BrewDog Hoppy Xmas 6% ABV IPA Beers 24x330ml Cans
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The taste is fairly light too, citrus lime with a slight bitter and twangy aftertaste, lemon flavours are in there, maybe a hint of grapefruit as well. Full of festive cheer from the 'batteries not included' message on the can to the fruity flavours bursting out of the beer itself, this one is a real Christmas cracker. Turning off the personalised advertising setting won’t stop you from seeing Etsy ads, but it may make the ads you see less relevant or more repetitive.Managed to get to my back door but the last few feet are on a slope so I couldn’t get close enough to get in! Approved identification includes a passport, driving licence with photograph or card with the “pass” hologram embossed on it.
BrewDog's Hoppy Xmas IPA is a seasonal beer that delivers a strong hoppy flavor and a spicy aroma, making it a perfect addition to any holiday celebration. Pours out to a medium burnt orange, forming a solid off white head with very good retention and lacing. There is a moderate bitterness which comes across as overcooked herbs; it is like eating a bay leaf that has been left in the pan for too long. Tragic (deliberately so) name aside, this is another quality IPA from Brewdog, who rarely seem to put a foot wrong with their product offerings.The pineapple and papaya flavours add a note of sweetness that takes the pithy bitter edge off the citrus.
On one side is a big message of 'batteries not included', which is a joke all parents will be able to laugh at at this time of year.Exclusive, Genuine Buckingham Palace Champagne / Sparkling Wine wooden Gift Box with sliding wooden front. There's a decent alcohol buzz, and some body (not much for a 6% ale, but par for the course for a 6% lager). An easy-drinking, smooth IPA with a light, fluffy head that pairs brilliantly with the festive season. I feel very fortunate to live in the North East of England surrounded by some great breweries - we have Jarrow, Wylam, Allendale, Durham, Mordue and my newly discovered Tyne Bank Brewery to name but a few.