I know I am starting to sound like a broken record but I love double IPAs and Hill Farmstead is certainly making some of the best and more of them than most breweries. Picked up a full 2 liter growler of Society & Solitude #3 on my last visit and I’m glad I went for the full 2 liter.
This beer has a similar appearance to most of Hill’s hoppy beers with a nice unfiltered orange color and thick white head. Aroma has lots of grapefruit, citrus and some pine. Overall this one gets high marks before I have even tasted it.
The taste is the best part though with huge hop flavor; citrus, grapefruit and pine all come through with a fair amount of bitterness that does not linger too long. Mouthfeel is excellent leaving a slight oily film.
Overall another excellent DIPA from Hill Farmstead.
Alcohol Content: 8.0% ABV
IBU (Bitterness): ??
Brewers Website: Hill Farmstead
Brewers Description: The series of experimental Double IPAs continues. This one is hopped with ample amounts of Columbus and is reminiscent of… an Imperial Harlan?