The Audacity Of Hops is a, “Belgian style Double IPA,” that couples Belgian yeast with a ridiculous amount of hops and I love it.
The smell is toffee apples and bread dough on an old oak dresser and there’s a hefty caramel and brioche malt.
It’s sweet and round and chewy and it’s beautifully tempered by the spicy barnyard meatiness of the yeast.
Stamping all over this are a shed load of hops.
Big and bolshy, sharp as a tack hops, packed with oranges and grapefruit, nettles, tobacco and pine resin, the way they run around your face is worth the admission price alone.
And with a spicy, woody, dry and bitter finish, this is a really good beer.
Source: Beers Of Europe