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Product of: United States
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According to the Stone Brewing Company, "So called because of the 'ruinous' effect on your palate!" First released in June 2002, Stone Ruination IPA is brewed using Columbus & Centennial hop varieties and boasts 100+ IBUs.
Review and Tasting
Sampled on 03/03/2012
Slightly hazy, orange amber with thick off white head with good retention and heavy lacing.
Pungent, floral, citrusy hops - pink grapefruit and tangerine zest.
Formidable pine resin and grapefruit zest oil bitterness is strangely palatable, even moreish with a little bready, caramel malt daring to stand up to the hop assault.
Long, pine and citrus zest finish with delightful lingering bitter orange zestyness.
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