6.6% | 440ml
– June 13, 2019
First black IPA I like. Hoppy nose, good long dark malty mouth. Finish juicy and bitter. Woaw! ?
– February 24, 2019
Not enough BIPAs around
– January 23, 2019
Very solid BIPA, more of these please…
– December 28, 2018
I love Black IPA’s. There I’ve said it, I know its an American Oxymoron, but done well I think they offer more than just a big IPA. Using ingredients like Special Carafa III means you get all that dark roasty look without the accompanying astringent bitter flavours. And this one really hits the mark. Not a huge beer at 6.6% but very, dangerously, drinkable…mines a pint please.
– November 21, 2018
Seemed more of a brown ale than a black IPA. Reminded me very much of 5AM Saint.
– November 14, 2018
– October 30, 2018
The best BIPA I’ve ever had. Just beautiful. Upon opening you are hit with huge tropical aromas with orange and resinous hints. Drinking it is a pure delight. Thick and pillowy, big pine flavours with a subtle roast background. Lingering fruity bitterness and a light toasty finish. A stunner.
– October 4, 2018
– October 1, 2018
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Moor Beer, led by Justin, have been a great inspiration to Northern Rock, and above all, they’re great advocates for the black IPA style. This was the inevitable choice for their eventual collaboration! Choosing to follow a black IPA method new to them both, the result is brimming with hops. They used a blend of classic varieties of Centennial, Citra, Mosaic, Simcoe, and Vic Secret for a balance of soft tropical fruit, resinous pine, and zingy citrus.