Apocalypse Cow | 3 Floyds Brewing Co.

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Apocalypse CowApocalypse Cow

Brewed by:
3 Floyds Brewing Co.
Indiana, United States

Style: American Double / Imperial IPA

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 11.00%

Availability: Summer

Notes / Commercial Description:
9.5-11.0% ABV, 100 IBUs - This complex double India pale ale has an intense citrus and floral hop aroma balanced by a velvety malt body which has been augmented with lactose milk sugar. With this different take on an IPA we have brewed an ale that is both pleasing to drink and, once again, “not normal.” Cheers! June release.

Added by mdm46410 on 11-23-2008

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Photo of BEERchitect
4.32/5  rDev +3.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

I don't know what 'Apocalypse Cow' means, but I know what one tastes like. Turns out quite bitter... with with the wholesome goodness of hoppy citrus and tropical fruits.

Juicy aromas of tropical appricots, pinapple, and mangos are mixed with sharp grapefruit and tangerines. A soft, very soft, caramel scent rides just underneath the showcase of hop aromas.

Deep orange and with a murky haze, the beer is much more opaque than expected even for a big IPA. Light carbonation fuels a stubborn, froathy, but low lying head of ivory foam. A veyr sturdy and masculine look.

Flavors return once again to the massive hop profile. Grapefruit, oranges, mangos, pineapples, and appricots all swirl together in a zesty and mouthwatering taste. Complex and powerful with a bold bitterness that works hard not to interfere with the hop flavor. Light caramels, light breads/dough, and a yeasty quality may be a result of the added lactose- not as sweet as expected but with a non-descript malty flavor that avoids syrup or cloying taste.

Very creamy and full early on but when the combined dryness of the hops and alcohol rise at mid palate, the beer turns more crisp, clean, and refreshing despite the gravities and sugars involved.

It turns out that the lactose adds more body and simplistic malt character in place of extra caramel flavors and sweetness, making the beer creamier and cleaner- I didn't really see that comming. Still, the beer cleans up well going into the finish for that refreshing finish of citrus and tropical fruits.

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Photo of oregonskibum
4.47/5  rDev +6.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured from a 22oz bottle into a tulip glass.

A: Color is a hazy tangerine orange. Pours with a nice 1 1/2 inch slightly off white head that slowly dissipates to a thin film on top of the glass.

S: Lots of citrus hops hit the senses first, with some piney and tropical notes as well. Smell is amazing. Just a touch of sweetness noticed.

T: Following the excellent aromas, the taste does not dissapoint. Big hops continue with a solid citrus and green, piney hop flavors dominating the flavor. Very minimal malt backbone just enough to provide some body is hardly noticable. Finish is slighly bitter with some floral notes. Almost no warmth from the alcohol.

M: Medium to medium-heavy body that coats the mouth just every so slightly. Carbonation is medium with a nice dry finish.

D: I had this once before, but it was old and a little disappointing. This bottle was fresh (thanks Justin and Matt for a spare). Fresh, this beer is incredible. Super easy to drink, not overly bitter, but with a solid hop presence. I really enjoyed this beer and will seek this out again when released the next time.

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Photo of generalnotsew
4.52/5  rDev +8.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Very milky medium coloring with a fat creamy head. Smell is very potent. Tangy, grassy, grapefruit with a touch of sweetness. The odor is very pleasant. Wowzer! That is the thickest and creamiest mouthfeel I have ever had. Taste is kind of a piney very citrusy and great bitter hoppiness. Much more hoppy bitter than a lot of people are saying. This isn't anywhere near a malt bomb DIPA like Great Lakes Monster was. Hop heads won't be let down. The lactose is slightly present in the nose and on the tongue. But it isn't off putting or overpowering. The mouthfeel is out of this world though! Unlike anything I had before. This is a must try.

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Photo of JoePat
4.57/5  rDev +9.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

This beer pours a very hazy pale almost orange color with thin white head.

Very pronounce grapefruit, citrus aroma at first and barely there but detectable as it warms. Not much else in this beer. Very hop forward in the aroma.

It taste like 3F worked very hard to get the perfect balance between malt and hops in a 10% ABV beer. Once they found that perfect balance they added a mountain of hops to that beer and Apocalypse Cow was born. A hop heads dream.

Mouthfeel has the usual 3F smoothness. I don't know how else to discribe it. It is so smooth it goes down effertlessly.

This is a double IPA I feel I could drink all day.

