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Oskar Blues Deviant Dale’s


So here’s an 8% IPA in a tallboy can, not something you come across too often. Unfortunately, I can’t find any information on the beer, but I’m sure they through in some Summit hops. Let’s see how it is.

American India Pale Ale. 8.0% ABV. Colorado.

Coppery color with a thick white head.

Very hoppy nose that brings a very piney and earthy aroma. It’s quite grassy, as well, with just a hint of citrus.

Mouthfeel is actually quite full bodied with a low carbonation.

Earthy, mushroomy, piney, with a hint of vanilla and orange. It destroys the palate with a vegetal bitterness and has a length of flavor akin to burnt chicken.

I hate this beer. Some may like the completely off-balanced and earthy hops, but if I wanted to shove pine cones in my mouth, I would go outside. There’s no semblance of finesse in this beer. 81 points.

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