Double Crooked Tree

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Type: American IPA
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  • 12.00% 
  • 1671/3686 
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Have you read the description for the regular Crooked Tree yet? Well this beer is almost the same just double the flavor and alcohol. We actually took the Crooked Tree recipe and doubled all of the ingredients except the water, just the way a DOUBLE should be made. Big hops balanced with tons of malt give this beer a huge body. Although this beer is as cool as "The Fonz" when first purchased, it gets really mellow and smooth with some age. After a year or two stored in a cool dark place you'll notice the heavy caramel and malt flavors are trying to sneak past the hops. This beer is hugely delicious so it will need your undivided attention (the chores can wait....trust us).

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  • May 2, 2012
    Uptonia (6)Rank: Beer Novice
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    This is one heavy IPA! The taste is superior. The appearance is rich and clean. It leaves a solid taste in your mouth which is ripe with alcohol, but not overpowering. I had a draft and the aroma is almost nonexistent. Great beer.