, Southern Tier Choklat, Redhook Double Black, Mikkeller Beer Geek Breakfast, Avery Mephistopheles, and New Holland Night Tripper.

Eye: As with the Choklat this one has a poor appearance, just a collar of what should be a head around the edge of the glass. Could be that these two specific glasses have some soap or some other residue in them. As with the others it is black and no highlights, no light gets through.

Nose: Alcohol is evident here, of the other five, this one's alcohol character smells the hottest. It also has a nice chocolate aroma in there. Some light roasted tones though, however, they are pretty well hidden behind the chocolate. Something more potent and a bit more complex would be nice.

Tongue: Nice chocolate flavor in this beer too, its different from the Avery and the Southern Tier, but there all the same, its not quite as rich as the Choklat and the Mephistopheles. Light fruitiness, not dark fruit as in the Mephistopheles or Belgian Strong Darks, but more of a general fruitiness. Some alcohol is detectable, yet it doesn't blend that well with the beer, sticks out. There's something in here I can't quite put a finger on...maybe its some hop characteristics....hard to tell in a style this robust. Roasted notes as well.

edit: of the six beers here the most difficult to drink were the World Wide Stout, Avery Mephistopheles, and New Holland Night Tripper. After coming back to the beers once done with the tasting, these three had alcohol in the foreground, the most prevalant....making them sippers.

Feel and Drinkability: Thick and full bodied. Carbonation is a bit high, seems a bit too prickley to me, it interrupts the otherwise velvet like body of this beer. This is a good beer, but If I'm to spend about eight dollars I think I'll go with one of the others.

Photo of DefenCorps
4.42/5  rDev +8.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

22oz bottle from the early 2008 release.

A: Black, dark brown head, good retention and lacing

S: Wonderful with rich chocolate, raisin-like oxidation, dark fruit
charcter and some roastiness Mellow.

T: On the palate, similar, opening with a rich chocolate character
coupled with gorgeous oxidation - plums, raisins and sherry, with more fruitiness with a roasty, bitter finish, reminiscent of coffee
grounds. Mainly roasted malt driven bitterness.

M: Soft, smooth carbonation, big and viscous body, excellent finish. There's very little more that I want from a big RIS

D: I drank my bottle in an hour and was craving more

Notes: I didn't really expect much from this beer because NH haven't really impressed me with much of what they've done but hot damn, this was impressive!

Photo of feloniousmonk
4.25/5  rDev +4.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Solid stygian, with ruby-brown highlights and edges, lush and lovely cocoa-tan head, leaving lace.

Rich, cocoa, espresso nose, soft, sweet, and creamy. Chocolate layer cake, a with coffee swirl.

In the mouth, it's solid and sure. Full-bodied, flush with aforementioned flavors, starting sweet with the lush, chocolatey malt, turning dry as it exits the palate.

Yummy. Not too big, not too lean, not too crazy...juuust right.

Photo of BarrelO
4.17/5  rDev +2.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

EDIT 6/15/09: After a second tasting, it's clear that my initial hyperbolic praise was unwarranted. Scores have been adjusted accordingly. However, it's still a very solid RIS, especially if you like chocolate.

22oz bomber poured into a goblet.

A: Pours rather thin. Not quite as dark as I would expect. The head is rather anemic, but it does leave a good amount of lacing.

S: About 80% dark chocolate and 20% roasted malts.

T: Major dark chocolate dominance. Almost on the level of Southern Tier Choklat or Rogue Chocolate Stout. I find it hard to believe that there's no actual chocolate in this beer. A generous dose of hoppy bitterness balances out the chocolaty sweetness. Nice bittersweet roasty aftertaste.

M: Thick and creamy like a chocolate milkshake.

D: This is 10.8%? I can't taste it, but I can certainly feel it. I've seen a few New Holland beers, but I haven't tried any before. If they're all as good as this, I might have a new favorite brewery. Seriously, this just might be the quintessential RIS. Run, don't walk, to the nearest liquor store and pick up as much of this as you can. Sell your children into slavery if you have to.

