REVIEW: 6-4-3 Double IPA by Left Field Brewery

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6-4-3 DOUBLE IPA BY LEFT FIELD BREWERY

  • STYLE: Double IPA
  • ABV: 8.4%
  • IBU: 92
  • COUNTRY: Canada
  • REGION: Toronto, ON
  • BREWERY: Left Field Brewery

From Left Field Brewery,

Named after baseball’s most common double play, 6-4-3 is anything but routine. An unfiltered and intensely bitter Double IPA that will have you re-reading the Mitchell report to see if it’s on steroids.

Appearance | Cloudy gold with white lacing.

Smell | Pine and citrus.

Taste | Hops, pine, and citrus.

Aftertaste | Bitter, citrus, dry finish.

Overall | For a Double IPA, it’s refreshingly smooth and not bitter. Despite its high alcohol content, this brew doesn’t taste particularly boozy. Instead, the drinker is greeted with a delightful combination of pine, citrus (grapefruit), and hops. This would be fantastic on a hot summer day, or even at the ol’ ball game. This double IPA is one to look out for and well worth trying.  It has become a new favourite of The Brew Head.

Only available on tap.  Find out where they’re serving this on Left Field Brewery’s website.

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5 Pints/5 Pints

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