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Photo of sweemzander
4.6/5  rDev +10%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

22oz. bottle poured into an imperial pint. No bottled date.

(A)- Pours a fairly thick hazy golden hue that produced a good off-white fluffy head with good retention behind it.

(S)- A dry piney resin blast of lemon, lime, pineapple, and grapefruit citrus.

(T)- A dry piney wonderland full of creamy citrus notes very similar to the smell. A light bitter/dry finish with more citrus pine.

(M)- A great carbonation level and balance. A great hop citrus presence that meshes well with the creamy sweetness this puts off. A light bitterness at the end. Overall, rather smooth, a great citrus profile, and great ABV integration. Where is the 10%?

(D)- A great DIPA that I daresay might rival their Dreadnaught when fresh like this. Incredible smoothness and citrus fruits. Seek this out if you can; a great summer brew from a solid brewery, who sure puts out alot of different DIPAs!

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Photo of regspeir
4.25/5  rDev +1.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Got this in a trade with wnoble
22 oz bottle into a snifter. Poured a lemony, hazy gold with a large head which settled into a coating. Lacing was a thin map but prevailed throughout. Nose revealed citrus, pine and some floral notes but also sweetness was there - sugar and caramel. Taste was wonderfully unique. Like any DIPA there were hop notes of citrus and pine but it played with sweetness, likely a product of the lactose. There were evidence of malts as well - caramel, roasted flavors and some melon-like flavors. The finish was an awesome interplay between bitter and sweet, hops and lactose. Mouthfeel was very creamy and incredibly smooth. This was a fascinating brew! I am sorry this is so hard to come by because this was an excellent and unique offering. If you can, try it for sure!

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Photo of Blakaeris
4.5/5  rDev +7.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Pours hazy burnt orange with a dense off-white head that leaves slight lacing.

Aroma is sweet and fruity with plenty of apricot citrus and resinous pine character.

Taste is very balance biscuit malt and orange peel bitterness. The citrus fruit from the nose is more pronounced - apricot, tangerine, and melon stand out. Finishes with earthy, and slightly floral hop and vague lingering yeasty spice.

Mouthfeel is soft, medium-full.

Very smooth and flavorful, with excellent citrus notes. Hops are interesting and not at harsh. There is no indication of the high ABV. A winner.

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Photo of bashiba
4.43/5  rDev +6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Poured a deep cloudy orange with lots of carbonation and a long lasting sticky white head.

The smell was slightly lemony and a touch of juniper along with a bit of sweetness.

The flavor is nicely balanced with a sweet creamy malt body and a decent yet not overpowering dose of citrusy hops and bitterness. Evens out quite well.

The Lactose really shows off here giving it a silky smoothness and creamy body.

This could be dangerously drinkable and is hard to believe its 10percent, as usual very well done by 3 Floyds.

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Photo of Spica66
3.85/5  rDev -7.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

A: Deep gold/amber color. Nice head retention, good lacing.

S: Smells very sweet for an IIPA. There are hops, but a definite sweet smell is also present.

T: Tastes like it smells. Malt backbone, sweet (lactose), then hops on the finish. Sweetness holds as aftertaste.

M: Very creamy and nice.

D: At the end of 22 oz, I was wishing for less sweetness.

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Photo of robwestcott
3.73/5  rDev -10.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

tapped at yogis for Indiana beer week.

from the tap a hazy honey orange to a 12oz snifter with a 1/2 finger long lasting head leaving nice lace.

strong aroma of tropical fruit followed by pine and citrus.

fairly thick and syrupy to the tongue on the first few sips, tasting of pine and citrus hops. sweet forward followed by a medium bitter.

smooth, but bitter.

drinkable ? I suppose, but I'll stop with one -- will be popping a bottle in a few days.

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Photo of DAllspaw
4.58/5  rDev +9.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Served in tulip at 3F brewpub. Light orange, with some haziness but definitely looks substantial in the glass. Nice 1 inch off-white head and incredible lacing, very sticky.

Smell was everything you'd want from a double, loads of citruis and pine, but not a grapefruit bomb either.

Taste was out of this world. Tons going on with the hops and malt but I never tasted any alocohol, likely a product of the lactose, which greatly smoothed out ths taste and frankly enabled me to taste more of what's in there. .

I have a new favorite from 3F. I only wished they sold in growlers, this is incredible.

