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Imperial India Pale Ale #500 | Nøgne Ø - Det Kompromissløse Bryggeri A/S

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Imperial India Pale Ale #500Imperial India Pale Ale #500

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Nøgne Ø - Det Kompromissløse Bryggeri A/S

Style: American Double / Imperial IPA

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 10.00%

Availability: Rotating

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Photo of heygeebee
3.38/5  rDev -12.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

BB 2013

Pours a deep gold colour, one finger off white head, good lace stays throughout.

Aromas of malts primarily in a big hit, then mandarins, orange peel.

Taste as a with aromas but add in a massive hit of initially well balanced malts. And here is where it goes downhill. Typical Nogne O taste, quite dry, add in some dark treacle toffee notes, almost burnt. Not good in the long run.

Mouthfeel is neutral neither oily nor too light.

Overall an ok beer, but I am finding general Nogne O taste not to my liking due to a certain dryness overall.

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Photo of superspak
3.78/5  rDev -1.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

500 ml bottle into tulip glass, no bottle dating. Pours extremely hazy red orange color with a nice 1-2 finger dense off white head with good retention, that reduces to a nice cap that lingers. Some good spotty lacing clings to the glass. Aromas of caramel, orange, grapefruit, mango, herbal, bread, earth, floral, and citrus rind. Pretty nice aromas but are very malt forward; but I pretty much expected that given that this is probably well over a year old. Taste of grapefruit, orange, mango, caramel, honey, bread, pine, herbal, earth, floral, toast, and molasses. Fair amount of herbal bitterness on the finish; with lingering notes of citrus, pine, caramel, honey, bread, molasses, earth, toast, and herbal on the finish for a while. Nice flavor balance and complexity, with no cloying sweetness at all. Medium carbonation and full bodied; with a creamy, thick, and fairly slick mouthfeel that is nice. Alcohol is extremely well hidden with almost no warming noticed after the finish. Overall this is a very good Double IPA. Despite the obvious age of the beer; it has held up pretty well with nice flavor balance and smooth sipping. I am sure that this was a great beer when it was released initially. Still quite enjoyable as of right now.

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Photo of mattsander
2.67/5  rDev -30.6%
look: 2.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.5

A: Muddy deep brown, extremely light carbonation. Not appetizing, not to style IMO. The 'P' stands for 'pale' right?

S: Mountains of caramel, toffee, slightly metallic, crisp hops. Smells like a barleywine, very malt-centered.

T: Sweet caramelized malts dominate with some dark fruit, musky old hops. Medicinal, very syrupy, very malty. Feels messy and unfocused to me, this was difficult to drink.

M: A sipper to be sure, it felt like I was drinking a loaf of bread.

This was a drainpour for me, a total mess that I hope to never repeat. Far too much caramel flavor (even for a barleywine this would have been too sticky for me). Yikes

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Photo of wordemupg
3.99/5  rDev +3.6%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

500ml bottle poured into tulip 8/7/12

A a brownish amber pretty dark for the style, not enough clarity to see bubbles other then the few popping up the side, just a short lived finger of foam leaves no lace

S piny citrus, lots of caramel, and some floral hops with just a little booze, some lemon and lime rind and even more caramels as it warms

T lots of pine resin and rind with some grainy sweet malt creating a little balance, almost a little nutty on the finish if that makes any sense

M pretty thick and enough carbonation to give it a creamy feel, quite bitter with a little grit, not much for heat and a lingering piney rind aftertaste, feels great

O this would've been intense fresh, a few months old and still very hoppy, a pretty solid DIPA with well concealed booze

a little pricy but I don't feel ripped off, almost like a fresh Barley Wine and the BB date 5 years down the road makes me want too age one

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Photo of biboergosum
3.9/5  rDev +1.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

500ml bottle. Very, very nice to see this brewery make its way to the remote outpost of Alberta.

This beer pours a dark, somewhat hazy ruddy amber hue, with two fingers of puffy and bubbly ecru head, which leaves a low lunar landscape of lace around the glass as it evenly subsides.

It smells of bittersweet grapefruit pith, moderate bready, crackery, and understated caramelized malt, a subtle alcohol edge, and more bitter spicy and leafy hops. The taste zesty grapefruit and soused orange fruitiness, a stronger bready caramel maltiness, some lesser toffee and molasses addenda, even a twinge of field honey, some tannic tea/red wine notes, and a further mediated generic fruity/leafy hoppiness.

