Australian Cheat Codes
Junkyard Brewing Company
A Note on This Beer
The last time we featured Junkyard’s juicy Cheat Codes, all you Tavour members gulped up those monster cans faster than we could tell you which buttons to press!
So, for today’s Australian Cheat Codes Hazy IPA, we’re going to attempt to slow you down a bit by explaining all of the delicious details using Aussie slang as code words.
Rort: Cheat. You could definitely call it cheating — Junkyard used 100% mango, pineapple, and passion fruit-flooded Australian Hops. The Vic Secret, Galaxy, and Enigma hop bill is no mystery, but how they got a hold of such massive amounts of these super sought-after cones sure is!
Fossick: Search / rummage. Beer nerds scramble to find these wine bottle-sized 25.4oz cans of thick, hop-nectar everywhere outside of Minnesota. Even at Junkyard’s taproom, these puppies don’t last long. And, today’s measly 45-case stash won’t either.
Walkabout: Wander off. We understand if you’ve had a long day/week/2020, and you need to go on a walkabout to clear your head. But, with a giant, 10.6% ABV can of Australian Cheat Codes in your pack, you’ll have enough hop-juice to get you through an entire day-hike!
Junkyard won Growler Mag's “Best of Show” blind tasting IPA competition!
Rated 4.24 on Untappd
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Packaged On November 9th, 2020
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A lot of citrus bitterness
Like nothing I’ve had before. Thick with full body
Excellent hop flavor, I got a bit of a smoky finish which was unexpected
Super boozy IPA with some tasty hoppiness it’s smooth and citrusy... run if u can’t take boozy
Little too peachy and sweet for me. Lacking the “acidity” of the more citrusy hopped brews.
Mango and peach on the nose. Very fruit forward, but balanced finish. Really enjoyed it.
Hoppy and delicious! Ridiculous can too, I love it
Smooth and amazing
Great beer love the can
Something had to be wrong with this can. I mean, it just tasted horrible! Bitter to the point of being undrinkable.
Waaay too bitter, tasted like angry green hops. Not pleasant, probably got a bad can :(
Super juicy, fruit forward. Can tell it’s a strong beer. A+
Definitely a strong taste surprisingly not too piney but had a spicy undertone.
Refreshing. Deceivingly strong!!
So bitter, guessing I had a bad can. Drain pour.
Great juice nice and thick mouthfeel, very drinkable
Wasn't the biggest fan. A little too dry and bitter for my liking. That being said, it was an asked taste. It drank well enough to be fine by the end of the can
Sweet, super cloudy, very, very big and chewy. Almost like drinking straight from the keg.
Tangerine and others hit you in the face, then a bitter bite on the tongue with pine finish. Do we need 750ml mini keg of something this strong? Perhaps not, but I did finish it. As the art depicts - a kick in the head.
Opens with citrus but finishes with booze and bitterness. Shared with a friend during an outdoor beer share. Recommended to share with a buddy.
Too boozy tasting
Have had many other IPAs at this high ABV that were more approachable.
Original taste. Don’t hate it don’t love it but a fun drink at that ABV
Boozy. Not a bad beer, nice bitter IPA taste.
Tropical booze, very good
Very bitter. Almost cocoa in there
Didn’t care for the bitter taste, can’t pinpoint it but it’s almost a musty Smokey taste. Very boozy and strong as indicated.
Better than the last one from junkyard I ordered. The other one was undrinkable, so a very low bar to beat. Save your money, these are not worth it IMO.
Big can, big flavor
Easy to drink, great flavor
wildly boozy triple
Big and boozy; Thick, rich, and hearty body like down home chilli; The aftertaste is this pungent, smoky, deeply earthy mouth filling avalanche; It's like when you can hear a thunderstorm coming from miles away; it's muffled but deeply resinous, like your upstairs neighbor dropping a heavy toolbag wrapped in thick cloth on the hardwood floors in a cave. And before the dankness descends, the start of each sip envelopes the palate in sickly sweet tropical malaise.
Had high hopes for this beer but it just didn’t do it for me.
Uh oh ... a 25+ Ounce NE TIPA... citrusy Vic Secret, Galaxy and Enigma but also interestingly enough it’s kinda smoky. Night night.
Mango and pithy papaya through to nice smooth hops. Smoky, antiseptic finish. not their best.
Extremely hopy. Not enjoyable.
Super boozy. Not crushable at all
Big 750ml can from Tavour. Pours a nice thick, murky mustard color with a thin cap of foamy head. Aroma is overripe fruit and a ton of hops. Taste is a full on hop assault, dank and bitter, citrus peel, melon, pine. A real kick in the mouth. Plenty of warmth too, at 10.5%.
Good Lord! Hops stand up to the gravity in glorious way. Has all the things a triple IPA should have in spades. Nighty Night
Mango fruit forward, slight citrusy for a triple IPA this crushed. Very little bitterness, super juicy for only using hops this was amazing!
Tastes even stronger than it is. Hard to drink. Poured out the rest.
smooth for how hard it hits