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Old 04-19-2006, 03:25 AM   #1
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Anyone else tried Hazed & Infused from Boulder Beer Co.? Awesome stuff. Incredible Hop aroma and bitterness, with just a tiny little bit of malt peeking through. Not for the faint of heart.

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Old 04-19-2006, 08:14 AM   #2
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Anyone else tried Hazed & Infused from Boulder Beer Co.? Awesome stuff. Incredible Hop aroma and bitterness, with just a tiny little bit of malt peeking through. Not for the faint of heart.
Wish I could get some.....
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hmm....wanna trade something?

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I like hazed & infused OK: it's a little out of balance (hops dominate everything) IMHO.

I'm pretty sure it's dryhopped with Chinook, so it has that harsher flavor element that some folks don't care for in Chinook.

If it were, say, 10 gravity points higher with the same hopping schedule, I bet I'd like it a lot better (i.e. there'd be a touch of maltiness to round out the massive hop flavor).

It's an interesting beer, though: probably something I'd order on a hot day at a bar where the drafts are served very cold. (I think I taste the hops more in a very cold beer, and since hops are really all there is to taste in this one...) I've had a few sessions of these at the sports bar I go to to watch football games sometimes.

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I have been drinking both that and their IPA. I like them both. THe Hazed is dryhopped with crystal and centennial, not chinook, which is the base bitter. I did my own little taste test of those two boulder beers and Victory hopdevil recently and I really liked both of the Boulder beers better--Victory has that "grassy" flavor that I do not care for and I wish I knew what hop it was so I could stay away from it. I like the bite and citrus flavors from chinook, centennial and cacade, which are all in the hazed beer. Unfortunately, I can't remeber if I like the IPA better than the dry-hopped ale or vice versa. oh well. one of them reminds me a little of Flying Dog's pale ale.

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I just finished a sixer of the stuff. Well I'm pretty sure Im going to give dry hopping a shot next time around now. The aroma and flavor were really good. The hops did dominate, but thats exactly what I was in the mood for. Hot day + cold hoppy beer =

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The aroma and flavor were really good. The hops did dominate, but thats exactly what I was in the mood for. Hot day + cold hoppy beer =

I'll second this. Hazed and Infuzed had a great pronunciated citrus dry hop. Wish I would have saved a few for some of the warm days coming up....
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Anyone have a clone recipe for this? This is the second 6 pack i have had of this stuff and i think its my favorite beer right now.

I think i could piece something together off of their website since they list all the ingredients but was hoping someone had already tried


http://www.boulderbeer.com/

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Anyone have a clone recipe for this? This is the second 6 pack i have had of this stuff and i think its my favorite beer right now.

I think i could piece something together off of their website since they list all the ingredients but was hoping someone had already tried


http://www.boulderbeer.com/

http://www.brewboard.com/index.php?s...20infused&st=0
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Thanks. Ill be doing a extract brew but i think i can work from what they have there and maybe substitute a bit.
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