The bubbles are fairly sedate, the body a sturdy medium weight, and actually quite smooth, given the swirling hops and booze. It finishes on the sweet side, the malt gaining a dusty, old character, while the hops prance about in their merry way, not really forcing the issue, and the alcohol simmers mostly unheeded underneath.

A rather impressive way to celebrate your 500th batch, as I am a confirmed hop-o-holic. This offering, however, only alludes to such an overindulgence, preferring instead to render an actual balanced DIPA experience, which of course means a hefty malt offset - in the end, things work out, somebody gets the girl, and there's grinning all around.

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Photo of Jamesthebrit
4.33/5  rDev +12.5%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A: Bottle declares it to be the 500th batch brewed. The beer looks unlike any IPA I've ever seen. It looks like apple cider. It's got that brown hazy color to it. Looks a little thick, good head that leaves some great lacing. Very nice

S: Sweet, a lot of alcohol, not so much floral as the average IPA. Cloves... allspice.. pretty interesting.

T: Verrry interesting. Starts much like an old ale with a sharp alcohol and oaky backbone. The finish though is where the IPA really comes through. Some good hops on the finish. I dare so too many powerful flavors. They all hit very well but it seems like theres just big alcohol, big barley, then a good hit of hops. Not really any subtitles.

M: Mouthfeel is thick and bitter and alcoholy. A little too much bite at the end.

Definitely not what I was expecting. Drinks more like an old ale than an IPA but either way it's still pretty good. Certainly unique and worth checking out. Probably a good idea to split a bottle of this bad boy as it's pretty intense.

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Photo of warnerry
3.82/5  rDev -0.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A - Pours a ruddy caramel color with one and a half fingers of tan head. Head has decent retention and leaves some pretty solid lacing.

S - Lots of caramel and toffee, also a bit bready.that Assuming this bottle is old based on other reviews and the very mild hop presence in the nose.

S - Similar to smell with big caramel and toffee, along with some citrus and a bit of molasses. Does have an herbal bitterness that partially counters the sweet malts. Leaving style aside, it is actually pretty tasty. Leaves a strong tea-like aftertaste.

M - Big, sticky sweet mouthfeel that becomes more bitter on the finish.

O - While this is an old bottle, I find it hard to believe that even a fresh bottle would have seemed like a DIPA. At this point, it reminds me a bit of Double Bastard. Pretty tasty, but definitely a big malt bomb.

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Photo of Sammy
3.88/5  rDev +0.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Recent bottle from Maria's in Chicago. Sales people said it must be a recent delivery, and given that it would and should disappear from the shelves, I must believe. That contradicts the ultimate tasting, which yielded a hoppy American barleywine/American strong. Still enjoyable! With a good citrus orange and grapefruit taste, and minty piney hops in the finish. Good drinkability, a little boozy.

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Photo of Evil_Pidde
4.17/5  rDev +8.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

A: Pours deep hazy amber with a medium large, but very compact tan head. Slow dissipation leaves rather nice lacings.

S: Rich American hops, bitter but even more floral, in great balance with the sweet syrupy caramell malt.

T: Slithtly roasted caramell malt, with quite some sweetness to it, is balanced by the American bitter but even more floral hops; grapefruit and oranges with a little pineapple in the back. Rather bready, but also fruity.

M: Long sweet aftertaste. Body is full and molasses-like while carboantion is held back. Alcoholic, but not in an offensive way. Very smooth.

O: This is, as always, another fantastic beer from Nøgne Ø.

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Photo of BrownNut
4.14/5  rDev +7.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

22 to tulip. No date yet again. Love this brewery but throw me a bone here!

A - Cloudy medium flat brown like unfiltered apple cider. Not attractive. Picture perfect one-finger cream head. Very attractive. Cancel each other out for slightly above average.

S - Man this smells wonderful. Smells like raw honey and caramel and malt with a whispered promise of booze. What it doesn't smell like at all is hops, which is a surprise for an imperial IPA. But then again I don't know how old it is.

T - Mostly malty caramel flavors that, just like in the aroma, blend seamlessly into a low-level booze flavor that gives it some complexity. A previous reviewer mentioned a candi sugar effect and I can kind of see that. That may be the sort of raw honey + booze flavor I note. I don't get any of the orange several previous reviewers mentioned. At the end there's just a bit of sourness in the lips and tip of the tongue. There is no hint of hops, only a faded footprint in the form of barely noticeable tongue abrasion. Reads more like a barleywine.

