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The power of an engine is measured in horsepower. When automobiles conquered the market in the late 19th century, they still had to compete with carriages, so horsepower was adopted as the unit of measurement for the sake of simplicity. Today you can hardly do anything with the info, but you can still find the horsepower of a car in its data sheet and on the maps of quartets.
To aptly describe the sheer power of their Double India Pale Ale, the brewers at the American brewery Aviator Brewing have named their creation Horsepower. To compensate for the unimaginable amount of hops used, an equally large portion of malt was brewed. The grain creates a stable stature that perfectly showcases the hop excess.
Horsepower is a hop festival that pours into the glass in copper red gold. A hop bouquet with a malt kick rises from the airy head of foam: citrus notes and pine resin combine with a hint of caramel and promise powerful enjoyment in both camps. The initial taste reveals a powerful beer with lingering bitterness, persistent malt body and a variety of classic hop tones. Unlike many IPAs, Horsepower brings out the earthier, woody and bitter flavor components of Green Gold and is less fruity and playful than its peers.
If you like real, unfined and hard-hitting hops, you've come to the right place.
Water, barley malt, hops, yeast
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