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Title: S.A. Dark Depths
Post by: jeffy on May 12, 2012, 09:15:51 PM
Here's an interesting concept from Sam Adams.  It says it's a Baltic IPA with Saaz, Zeus, Ahtanum and Simcoe, fermented with lager yeast and that it's 7.6 abv.
I'm enjoying it.  Perhaps too much roast malt flavors for the amount of American hops (see the thread on Cross Dressing Amateurs), but still it is nothing like I've ever tried before.
I like the fact that they're bottling strange things like this.  Next up is a bottle of Cinder Bock.
Title: Re: S.A. Dark Depths
Post by: narvin on May 12, 2012, 09:28:39 PM
I enjoyed this one.  Very interesting take on the hoppy dark beer style.