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Garrison Brewing - Imperial I.P.A.

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Beer Style: 
Imperial I.P.A.
Serving Style.: 
500 ml. bottle
Alcohol Content: 
7.0 abv
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Beer Rating: 

Garrison Brewing - Imperial I.P.A.
Pours a dark amber color with a thick white head.
Aroma is all citrus with a hint of conifers.
Thick almost chewy taste to start. Very rich and creamy.
Lots of citrus and some berry in the background but mostly the hops. Very nice brew. I could handle a few more of these!

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Het Anker - Gouden Carolus Ambrio

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Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
330 ML Bottle
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Het Anker - Gouden Carolus Ambrio

Huge off-white head that just wouldn't stop on a very cloudy amber coloured beer.
The aroma was of ginger-ale. That's all I could get from it.
Feel is quite full and rich, almost chewy.
Taste is different, some banana from the yeast and a distinct meatiness on top of some fruity notes, pear maybe and a touch of berry, and an earthy bitterness with just a hint of citrus.
The finish is medium dry and pleasant which is good since it lasts a while. There is a hint of sugar or honey in there and the ginger from the aroma is alway deep in the background.
I like this one, I wasn't sure after my first sip but by the third or fourth I was convinced.

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