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A Note on This Beer
Juicy Hops: Double Dry-Hopped with Mosaic, Simcoe, Citra, and Amarillo. Taste: Tons of tropical flavors like juicy pineapple and dank papaya, along with a huge dose of mandarin and grapefruit. It finishes dry with nuances of berry and stonefruit. Mouthfeel: Softer than soft! This 8% ABV brew drinks smoother than most beers with half that booze!
For the last hour or so, I’ve been sipping on today’s Misanthropic Apathy Imperial IPA (Ghost 765) and trying to decide if the name is really accurate.
Did the boys at Virginia’s Adroit Theory just think the name sounded cool? Or is this beer actually filled with hatred for mankind? There’s a case to be made either way, so let’s examine the evidence!
1) Misanthropic Apathy is super limited. It’s nearly impossible to find outside of Virginia. In fact, everything Adroit makes is hard to get a hold of. That’s the part that makes me think the name of today’s brew may be right on target. Their new releases regularly sell out before they’re even canned!
How mean is that?! They make a delicious beer and get me all excited, then they snatch it away at the last minute because it’s already sold out.
Okay, okay, they’re a small brewery, and they really can’t make huge batches. And I know they care enough to share a little stash with us, so we can hook you up. And besides, on the other hand...
2) This stuff is crazy juicy! Certainly no apathy there! One taste of this brew and it’s obvious that these guys care about their beer!
And misanthropic? I think not. They wouldn’t create an 8% ABV juicebomb that drinks smoother than a session beer if they didn’t love their fans.
Grab a can, and you’ll be able to taste all that care and love, despite what the name might say! And when you share a can or two of this hard-to-find hazy with your buds, they’ll know you care about them, too.
At least a little.
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Packaged On August 14th, 2019