Houblon Chouffe IPA-Triple

This beer was a gift from my brother for the holidays and is a very interesting beer that I probably wouldn't have picked up for myself. It is imported from Brassiere d'Achouffe of Belgium and is a very interesting hybrid of Belgian Triple and American style IPA. The IPA side of this beer has some great American zing from Amarillo and Tomahawk hops while still maintaining the classic Saaz hops for the Triple side. It has a bright smooth hop flavor that is very citrusy with grapefruit notes, slightly sweet from the triple style but far from cloying. Low bitterness for forward hop flavor. A great easy drinking beer for 9% abv. I would drink this one again for sure. Thanks Bro



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