Moa Royal Belgian Double IPA

Crofty's Beer Blog

I picked this one up with the White IPA (see previous post), seemed like a good idea at the time, given they were sitting there side by side…. didn’t realise it was a “Belgian” DIPA. Not necessarily being a big fan of a lot of the Belgian/American Pale hybrid’s I approach this with a reasonable level of concern that I’ve burnt some cash.

It pours a Gold/Honey colour white head that just like the White IPA takes a fair bit to get going and seems to disappear quite quickly… perhaps this is a Moa trait, anyone else experience this? The aroma suggests this beer is quite resiny, so I perk up a bit 🙂 big hop load in the aroma.

The flavour is fairly bitter right up front which continues through the palate until the very end where you get some alcohol warmth. Starting to wish I’d poured this into a…

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