Monday, May 7, 2012

Oskar Blues Deviant Dale's

Deviant Dales poured a clear, dark copper color with a finger width, white head. The aroma is incredibly clean with piney hops. The body is thick, almost syrupy like with a sweetness and bready malt up front. The body thins out a bit and the piney hops from the aroma come forward. The finish is sharp and bone dry.

Overall, this is another really good offering from Dales. A big IPA, it is balanced and hides the ABV well.

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