Available on draft and in 6-pack and 12-pack 12-ounce cans, plus 19.2-ounce “stovepipe” cans.
Terrapin’s Depth Perception Imperial IPA easily fits the “dangerously drinkable” category. Brewed with 2-row, malted wheat, CaraMalt and Crystal 45, hopped with CTZ, Chinook and Crystal, and dry-hopped with CTZ, Centennial and Simcoe, it delivers classic West Coast IPA aromas and favors. In a world of haze, its lovely amber color, rocky head, and complex bittersweet balance is impressive. At 9.1% alcohol, it’s kind of crazy good.
Depth Perception is a big, bold IPA, but it’s surprisingly food-friendly. Still, I’d pair it with equally strong flavors, such as barbecue ribs, pork vindaloo, Thai Tom Yum or Korean Kimchi Jjigae.
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