@lagunitasbeer Bitter Oats in #properglassware with my @YOpeners

@lagunitasbeer Bitter Oats in #properglassware with my @YOpeners

Bitter Oats (2016 One-Hitter)

Brewery: Lagunitas Brewing Co. Petaluma, CA
Beer Style:  Double IPA
ABV:  10.5%
IBUs: n/a

Beer God's Notes

Well, my first thoughts were… “damn this is a dank beer” – it’s super sticky and resinous.  My second thought was “oh crap, I gotta go get more of this!”  It’s absolutely delicious and I wish there was an IBU number on it.  I’m betting it’s super high just from the mouthfeel I get after drinking it.

Lagunitas is one of those breweries that keep surprising me — and this beer is no different.  I hope to see more Bitter Oats in the near future.


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