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Photo of Bmoyer0301
4.77/5  rDev +14.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5


Tonight I pulled out my trusty Sam Adams perfect pint glass hoping to really pull the most out of the aroma and taste on this great ale. I popped the cap (which if you never saw a Three Floyds cap, they are cool as hell) and was greeted by a healthy sounding loud hissing noise which is always a great sign. I started to give this beer a straight on pour and I noticed the head has developing quite quickly so I decided to tilt back a little bit to calm it down. This beer pours a beautiful peach color with some dark hay like tones when I hold it up to the light. There is a tiny amount of haze in here but that could be because it was just shipped across the county and the yeast might be all shaken up from the ride.


Mmmm, this smells like tropical fruit salad ! There is just loads of gooey floral and citrus hops wafting out of my glass right now, its almost euphoric. There is a faint nose of blossom honey and biscuit beady malts poking through with some nuttiness, even with all the hops it doesn't let one aspect of the aroma shine through and making everything work in synergy.


This is exactly what I have been waiting for in a solid double IPA, super sweet caramel layered with the citrus hops and more sweetness without any note of heat alcohol. The label notes that there is lactose sugar in this beer and it shows with a velvety creaminess that just glides through your mouth and down your throat. This baby is thick and chewy but not overly filling, I just cant get enough of it. Although for a double IPA it really isn't as hoppy as I was once predicting but like I said the sweetness and alcohol content are what push this beer into that style.


In my opinion this beer is world class when it comes to style and drinkability, well made and well presented from a great brewery. Three Floyds has done it again with this beer, I honestly can't think of a beer from them that I didn't like. This beer is hoppy and sweet but not overdone and I'd be willing to say this would appeal to a lot of IPA drinkers as well as people who are starting to become brave and venture out of their normal styles. If you are in the Midwest or if you can work a trade out with someone i would highly recommend that you jump all over this beer because its only the second time it was ever made

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Photo of AgentZero
2.66/5  rDev -36.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 2

A - Pours a yellow, light orange color that is hazy with a one finger head and no stick on the sides of the glass. Pretty nice looking.

S - This smells very sweet and malty, bit of caramel and something that comes accross like apricots. There are hops present, but it is not hoppy like I would want a double IPA to be. A little citrus an floral, but the hops take a back seat to lactose sugar (didn't know it was lactose until later, but huge sugar if nothing else).

T - I don't like this at all. It is way too sweet and sugary. A little bit of hops, and a little bit of bitter. The alcohol is way to present in this beer, and the malts and strong sugar smell kill the hops, which might be present, but are very overpowered.

M - Sugary, too thick for a DIPA, syrupy, good amount of carbonation.

D - Wow, this drank really hot. Between the sweetness and the hotness, it was a pretty bad combination, drank about 12 oz's of the bomber, and then just could not finish it.

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Photo of Lintyfresh
4.7/5  rDev +12.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

The color was light yellow-orange with a nice haze to it. My dad held it up to the sunlight from the window at the Three Floyds Brewpub and noted that it looked like a more yellow version of Blue Moon.

The smell was excellent. It had all the usual aroma associated with a DIPA.

The taste was also exceptional. Like the Dreadnaught (my baseline for any DIPA), the high alcohol content was hidden very well. The strong hops definitely came out in this, and the lactose sugar was noticeable in the finish.

The mouthfeel was warmer than with most DIPAs I've had on tap, but the temperature was normal. I wonder if this was from the lactose sugar. It surprised me how well that went with the taste, as I usually like my DIPAs to be as cold as possible.

Again, the lactose sugar adds a nice finish that makes this more drinkable than a beer with this alcohol content should be.

Overall this is an excellent beer to try if you're a Three Floyds follower like myself. The bottle artwork is great, and this beer is great bottled. But it's even better on tap, with a smoother mouthfeel and a slightly stronger aroma.

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Photo of Huhzubendah
4.5/5  rDev +7.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to Rick for hooking me up (again). Bottle purchased from the brewery and consumed fresh.

Apocalypse Cow is a slightly hazy beer with a light yellow-orange hue. There is an averaged sized white head that fades somewhat quickly, leaving spotty traces of lacing throughout the glass.

The scent is very similar to Dreadnaught, with hops at the forefront. I'm not sure if I could identify lactose in the aroma if this was a blind tasting. However, I can perceive it in the nose, knowing that it's there.

This is really a delicious beer and very well done. Again, I see many similarities to Dreadnaught. Apocalypse Cow has a slightly different feel and is noticeably different in the aftertaste, given the lactic aspect of this beer.

The feel is creamy and smooth, with the high alcohol percentage hidden very well. There is a slightly warming sensation in the finish, but the beer does not come across as too hot.

