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Originally, the word "thanks" was used in American parlance to describe particularly dark, damp and disgusting cellars, caves or dark holes. The word had a negative connotation throughout until it caught on in the cannabis scene and was established for particularly resinous and potent strains. Now “thanks” has developed further and is used by craft beer aficionados for hoppy, cloudy and powerful beers.
An excellent example of a beer that wonderfully represents the term “dank” is Dank & Juicy from Dry & Bitter. The Danish brewers have created a stately India Pale Ale in the West Coast style, which is stuffed to the brim with the hops Citra, Equinox and Mosaic. The beer is sold in fancy cans and has a decent 6.2% alcohol content.
In the glass, Dry & Bitters Dank & Juicy is presented in a wonderfully cloudy gold tone. A thick crown of snow-white, creamy foam sits enthroned on the naturally cloudy Köroer, which smells tempting of grassy hops, exotic fruit and tangy citrus fruits. The initial drink rolls over the mouth with a tidal wave of refreshing fruit: pineapple, mango, passion fruit, orange, grapefruit and papaya meet soft oats and spicy yeast on the palate. Delicate notes of herbs and a crisp bitterness give the beer the finishing touch.
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