Photo of Wheelinb
3.35/5  rDev -17.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

As soon as this was set in front of me, I got really strong chocolate smell along with coffee as I brought it to my nose. It has a deep black color that combined with the smell made feel like I was getting ready to drink dessert. It has a very creamy feel and a bold taste. While this is not my favorite style, I enjoyed all the flavors that were going on.

Photo of Monkeyknife
4.35/5  rDev +6.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Had this one on-tap. Arrived a nice deep black with a moderate tan head.

Aroma of roasted malts, dark chocolate, black coffee, and a hint of vanilla.

A nice combination of sweet and roasted malts, dark chocolate, cocoa, black coffee, plums, and some bitter hoppiness. The alcohol is well hidden.

Full bodied, rich and creamy, with a lighter carbonation.

A top-notch imperial stout from the folks at New Holland. I have a few bottles in the cellar - I hope they taste as good as it does on draft.

Photo of msubulldog25
4.3/5  rDev +5.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

22 oz. bottle with the simple, slightly maniacal jester face (silk-screened as shown above). Pulled from the fruit cellar, where it's probably 45-50F, and poured to a pint glass. Thanks to a kind trader from Ohio (Steve/Chris: I have 50/50 odds on who sent this, but failed to record who it was). As marked on the cap, this is from '08.

A: Glugs from the bottle very dark, let's call it 'black'. Head is a layering of creamy-thick cinnamon: 1/2-finger dense foam, 1/2-finger spongy suds. Fair amount of lace in drooping creamy rings.

S: A husky dark malt, surprisingly sweet (oatmeal, fudge) and with a wisp of smoke. A little vanilla and a very slight alcohol fumes.

T: Wow, a knockout chocolate flavor - fudge, dark cacao, light dusting of spice. reminds of a hot cocoa I had a while ago: melted chocolate 70%+ with a dash of pepper on top. Light coffee bean roast, roasted grain through and through, light molasses/maple syrup sweetness. Sweeter (vanilla) and slightly woody as it warms.

M: Feel is silky smooth, creamy and relatively 'light'-feeling for such a big stout, but retains a chewy graininess in the lingering finish. Alcohol heft is hardly notable, but grows some as it sits and rests.

D: Really enjoyed the flavor on this: big cocoa/chocolate. Really far too drinkable for a huge stout that toys with being 11%. Would love to have another - honestly, right now. A terrific introduction to New Holland's beers. Yes, I endorse this beer.

Photo of Buebie
3.75/5  rDev -7.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Poured from a 22oz brown bomber into my Surly tulip. A black beer with no light penetration. Big fluffy 2 finger brown head forms and lasts several minutes. Receeding to quite the fluffy topping of retention. A generous webbing of sticky thick lace is left behind.

Aroma of powdered cocoa, and more delicious chocolate, with a touch of sweatness in there. A nice touch from the grains, not husky, just right. This smells really nice with balance from both the grains and malt and nice aromas of chocolate. Zero alcahol at the knose, for an almost 11% abv beer, thats pretty awsome.

Man o man, the taste is almost a twin to the aromas. Up front alot of great grain flavors, chocolate and crystal malts. A touch of sweetness, just a little bit of creamyness alongside some carbonation zing. Not much creamyness at the mouthfeel. Its got some thickness and is not at all watered down, but not thick or creamy either.
The grains continue into the swallow, as does a momentous surge of chocolate. Lingering after the swallow things bitter up and the bakers chocolate like flavors come out. Any sweetness and anything kind kinda sours up and bitters the rest of the tasteing process. Some grassy hop flavors come in at the linger but its mostly bitter bitter chocolate.

Definatly a great double stout, not liking the aftertaste after the swallow. The alcahol flavors stay at bay and I never would have guesed this was 10.8%. Nice use of grains here, not husky, just right. Enjoyable brew, cant say I'd seek it out, but glad I tried it.

Photo of CoalCellar
3.99/5  rDev -2%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Poured from a 1 year old 22oz bomber into my sifter...

A: Black as night with a moderate light tan head.

S: Alcohol, grains, chocolate

T: Not bad, some sweetness, alcohol in the back, chocolate, roasted grains....this has aged well

M: Thick....viscous....motor oil....

D: A pretty smooth RIS, could have a few of these....

