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Hippity Hops Chrysanthemum IPA, Caution Brewing Co., Lakewood
Style: American IPA
Serving Type: 16-ounce draft pour (available in taproom only)
ABV: 7.5 percent
Hop Meter (1–10): 7
Malt Meter (1–10): 1.5
Reviewed: September 2015
I feel like IPAs...
October 30 2015, 12:10 PM
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