The “Beer without a name” previously named after a mythical sea monster – Quadruple IPA   

 

 

This beer used to be named after a mythical sea monster until some corporate threatened about the name. Passing the 1000 fan mark on Facebook, inspired this monstrous Quad IPA. We brewed a test batch with a theoretical 1100 IBU’s and upped that to our fan count of 1254 on the full batch brew day. Titan pours an opaque reddish orange with a hint of a head that leaves some lacing. The aroma is overwhelmingly fruity hops with copious amounts of malt leaving hints of caramel and dried fruit. The taste is surprisingly balanced although very bitter. The finish is the clincher, hop aroma and bitterness lingers on the palate until you brush your teeth op possibly when you eat a ghost chilli. This “Beer without a name” is a bucket list experience for hard core hopheads.

  • Style:Imperial IPA
  • ABV:11.5%
  • Malts:Pale, Various Crystal malts
  • Hops:Summit, Southern Passion
  • Colour:17 SRM
  • Original Gravity: 1.154
  • Bitterness:1254 IBU

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