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Old 12-26-2007, 03:29 AM   #1
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I tried this beer yesterday, $11 for a four pack. Very Hoppy, Alc 9%. I put one in storage for some aging may be some more of the malt will come through after a year or so. This beer was thick. A ton of body, Thats the only thing I did'nt like, If you like hops try this one out. They have a 120minute IPA but I have not tried it yet. They say they continually hop this beer for 90 minutes, I guess a hop additon for each minute.


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Old 12-26-2007, 04:04 AM   #2
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Yeah. I like that beer but in small doses.
After I drink a couple a feel like I just had a big meal and several beers.


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The 90 is definitely good, I havent found the 120 yet but can't wait to. I love ridiculous IPA's.
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Mark me down as not a fan of the idea of aging/cellaring 90 and 120...they can be on the edge of cloying as is. I have had a few that I suspect were a bit long in the tooth while on the store shelf and that sticky sweetness was really pronounced and not to my liking....accentuating that wouldn't be to my preferences.
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I've had the 60 and the 90min. 60 is almost an accessible brew for non-hop heads, 90 is up there and intensely hopped, I loved it. A local bar has the 90m and they're great because they're so strong and they're about the same price of getting them in a store, of course I cant drink anything after those retard my pallet.

I saw the 120Min at Whole *Paycheck* Foods and they wanted $10 for a 12oz bottle sorry but thats drawing the line for me. I guess I wont ever have that beer if that price is indicative of what they average price is for them.
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Have not tried any but the 60. My brother went out and bought a case of 60 and found that it was just too much for him, so he gave me the almost-full case (24/12oz), which seels for about $35 here in PA. He made my day.
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Have not tried any but the 60. My brother went out and bought a case of 60 and found that it was just too much for him, so he gave me the almost-full case (24/12oz), which seels for about $35 here in PA. He made my day.
Tell your brother to get the 90minute
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My local grocer had the 90 for 8 bucks last week and I tried it for the first time. Loved it! Went back for more...sold out!
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An excellent IPA and one that would definately benefit from some aging. I love this stuff and look forward to trying the 120 min when I find it again.
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had my first bottle of this the other week. Fantastic beer with a great hoppiness to it.

I love how well it hides the 9%.


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