Serving Temperature



Huge beers are acceptable and Big IPA's are far better. However, it's caring' the same, well, first you ride some incredible wheelies and afterward you get it in your mind to take a stab at hopping stuff. Possibly you start with an incline in the garage and afterward you move to greater things like genuine cougar and poisonous snakes. It's a surge and every one of your companions thinks you're pretty cool, yet in the long run, even that's insufficient so you hop through the fire, over certain trucks, some Dodge's, some Semi's, a wellspring, and later a heap of destroyed vehicles. While making strong beers it's difficult to botch the pooch and end steppin' off into a cloth doll boogie, however, your taste buds can get twisted and after some time you start to thinkin' that lone greater is better. In the end, you bounce your beer over the Snake Canyon and end up on the news in the stream with a migraine. We do burrow our beers huge and we do burrow an intermittent Flip n' Whip, a strong McMetz, or a Nack snatch... however, balance is as yet the main aptitude and the MAXIMUS IPA is actually that. Ask anybody. Ride 16 ounces. Taste the hops. Gulp the malt. Drink the juice-Live to ride another day...

  • Alcohol By Volume (ABV)
  • SRM Color Scale
    5 - 16
  • International Bitterness Units (IBUs)
  • Carbonation
    Medium to Fast Rising Bubbles
  • Clarity
    Clear to Hazy
  • Color
    Gold to Light Brown
  • Alcohol
  • Palate Body
  • Palate Carbonation
    Medium to High
  • Palate Length/Finish
  • Apparent Attenuation
    80 - 84
Food Pairings
  • Cheese
    Rich Cheeses, Epoisses, Stilton
  • Entrée
    Bone-In Pork Chops, Miso Salmon, Smoked Almonds, Smoked Meats, Grilled Lamb, Gingersnaps, Pork Chops, Beef, Grilled Fish, Frites, Focaccia, Split Pea Soup, Escargot
  • Dessert
    Carrot Cake
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