Photo of TheMistler
4.12/5  rDev +1.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Hadn't realized that this was released for Fat Tuesday 'till I brought the bottle home and read it. I'm wearing my beads from Mardi Gras, but I'm glad to have nearby.

Pours fairly thick, jet black, with a tan head - a couple of fingers' worth of medium sized, millet-y bubbles, with some larger ones scattered on top. Some of the bubbles bead and skate around the top before popping, an effect I've always quite enjoyed. Creamy cap left behind after a pretty solid retention time.

A very nice. Sweet, but not syrupy or heavy. Cream (with hints of vanilla), dark chocolate. Some hops, and - surprisingly - lighter, even citrus, fruits. Alcohol is not that detectable except for slight pique of the nose.

A very, very roasted flavor, accentuated by the alcohol. Chocolate, mostly of the dark variety, cocoa nibs. Some espresso, but the coffee notes are more relegated to the background than in many other stouts. There's a hint of dark fruits, that have been roasted to within an inch of their lives. Leafy, coarse hops, with the finish being a bit bitter and dry. A simpler palate than some - except for the hops at the end - but this is not to its detriment. It hits all the stout notes, hits them uniquely, and hits them well.

Creamy. It feels - though it does not taste - like I just bit into an especially creamy bar of milk chocolate. Nonetheless, there is ample carbonation, keeping things moving along nicely.

I quite enjoyed this brew.

Photo of DrewOSU
3.37/5  rDev -17.2%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Purchased at Root Cellar in Cincinnati

A: Pours a sooty black, with a 1/8 inch tan, tight bubbled, grayish head.

S: Roasted and sweet malts hit the nose first with a coffee and chocolate under tone.

M/T: Medium to thick, syrupy body. Pours thinner than it actually tastes. Roasted, thick malt hit on the tongue, followed by a hot alcohol base and a chocolaty finish. Finishes chunky and sweet. The taste lingers with the alcohol sting on the tongue. The beer seems a little hot and could use a little time to mellow. Alcohol and malts seem a little pungent in the mouth on the aftertaste.

D: Too syrupy for me. A decent beer, but there are a lot better out there, however a pretty cheap beer. Id like to get another and age it for a while. Seems pretty young.

Photo of NittanyBeerFan
4.03/5  rDev -1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured into a tulip glass, produces a centimeter of head that lingers forever. Not so much lacing, but more a full wall of foam that sticks to the side of the glass. Head is dark, thick, and creamy. The texture looks PERFECT.

Licorice aromas combined with roasted malts and chocolate tickle the nose and tastebuds, leaving you helplessly yearning for a sip. Some dark fruits linger in the background.

Licorice, dark chocolate, and caramel malts fill and fully occupy the palate. Extremely well balanced. Dark fruits come through in the flavor towards the finish as they fight through the rest of this beer's character. Finishes with the familiar, soothing, and comforting taste of warming alcohol.

Slightly higher carbonation than expected, but the texture is right on. High abv makes it hard to put too many of these down. The incredible complexity makes it hard not to drink more though. Alcohol is the dominant factor in the drinkability though.

Photo of clayrock81
4.05/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Poured a blackish body with two-finger tan head that died slowly and left lace spots. The smell is a mix of strong, floral/soapy hops and a thick sweet malt base - caramel aplenty - and roasted malts. Also picked up some heavier fruits (I want to say orange or grape). Medium-bodied and the hops are aplenty for a stout. Dried my tongue a little but overall passes by smooth with a strong, dry backbite. The hops are met with strong sweet (caramel, toffee, chocolate) and roasted malt (maybe even toasted) sensations and a little fruitiness, so it is a great tasting beer. ABV peeks through a little, but nothing to ruin the experience. A very enjoyable stout to sip on.

Photo of jsp2
4.46/5  rDev +9.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Pours a deep, dark black with a thin coffee creme colored head.

Smells of vanilla, hops, and malts. Maybe some raisins in there.

Taste is absolutely incredible. First, an intense sweetness, folllowed by vanilla and intense bitterness. Packed full of roasted malt and extreme bitter hop flavors. Dry aftertaste. The degree of flavor in this one is very intense. Very oily and thick feel which is what I care for with this style, but less so than some extremely ridiculous examples of this style. Drinkability is perfect because one would leave nothing on the table sipping this brew for an hour or two.