I plan on drinking this bomber by myself and don't foresee any issues with that. This is another terrific beer by FFF. They truly made a beer that is "not normal" with Apocalypse Cow. With many avant garde beers, the idea is fun and exciting, but the overall taste and drinkability of the beer can suffer. This is a unique beer that tastes great and is a lot of fun to drink. Cheers!

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Photo of biggred1
4.47/5  rDev +6.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Hazed, peach amber with a fine cream colored cap that leaves sheets of sticky lace on the glass. The aroma is excellent, plenty of fresh hoppiness here. Pine and dank orange citrusy centennial smelling hop notes. Pine sap and candied orange peel with an underlying malty sweetness to smooth out the flavors. I'm not sure if the milk sugar really adds "velevety malt body" as the label suggests but it is damn creamy, hop oily, full bodied goodness for sure. Three Floyds makes a great DIPA for sure. I still prefer fresh Dreadnaught slightly over the Cow but this is a really nice brew.

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Photo of Patchmaster
4.12/5  rDev -1.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Split this with fellow BA buddies. This was all our first taste of FFF Cow and didn't let down.

A - Pored a golden brown. Had some white lacing on the glass. Decent size head to it.

S - Very hoppy! With a good bit of citrus fine smell. I love the florally aroma to a good DIPA. This one didn't disappoint.

T - The hops definitely controlled the beer. Hops stand out the most. A little bitter towards the end of the drink. Didn't have the smooth finish that a like in a strong DIPA.

M - This may not be down my alley for a DIPA, but it gets the job done. Don't know if I would gravitate toward it again for an encore, but well worth the experience

D - Definitely worth a ride. I applaud the creativity and thats what keeps me coming back to 3F, but would prefer the APW or Dreadnaught over this one.

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Photo of HosP
4.13/5  rDev -1.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Again split this with fellow BA buddies. This was all our first taste of FFF Cow and didn't let down.

A - Poured golden. Pretty hazy with a nice white head with good lacing down the glass.

S - Very hoppy! Good amount of pine, citrus, and floral to it. The pine aroma stuck out most.

T - Like the smell. Very hoppy but yet very smooth. The malt mixture gives this beer a smooth finish. Hops stand out the most, which I like in a DIPA. A little bitter towards the end of the drink.

M - Medium body. Good carbonation to it.

D - Very solid beer from FFF. A good balance of hops and malts that create a very easy to drink beer. Not as strong as Dreadnaught, more sweet than anything, along with keeping a good hop flavor.

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Photo of TJBurgess
3.8/5  rDev -9.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4


22oz into perfect pint.

A: almost like watered down orange juice in a glass. The 2 inch aggressively poured head maintains a half inch for quite some time.

S: Nice citrus orange with a little hoppiness. Not overwhelming, but more subtle and understated than expected.

T: Wow. Didn't see that malt rush out to punch so hard! The strong bitterness is there, but lacks balance from hops. The malts are very caramely and overly dominant.

M/D: The mouthfeel is incredibly smooth and creamy. There is just something so thick that is atypical that I just can't get past. Once again, 3F changes the way we look at styles, but this is a near miss for me.


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Photo of hansgruber
4.18/5  rDev 0%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

At the brewpub served into a snifter..

Hazy orange color with a very fluffy one finger head and great lacing.

Huge orange citrusy notes initially. Smells lovely. The nose kinda died down and was not as intense while drinking.

Orange, citrusy, slight bitterness, very smooth. Bitterness lingers and lingers
No sweetness detected from lactose. Just adds to the overall smoothness.

Carbonation is high, bit too prickly even towards the bottom Very smooth and pretty full body. An almost creamy texture as it warms. 

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Photo of fear025
4.9/5  rDev +17.2%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

Aroma:Tons and tons of grapefruit.

Appearance:This beer is very orange in color, and it's pretty hazy. The foam lingers a long time.

Taste:Heavy citrusy hops in the foretaste. This is a hugely bitter beer, that showcases what a DIPA can be. As a homebrewer, I've experienced that dry hops can taste a whole lot different than the flavor they eventually impart, in this beer though, the flavor comes through like some of those dry hops that I've smelled in the past. The midtaste of this beer is very sweet from the lactose, and the sweetness stays on my tongue through the aftertaste, with the hops still very much present.

Mouthfeel:Very thick and rich mouthfeel. It's got enough carbonation to

Drinkability:This is a fantastic beer that really showcases what Three Floyds does well: Hops!

