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  • n. The state of being hoppy.


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  • "You want a real hoppiness to combat that spice," Ms. Jensen says.

    The Art of Picking the Perfect Beer for a Meal

  • I didn't actually take notes (that's one of the reasons I like drinking beer, remember?) so I don't have full notes, but this is a well-balanced IPA that really shows great balance between malty, fruity richness and citrusy-evergreen hoppiness.

    New York Beer

  • And if you like heat, try an IPA with spicy food – the hoppiness really pumps up the spice quotient!

    Learn To Pair Beer With Food | Lifehacker Australia

  • These beers were distinguished by long maturation, high alcoholic strength and hoppiness.

    Britain’s top ten liquid sensations

  • Even Great Lakes' Dortmunder Gold is more malty and not as dry with a more pronounced hoppiness to it.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Summary: I'm a hophead, I like my IPAs on the thin side with plenty of hoppiness; it really comes down to whether you require balance out of your IPAs or whether you like your IPAs as mild hop-bombs.

    Rush River Bubblejack IPA

  • Aroma: roasted and burnt but muted with a light earthy, grassy hoppiness fuggles maybe?

    PorterPalooza #2 - St. Peter's Old-Style Porter

  • I mean, I put down more than my share, but the qualities beer lovers seek from their libations – body, hoppiness, aftertaste, etc – are the ones I avoid.

    Matthew Yglesias » Confessions of a Former Beer Snob

  • Not that they're bad at all, I just prefer the crispness and hoppiness and bitterness of, e.g., ESBs and IPAs.

    Einbecker Ur-Bock

  • It doesn't have the lovely stanky hoppiness of, e.g., Green Flash IPA indeed the Eastern IPAs generally shy away from that, in contrast to CO, CA, WA and OR, but it retains a solid bitter character, is not overly malty and is eminently drinkable.

    Boston Beer Roundup


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