This is an absolutely great imperial stout, well crafted on every level and packed full of flavor. I bought this beer because I tasted a sample at a store and knew it was special. Up there with the best, in my opinion.

Photo of david131
4.18/5  rDev +2.7%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A year old bottle.

A- Absolutely pitch black with no light getting through on the edges and a very thick looking body when I swirl it around the glass. The creamy brown head takes quite some time to fully settle its way to the surface where it has some pretty good retention.

S- Very roasty and sweet smelling with some cinnamon and other spices. Some alcohol, dark fruit, anise, and raisins. A little bit of cocoa and coffee in there as well. The hoppiness is faded a bit, but it is still noticeable.

T- All that aromas come out in the flavor, but the alcohol is a bit hot. It is very appealing though.

M- Very smooth with barely noticeable carbonation. A little oily, but also a little hot.

D- A little hot, but it has definitely smoothed out in the past year. This still has some way to go, but it is still really nice and all the flavors are hitting on the right cylinders.

Photo of CHSLBrew
3.81/5  rDev -6.4%
look: 3 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Bomber poured into a snifter. Enjoyed on Fat Tuesday.

A-Minimal bubbles rose off a vigorous pour, very little of which lingered. What was left was light brown. Beer was a shiny black, opaque.

S-Roasted barley and chocolate take control, allowing some alcohol to mingle with hints of raisins and dried fruits. Strong estery presence.

T-Boom, quite a bit of chocolate and a heavy but smooth roasted character. Alcohol is prominent but surprisingly smooth. Coffee comes out a bit later, along with some fruity esters. Hop bitterness seems to be present, mixed in with roasty blackness. Deep and fun flavors, finishes coffee with roasty-infused alcohol.

M-Low carbonation. Fullish body, oily and slick. Quite a bit of warmth down deep, as well as a very evident alcohol prickle on my tongue.

D-Perfect for this warm Mardi Gras 2009. Tasty and complex certainly, though not the greatest stout out there. I'd dabble again, but won't be searching.

Photo of John_M
4.12/5  rDev +1.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

On tap at UJ's on the Manatawny last weekend.

The beer pours a dark black brown color with good head retention and lacing. On the nose, this is where this beer really shines IMHO. I get an enjoyable/interesting combination of molasses, licorise (quite a bit) and cherry vanilla, with just a touch of chocolate and coffee. The flavors on the palate replicate the nose, showing this beer to be moderately sweet, but with a dry finish. This is a nicely flavored stout and is rather rich tasting. Mouthfeel is medium bodied with a good smooth, long finish. Alcohol is noticeable, but not obtrusive.

This is a pretty nice stout, one that is easy to appreciate and enjoy. Still, wouldn't want to go drinking a whole lot of this stuff.

Photo of kbeals
4.37/5  rDev +7.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Black and opaque with a nearly non-existent ring of brown creamy head. Very little lacing. Smells of rich chocolate, coffee and malts. Smell reminds me of Hershey's Syrup. Taste is of chocolate and malts, a bit of coffee in the background. Finishes off very sweet. This beer was velvety smooth and a bit creamy. There was little to no carbonation. It went down easy, perhaps a little too easy. I would definitely drink this again, and probably will in the near future.

Photo of brewandbbq
4.2/5  rDev +3.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

22oz bottle at 52 degrees, vintage 2008.

Pours opaque black with a half inch head of tan. Retention is short lived and a few whisps are left on the surface after only a couple of minutes.

Aromatics lead off with chocolate fudge, charred malt, and milk duds. Heavy on the cocoa and dark chocolate. Plenty of roasted malt follows through.

Full bodied and chewy. Highly viscous and oily. Thicker and more substantial than most RIS's.

A massive chocolate profile starts the palate. Malted milk, fudge chunks, Hershey's syrup and chocolate liquer follow through.
Heavily roasted malts and char bits steeped in black forest batter.

Finishes with a creeping warmth, thick chocolate, espresso, and Kahlua. Some faint ashiness barely detracts.

Yum. This is the real deal. Put this one in a bourbon barrel and I'd be in heaven.

New Holland Night Tripper from New Holland Brewing Company
91 out of 100 based on 765 ratings.