Narragansett DIPA

Discussion in 'New England' started by MVP09, Dec 11, 2012.

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  1. SunDevilBeer

    SunDevilBeer Zealot (515) May 9, 2003 Massachusetts

    Wow this is a bad beer. Dirty & phenolic. Total disappointment.

    Still love the Gansett seasonal tall boys though.
     
  2. Dools9

    Dools9 Zealot (515) Jul 5, 2011 Massachusetts

    Kind of disappointing seeing this get mediocre reviews, now I'm not really as excited to try it. 'Gansett should have went a different route with the anniversary beer IMO instead of the DIPA that everyone seems to be doing, and they should they have canned it most importantly.
     
  3. MVP09

    MVP09 Devotee (417) Oct 19, 2012 Massachusetts
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    Trying another, yes bitter but not horrible. Smell is fresh hoppiness. It is what it is 122ibu imperial ipa that's bitter. You can do worse for $6. It's a good addition to local limited brews. Glad I got a bottle.
     
  4. RoninTK3

    RoninTK3 Aspirant (234) Nov 12, 2012 New Hampshire
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    Picked one up at Wakefield Liquors for $5.99. Not bad, but very bitter as others have said.
     
  5. Robtobfest

    Robtobfest Disciple (358) Oct 21, 2009 Connecticut
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    I happen to like it a lot. Bitter is a good thing to me. To each his own, but i would never say this is a bad beer.
     
  6. Wally1912

    Wally1912 Devotee (410) Jun 10, 2005 Massachusetts
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