Green Flash Le Freak

Type: Belgian IPA
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  • 09.20% 
  • 840/3686 
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This Belgian Style IPA is an "out of the box" convergence of beer styles where American Imperial IPA meets Belgian Trippel. The end result is a zesty brew with enticing American hop and Belgian yeast aromatics that lead you to delicious malts and a complex layering of hop flavors that quench and refresh your pallet.
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  • Jun 30, 2010
    David_Berggren (5)Rank: Beer Novice
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    • 4/5 heres the deal. I dont like Belgian beers. Its the fruitiness of the yeast that I dont like. I appreciate their contribution to beer history, i just dont like the yeast. Its a cool concept for beer. The IPA helps the fruitiness of the yeast. Im not crazy about the beer but worth a try.