Hyperbolic, an American Double IPA by Coppertail Brewing Co.

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Hyperbolic is an American Double IPA brewed by Coppertail Brewing Co., and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in an IPA glass from a bottle.

Appearance

Pours a cloudy, golden-orange with an inch-thick cap of soapy white foam that bubbles away gently. A spittle of lace coats the glass.

Aroma

Tropical fruits dominate an aroma backed by a scent of pine.

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Flavor

A sharp bite of lemon strikes the palate at the onset, receding to sweeter flavors of pineapple and mango before abruptly finishing with a dry bite of piney hops.

Mouthfeel

Mouthfeel is crisp with a medium body and ample carbonation.

Overall

The Hyperbolic is oh so easy to crush, in spite of its 8.0% ABV. Though more balance would be preferred, hopheads will certainly appreciate the bite of this brew. Otherwise, the flavors of this DIPA are really good.

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