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Photo of yeahnatenelson
3.98/5  rDev -4.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 5

Appearance -- Pours a cloudy gold with one finger of white, bubbly head that quickly dissipates into a thin fog. Lacing covered every square inch of the interior surface of the glass.

Smell -- Tropical fruit and floral hops, cane sugar and melon sweetness, some faint caramel and nutty roast aroma.

Taste -- As in the nose, the hops are predominately in the floral and tropical fruit vein, mostly aromatic but offering up enough hop bitterness to round out the lactose sweetness. Malts are sweet and faintly roasted: caramel, cane sugar, honeydew. On the sweeter side of balanced for style, but well-crafted.

Mouthfeel -- Easily the smoothest IPA, single or double, that I have ever had. Medium in body, moderate creamy carbonation. Lingering feel is dry and a bit chalky.

Drinkability -- An IIPA brewed with lactose comes out of left field and may not necessarily be your cup of tea. That said, this is an expertly crafted beer that provides a very unique experience.

This beer was a pleasure to drink, but I did dock points for straying from style in taste and mouthfeel.

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Photo of SpeedwayJim
3.67/5  rDev -12.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Thanks to pittsburghkid66 for this one. Poured from a 22oz. bomber into a Sam Adams perfect pint.

A: Pours a creamy 1.5 finger fine off-white head with good retention. Beer is a cloudy ruby red. Lacing is ringed at the top but spotty going down with little cling.

S: Intense citrus and floral hop aromas invade the nose while a cane sugar sweetness tickles the back. Burnt caramel is also present and gives a real accurate preview of the taste.

T: A bit of a malt bomb off the bat. Really rich caramel and burnt brown sugar with a richness that's unlike most other IIPAs. Hop presence is there but its faded into the background and completely dominated by the sweetness. A bit of vanilla somewhere along the line too. Finish is messy with a big aftertaste of caramel malt.

M: Medium bodied, slightly carbonated, and probably the smoothest IIPA I've had to date. Notice the trend here. This one is very different. Finish is messy with a sticky, partially oily aftertaste.

D: A very different IIPA that definitely sets itself apart. Brewed with lactose, the body here is very smooth... not something I like in my IPAs. This one lacks a certain cleanliness and crispness and the malt flavor is completely dominating. Well worth a try for its uniquness but I won't be having this one again.

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Photo of jlindros
3.92/5  rDev -6.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

This is another one of the 3F beers I've been waiting to try for a while, and I finally got the chance thanks to Solomon420.

A: Pours a lighter 1/2 finger pasty white head in my oversized snifter over a hazy tangerine orange color.

N: I could smell the hops on the pour, just the way I like it. Lots of fresh citrus, some musty hop oil resin, earthy chewy hops, a little pine and nectarine, and even some spicy hops. The hops do have a slight aged aroma, but I can't find a date on it. Underneath that is quite a bit if a malty base, with some sweet malts, chewy malts, and that strong DIPA heavy pale malt base.

T: Starts somewhat sweet and candy bar like. The hops are there again with more citrus, a little pine, a little earthy and spicy hops, but mostly that slight nougat aged hop taste. The bitterness is not what I expected either, which is there but not super heavy. The malts are def there too with more thick sweet pale malts and chewy malts. A touch of warming booze and tingly feel with that.

M: Medium to heavier body with decent carbonation.

F: FInishes a little more bitter with more bitterness hammering down now. It gets accentuated thanks to some dryness coming forth, but there is still some residual sweetness. More tangerine and citrus hops with some spicy hop flavors as well lingering. A little piny residual hop flavors lingering too. A very slight hint of warming booze, but with the hops and sweetness it hides the booze very well.

It's an interesting DIPA, but def tastes like it has some age on it and I would love to try it fresh. From all the awesome beers I've had from 3F I can only imagine this one is a lot better fresh too, so I'll have to revisit it if I can get it fresh again. If only they shipped to MA... PLEASE 3F SHIP TO MA!!!!

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Photo of femALEist
4.32/5  rDev +3.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Had this out of the bottle from a bottle trade.

This poured a super bright, clear tangerine orange.

It smelled of sweet, candied malts, mild hops, light apricot and sweet Gewurztraminer.

It tasted of bright hops, pine, apricot, with a good malt backbone, some light vanilla and a deep grapefruit skin bitter aftertaste.

Good carbonation, good drinkability. Glad I tried it.

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Apocalypse Cow from 3 Floyds Brewing Co.
4.18 out of 5 based on 2,092 ratings.
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