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Unsessionable

November, 2015
Judges Rating: 
96
Aroma: 
23 / 24
Appearance: 
5 / 6
Flavor: 
39 / 40
Mouthfeel: 
10 / 10
Overall Impression: 
19 / 20

Revolution's Unsessionable IPA makes its presence known even before opening the can. The bold graphics and claims of massive hop impact on the can almost taunt you into popping it open. Once you do, there is an immediate explosion of fresh and bright pine, citrus and woody hop aromas even before pouring it into the glass. There is no disappointment here!

This golden-colored, slightly hazy brew with a moderately fine head packs a huge bitter wallop (the can says 100 IBU – it’s at least that high!) along with massive pine and citrus hop flavor with a touch of dankness behind this. A solid base malt backbone balances out the hop expression. A clean alcohol note is also very evident, giving quite a bit of warmth upon swallowing. The brew has a satisfying medium body and moderately dry finish for the style, preparing you for the next delicious sip.

This is a very impressive, extremely drinkable Double IPA that will delight those not afraid of the joy of hops.

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