M - Creamy leaning towards viscous. Really smooth. Maybe that's the oats in it. A real pleasure

O - This was a rich, thick, smooth, strong, delicious beer and I'll take another any time. I have to think it was an old bottle though, because with zero trace of hops there's no way they'd call this an imperial IPA. It's much more like an IPA that has sat long enough to fall back to only malts. So it's hard to rate this to style so I'll just rate it irrespective of style.

I had their Two Captains Imperial IPA as well, and while I think I like this one a bit better objectively, I think that one was somewhat closer to DIPA style, though still pretty balanced and with prominent malt.

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Photo of beerdrifter
3.97/5  rDev +3.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Picked this up while on vacation in Oslo. Batch #758. Cloudy copper-amber pour with one finger head that quickly fades with excellent lacing. Big, bold nose with tons of resiny hops along with hints of orange, mango, rye bread, caramel, brown sugar, and just a touch of squash. The taste mirrors the nose. The hops are huge and resiny, but a solid caramel malt backbone really balances it out. Hints of orange peel, mango, pine, brown sugar, caramel, rye, and just a bit of grassiness. This is close to being in barley wine territory. The mouthfeel is thick, syrupy, and chewy with a little creaminess as well. The 10% ABV is well hidden making this highly drinkable. The finish is bold with a great tangy, bitter hop bite. The Norwegians are definitely in the craft beer scene!

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Photo of ThickNStout
3.85/5  rDev 0%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

500mL bottle from Lucky's (Woodstock, GA). 6.99. No bottling info noted. Served in a snifter. 

Pours deep murky amber with 2 fingers cloudy pale tan head. Nice lacing all the way down.

Smells of orange and mango citrus hops with sweet biscuity malts. Smells great but not quite like an imperial IPA. 

Taste has some hops but they seem to play second fiddle to the malts. There's a huge malt base. Nice thick sweet biscuits. Then the hops come in with mild orange and mango as promised in the nose. A nice bitterness start to finish. It hides the 10% abv quite well. 

Medium thick body with low to moderate carbonation. Slighy sticky with a long bittersweet aftertaste. 

I'm guessing that this one was past it's "prime". It drinks more like an imperial red or a barleywine. Don't get me wrong- I truly enjoyed the entire bottle (I happen to really like a good thick imperial red ale) but the hops have all but entirely faded. I would buy this again- and like it- but not when I want big hoppy goodness. I enjoyed it enough that I can't bomb it's score but I just can't give it an outstanding score as an imperial IPA.

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Photo of clayrock81
4/5  rDev +3.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured a darkish, reddish brown body with good, voluminous head that stayed for awhile w/ massive lace. A musty, hearty aroma of leafy, bitter hops with some citric notes as a well as a touch of dry/bready and caramel malt. Not only is this beer very sharp and hoppy, but the balance is outstanding as I am getting not only caramel malt, but I swear there is some candi sugar and a touch of chocolate in this one. Maybe the sweet malt tastes are just me, but I know that this medium-bodied beer is thick and sticky, with a prevelant hop finish that is easy, hiding the ABV well making for a delish and dangerous sipper.

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Photo of Beertracker
3.47/5  rDev -9.9%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Nøgne Ø's Imperial India Pale Ale #500 pours up with a modest carbonation that manages a thin, unsustainable creamish-beige colored head that battles to ring the hazy, deep copper-orangish amber body. The aroma is quite bready & earthy with notes of cut wood, dampen sod, pine needles/nuts with overlays of burnt caramel, toasted crackers & hopsack, but there's some staleness (oxidation) which diminishes the more pleasant aspects (fruity, leafy, minty) of the late addition hops. A slightly sharp alcohol burn finishes out the nose. The flavor starts off with a ton of breadiness walloped by a sticky, sweet caramel character that never quite gets balanced by the coarse bitterness that carries through to an adventurous, bittersweet, slightly pungent/harsh, warming finish that's rather unbalanced. This bold medium-full bodied strong ale is not unlike an immature English-style barleywine or old ale, but misses the mark on quality as well. I'll have to grab a few bottles to see how this one cellars, but probably won't be having another draught.

CHEERS! Beertracker

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Photo of russpowell
3.78/5  rDev -1.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Picked this up at the Biergarten in Jenks, OK.

