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North Peak Diabolical IPA

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North Peak Diabolical IPA

Beer Information

Serving types:
  • 1/2BBL
  • Bottled 12oz
  • Six-pack Bottles
Best Served in:
Pint (Nonic or Tumbler)
Shelf Life
Drink upon purchase
Alcohol by Volume (ABV):
International Bitterness Units (IBU):
66.6 IBU's
Availability:
Available Year-round
Still Brewed:
Yes

Product Notes

The devil made us do it. From the ABV and IBU figures to the fiendish use of Cascade, Perle and Willamette hops, Lucifer was whispering in our ears the entire time. Citrus and pine scents greet you and are followed by the sharp bitterness expected of an IPA. The beer’s true wickedness is revealed in the smooth Pale, Crystal 30 and wheat malts that surreptitiously broaden the beer’s appeal to more than just hopheads.

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Diabolically awesome!
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6.9
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One of my go-to beers that is great year round! North Peak is located in Traverse City, Michigan and always has wonderful craft-beer on tap. This particular beer, Diabolical Indian Pale Ale, is their most popular to find on tap at Michigan bars. I have found that the colder it's served the better it tastes.

North Peak's Diabolical IPA has a caramel copper tone, a decent white foamy head, and a medium hop aroma. There can be small citrus hints in the smell as well as the taste. For an IPA I would say that it comes in at a medium level of hop flavor... which is nice if you like IPA's but do not want to be overtaken by too much hop taste.

It comes in at 6.66% ABV and 66.6 IBU's. You can pick up a 6-pack (in Michigan) somewhere between $8.99 and $9.99 at your local grocery.

Beer Review information

Served From:
Bottle
Where drank?
The Mancave
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