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6.5% ABV, Can

Appearance: Clean copper, moderate creamy head
Aroma: Hoppy, with a strong pine scent
Taste: Slight malt at the front followed by a strong woodsy hop flavor
Mouthfeel: Medium bodied

This is a hybrid beer — half red ale, half IPA — and it’s surprisingly aggressive for a mutt. It’s got a sharp piney scent that might shock your nose a little, and once you get past the hint of the malt from the red ale on the tip of your tongue, the piney, cedary hop taste really dominates. This is a good unique flavor for hopheads and IPA aficionados looking for something a little different.

6.5% ABV, Can
Appearance: Clean copper, moderate creamy head
Aroma: Hoppy, with a strong pine scent
Taste: Slight malt at the front followed by a strong woodsy hop flavor
Mouthfeel: Medium bodied
This is a hybrid beer — half red ale, half IPA — and it’s surprisingly aggressive for a mutt. It’s got a sharp piney scent that might shock your nose a little, and once you get past the hint of the malt from the red ale on the tip of your tongue, the piney, cedary hop taste really dominates. This is a good unique flavor for hopheads and IPA aficionados looking for something a little different.

7% ABV, Bottle

Appearance: Gold with some brown hues; no head.
Aroma: Immediate hop scent. Some floral as well.
Taste: Bitterness throughout, but not over the top. Maltiness helps level it out.
Mouthfeel: Crisp yet creamy. Light to medium bodied.

Singapore is slightly less hoppy when compared to most IPAs — the malts help create excellent balance. Its sweet aftertaste is carried by the malty balance, making for an enjoyable yet flavorful IPA.

6.5% ABV, Can

Appearance: Clear orange-gold with a medium head.
Aroma: Earthy with some citrus notes.
Taste: Mild hops, with some bread and tropical fruit notes. Slight banana, with some orange and lemon.
Mouthfeel: Medium bodied.

When Brewery Vivant debuted in 2010, Triomphe was one of its three staple brews, and it’s easy to see why. This Belgian-style IPA is light on the tongue, yet contains some very evident, tropical flavors. There’s a mild hoppiness present, yet the brew is very well-balanced and there’s hardly any bitterness at all.

10% ABV, Bottle

Appearance: Golden color, slight red hue. Cloudy. One finger head.
Aroma: Full of citrusy and piney hops.
Taste: Bitter hoppiness upfront, sweet finish.
Mouthfeel: Medium and slightly malty body. Crisp.

Bell’s Hopslam is one of the most sought after IPAs on the map. Brewed with six different hop varietals, the complexity of the hops within this brew are off the charts. Citrus fruits and floral aromas dominate the nose. The taste is sweet with honey throughout and finishes crisp. This well-balanced imperial IPA always has hop lovers swooning during its release time.

10% ABV, Bottle
Appearance: Golden color, slight red hue. Cloudy. One finger head.
Aroma: Full of citrusy and piney hops.
Taste: Bitter hoppiness upfront, sweet finish.
Mouthfeel: Medium and slightly malty body. Crisp.
Bell’s Hopslam is one of the most sought after IPAs on the map. Brewed with six different hop varietals, the complexity of the hops within this brew are off the charts. Citrus fruits and floral aromas dominate the nose. The taste is sweet with honey throughout and finishes crisp. This well-balanced imperial IPA always has hop lovers swooning during its release time.