Pours an effervescent chestnut with 3 fingers of tan head. Great lacing & above average head retention

S: Rich breadyness, leafy hops, some grassyness, rich dark fruit

T: Follows the nose. leafy hops dominate along with minty hops, much figgyness & a touch of toffee & some booze warmth. Dryness & dark fruit as this warms, a little cherry sneaking in, plus more leafy hops, some herbal & woody notes as well. Finishes with bready notes, figgyness & a touch of cherry & plum, some pipe tobacco & boozeyness

MF: Chewy, some what coarse with slight carbonation, very warming, skews sweet

To me this seemed more like a Barley wine. So although I enjoyed this, style-wise it warrants deductions for taste, mouthfeel & smell.

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Photo of StJamesGate
3.93/5  rDev +2.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Leathery brown with amber highlights and a dense beige cap of cream that showers sheets and capillaries of lace. Orange juice that's a bit too old is the nose; a bit of earth and resin, too.
Crepe Suzette malts with some cocoa and mango, a hint of grassy spice and big pine sap, red Swedish fish, and citrus conserve hops.
Muscat finish and gooey salted caramel linger. Medium to full, lots of chew, very sticky, still a bit of burn.

Chinook, Simcoe, Centennial, Pacific Gem and Nelson Sauvin, according to the label. Rye, oats and wheat in there, too.

Never seen anything this dark claiming to be an IPA. This one is 6+ months old (bottled on my birthday last year, actually) so I wonder where the hops should be at. There's still plenty there, mind you, but the NS especially is pretty muted. A nice sipper, but you're better off thinking it's a barleywine, given the malts.

Big bruising DIPA that doesn't really know how to deliver the IBUs, in line with other European attempts at the style I've had.

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Photo of jjkatter
3.97/5  rDev +3.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

0,5l bottle poured into a Trappistes Rochefort goblet...

A- rusty brown and thick pouring into the glass. Plenty of head that settles into a lace.

S- pungent smell of toasted barley with a trace of hops. Definately a unique smell.

T- closely follows the nose. The beer has plenty of sweetness, but that is balanced by the taste of toasted barley.

MF- pretty thick, yet pleasant. Well balanced and complex.

O- My initial reaction was that I was in for a long hull to drink a 1/2 liter of this, but that quickly gave way to acceptablilty and a finally a taste that grows on you. You wouldn't want two of these back to back, I don't believe, but 1 is well worth the trip.

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Photo of Dmart1223
4.47/5  rDev +16.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

To say this beer is intense is an understatement. It will beat you down, and you'll like it.

It was a raspberry red color with a good head that quickly dwindled to lacings. The smell was incredibly floral and fruity, with a hint of cherries. Actually, overall it kind of smelled like funky cranberry juice, which was great.

It tasted like berries mixed with caramel, and was understandably bitter, with an undertone of straight-up alcohol that slaps you on the inside of your mouth. The concentration of hops makes it feel full, almost creamy.

This was the most expensive beer I've gotten at a bar in awhile, but it was worth every penny. Nøgne Ø is rich, intense and wildly different. Maybe the Norwegians are on to something...

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Photo of Brabander
3.82/5  rDev -0.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

We had this beer at tasting two weeks ago at my cousin Peters place. Great beers and great fun.

This beer was poured in my Essen Christmasbeerfestivalglass (what a word for wordfeud!)

Smell of port and cleaning alcohol. Looks like dark tea. Taste is better than this beer looks. No real head and/or carbonation.

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Photo of mulder1010
3.9/5  rDev +1.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

500 ML poured into a tulip

A-- Poured a hazy, muddy, rust orange brown color. Two finger light brown head. Slow fading head but quite clean in leaving lacing. Just a little bit of spotty lacing and one decent 3/4 ring of lacing. Visible alcohol legs and just a bit of carbonation showing with some small bubbles from the bottom of the glass.

S-- Pungent and powerful orange, overripe Grapefruit and burnt Carmel. In some ways closer to a US Barleywine I think by the profile and hop presence in the smell. Also get a small bit of strawberry jam and bread in the nose.

T-- Not real fresh or vibrant like the US DIPA's but still quite good. Lots of Caramel, orange, grapefruit and some pine.

M-- Smooth, slick and sweet. Much closer to a US Barleywine. Lots of bread and jam notes and the alcohol is quite obvious. Very hearty feel. Medium heavy feel and light carbonation. Sweet pungent orange finish.

