DetailsPouring a pint of this beastly ale will overcome your senses with intense hop character. Dominant notes of citrus, stone fruits, and floral character relentlessly invade your nostrils while the soft malt backbone and slight honey flavor mingle in the background and round out the palate. Hopwham’s deep golden hue produces a firm, billowy, off-white foam head which serves as the vehicle for releasing the uncanny aroma produced by a colossal dry-hop addition. Be sure to maintain vigilance while enjoying this powerful brew - Hopwham’s 10% ABV and huge hop character can easily render you witless.
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3.8 / 5.05 ReviewspriceI understand it's a big beer but you need to bring the price down on this oneJanuary 7, 2016Incredible FlavorOther reviewers say its expensive, I agree, BUT, the outcome is incredible. By far the best beer I've ever brewed.August 4, 2016Worth every pennyOK, so I took the plunge and bought this *quite* expensive kit. I bought it with a coupon, so I saved a bit. Regardless, this beer was nothing short of sublime. 9.5% ABV is what I got out of it. It was perfectly balanced; not overly sweet, no alcohol burn whatsoever and the hops were nicely balanced. The only thing I would say is that its not quite bitter enough and doesn't have enough nose. I'll definitely brew it again; but will adjust the hop schedule accordingly. Buy this and you won't regret it.November 6, 2016$80???I love you guys but $80 is ridiculous. Sorry.January 7, 2016
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Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 2 answersWhat grains are used for this kit?BEST ANSWER: The specialty grains included in this kit are Briess Caramel 20LWhy is the price so high? I understand there is more fermentables and hops but it is $30 more then other kits with similar ingredients.BEST ANSWER: When priced out for the individual ingredients, they come out to about $90. It includes 3 ounces Simcoe and 4 ounces Amarillo which are more expensive than other hops. Not the cheapest beer kit but a very delicious one! Cheers!What is your highest selling IPA?