Hoppyum IPA

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Type: American IPA
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  • 4.3/5 
  • 6.30% 
  • 991/3670 
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Do you like hops? Our HOPPYUM IPA is full of citrusy American hops, with an emphasis on Simcoe hops, an especially pungent hop variety.This brew finishes dry, making it a great session beer to come back to.

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  • Jun 25, 2013
    robames1 (4)Rank: Beer Novice
    4.8
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    I love IPA's and this is a true favorite of mine. Just love the Hoppy taste and it makes me happy. Foothills does a great job with their beers!
  • Jul 9, 2012
    mcnealc31 (205)Rank: Beer DrinkerGroup: Ohio Beer Lovers
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    Pours a deep gold with a sticky white head. Just from the aroma, I know this is going to pack quite the hops punch. Loads of Simcoe hops and their distinctive grapefruit aroma comes through most noticeably.

    This is one for you hopheads. Along with the Simcoe, plenty of Columbus, Centennial, and Cascade balance the hops flavors among each other. Slightly toasted malt is evident in the finish, but the hops are the whole story here. Long, dry, puckeringly bitter finish. Clocks in at 78 IBUs, but I expected it to be closer to 100. As it warms, everything mellows out and becomes much easier to drink.

    One for hopheads, for sure, but let it go for a bit and it becomes very tasty, indeed. Packs a lot of punch, but good harmony among the hops varieties.