Microbrasserie Charlevoix Sainte-Reserve Lupulus 10%, Quebec

By / Wine + Drinks / July 5th, 2013 / 1

A beer that seems to defy categorization (though brew master Fredrick Tremblay has said that “triple IPA” might be the most accurate “…if it really matters.”), it is at once hoppy, fruity and potent. Boasting a very complex aromatic profile, it shows clove, grapefruit, tangerine and cardamom mixed in with more familiar hop and grain components. Rich, complex and just slightly boozy on the palate with a long, lingering final note reminiscent of pumpkin pie. ($11.65)

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