O-- What I do like about the European DIPA's is the bigger malt backbone and that they have a bigger and longer life than the US counterparts. A little more obvious in the Alcohol and a lot more Carmel. Good solid beer that can still sit around and be in good shape 6 months after a trip from Norway. For what it is it is well done.

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Photo of bump8628
3.58/5  rDev -7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Quite surprised from the get-go, with the dark brown color I immediately think Barleywine (and "what the hell do these Euros know about IIPA"). After polishing off a 0.5L I'm still thinking American Barleywine, but I am impressed with the craftsmanship.

Lots of brown sugar and caramel with a huge smack of hop bitterness and rough hop flavor. Hops don't differentiate into distinct flavors - no standout citrus, pine, or tropical fruit, which is what I was expecting from the hop bill. Instead, lots of veggies and grass, sapling wood resin, and raw leafy hoppiness. Malt is thick - not right for the style. A punch of flavor to the grill.

A fine beer, sell it to me as a Barleywine or American Strong Ale and I'd bite, at least enough for another bottle. As an IIPA one nibble is enough.

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Photo of stephens101
3.83/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

I haven't had a new (to me) IIPA in a while, so this one is highly anticipated.

A hazy dark brown pour is completed by a finely bubbled and abundant tan head that creeps down the glass slowly, leaving a thick collar of froth behind.

Has a nose of piquant floral and oily hops that are followed by a caramel sweetness for centering. On the palate the hops and sweet malts fight it out for a quick second before being broken up by some grapefruit and distant light fruity notes; then back at it again, with the sweet overpowering the bitter, albeit slighty.

Mouth-feel lies on the lighter side of medium. Alcohol becomes more apparent as the beer warms, but never knocks you out.

A finely tuned IIPA whose sweetness might deter some hopheads, but works fairly well for me.

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Photo of jbowers56
4.06/5  rDev +5.5%
look: 3 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a brown/copper colour. Murky as hell, with a couple of big old yeast chunks falling out of the bottle. The nice little head is the saving grace but to be honest not a very enticing looking beer.

Big aroma. Pine, grapefruit rind, orange and a big caramel kick. Smells excellent actually, not my ideal IIPA but I can't really fault it. It's going hard in the direction nogne have obviously chosen to go.

Big whack of citrus early up but then it's all a pale malt/crystal malt party. Finishes bittersweet with heaps of IBU, but also plenty of crystal malts grasping to hold on. A nicely hoppy beer considering the malt profile - they have gone hard on this. This is not my kind of IIPA, but it is VERY good for what it is. Reminds me of hercules, and I probably wouldn't score that as high as I originally did to be honest.

Carb is moderately low, with a nice thickness but not over the top. A very big beer in every sense, reminds me a lot of hercules actually. Very enjoyable, I expected the yeast to come through more in the flavour profile, but was pleasantly surprised. Maybe the big flavours are hiding it.

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Photo of tempest
4.1/5  rDev +6.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Had a glass at the Trapp Door in Emmaus, PA. I often take issue with strong DIPAs in the 10% range for being too thick and sweet. This has a similar rich, caramel/bready malt backbone, but it's not too thick and actually complements the spicy, citrus hops. Yeah, it's a touch chewy, but the barley's a great backgroup to the fruity pine that runs through this pale ale.

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Photo of aidanskinner
4.6/5  rDev +19.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

500ml bottle poured into a pint glass

a - dark, deep red heading towards blackish brown. Thick but shallow head the slowly fades into thick treackly lacing with some visible patches of head remaining on top. Pretty gorgeous.

s - doughy, hefty malt base with similarly hefty, dirty slightly sweet hops.

t - can't fault it, this tastes like it smells. very smooth, dry bitter finish as you'd expect from a 100IBU beer. The alcohol's noticeably present but not overpowering. Quite a lot's going on in this beer without it being either contradictory or overwhelimg.

m - thick, smooth, satisfying but manages to stay on the right side of cloying

o - Awesome beer. It's not a traditional IIPA, but it's not so out there you go "WTF am I drinking?". I've had slightly better beers in this style, but not many. Gives Stone Double Bastard (which I love) a total kicking and leaves Brewdog Hardcore (which I also love) trying to get the name of the bus that hit it.

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Imperial India Pale Ale #500 from Nøgne Ø - Det Kompromissløse Bryggeri A/S
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