DDH 755 w/ Talus
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Citrus and mild hops. Smooth.
I wish I would have bought more of these
Nice hazy appearance and lovely light straw color. I dig the Talus hops-so smooth and grassy. I definitely get some grapefruit too.
BlackStack is quickly rising to the top of my list. Brilliant DDH, melon abound with silky hops and rind on the finish. Love it.
It’s like the perfect mix of IPA and Imperial IPA. Blackstack always makes a great IPA.
This is a great crusher! Was supposed to go to St Paul to visit fam and check this brewery out, but had to settle to ordering here due to covid. Was not disappointed!!
Great beer for on the road
Love the talus hop ... smooth as butter.
Another decent IPA from these guys
Tangy. But just ok
Black stack makes the best IPA’s and talus is becoming a favorite hop. This one hit the spot. Bright citrus flavor profile.
Citrusy and smooth. Really nice beer.
Juicy and smooth like the day shift girls at my local gentleman’s club.
totally something you wish you had more than just two. Needs to be in the store everywhere.
Very welcoming light hazy color. You would think it was pineapple juice. Extremely smooth for a DIPA and exactly what I would like to have in a NEIPA. So happy to be part of the few to taste the rare Talus hops. Every sip has consistently stayed the same.
Amazing beer easy to drink DDH. Juicy citrus smoothness.
Citrusy and smooth.
Lots of tangerine notes with this one. I pick up some lemon as well. Really juicy!
4.05/5 look: 4.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4 Poured from a 16 ounce can into an IPA glass. Look- Sudsy white head, medium haziness, straw, average head retention, below average lacing. Smell- Grassy, floral, pine resin, overall weak aromatics. Taste- Pineapple, tangerine, pine resin, earthy, slightly mild flavor. Feel- Between thin and medium body, low bitterness, soft, creamy, clean finish, gentle carbonation. Overall- Nice flavor and balance, just not as vibrant as I had expected. Also, the can states “DDH DIPA”, but this is the first 6.8% DIPA I have ever seen.
Yum! Blackstack IPAs are always a treat!