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Hoppin’ Frog Hop Master’s Abbey Belgian-style Double I.P.A. Beer Review

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Brewed by Hoppin’ Frog Brewey


Style: Belgian IPA

8.50% ABV

Serve at 40-45 Degrees

Enjoyed from a DFH Signature glass

A: Pours a slightly hazy golden color with a thin white head. Minimal lacing.

S: Yeasty with a little bit of hops. There’s an unpleasant aroma within, almost like beef broth.

T: Belgian yeast and spices, if there’s a hint of malts here, I can’t taste it. The taste is so off that I didn’t finish the bomber.

M: Medium-bodied with a dry finish.

O: Belgian beers aren’t my favorite by any stretch of the imagination, but I don’t entirely blame my American IPA palette. The smell and aftertaste of what I can only describe as beef ruins it for me. Stone makes a much better offering for a Belgian IPA and I would recommend starting there if you’re searching for the style. I really like Hoppin’ Frog, but this is a meh beer at best. Pass.

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1 Comment on Hoppin’ Frog Hop Master’s Abbey Belgian-style Double I.P.A. Beer Review

  1. The Price Makes Me Think Fancy…
    …But The Name Suggest Something Totally Different.
    I Don’t Know What That Is, But It Ain’t Fancy.
    And Your Distaste For It Makes Me Think It’s Even LESS Fancy Than Not Fancy.
    To Be Blunt…
    …It Appears Fancyless.
    I’m A Bit Disappointed Sir.
    When Are You Going To Review “STEEL RESERVE” or “STAG” !!!
    They Ain’t Fancy Either, And Honestly Taste HORRID…
    …But They WILL Put Your Ass On The Floor If You Drink 3 or 4 Of’em! hahahahaha
    Hope The Weekend Is Treating You Right, Dude!
    Peace, Love and Axle-Grease!!!

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