Beer Review: Three Floyds Broo Doo Harvest Ale



As promised another Three Floyds beer review. First was their session and now I have their harvest ale, Broo Doo. As I was excited about Yum Yum when I came across Broo Doo I immediately snatched it up and was very excited to give it a try. This time of year in general is one of my favorite times of the year for beer. Everyone is releasing their fresh hop, wet hops and also their darker beers for the winter season like barrel aged beers and lots of limited releases. Broo Doo comes in at 7% ABV and 80 IBUs.

Appearance: Hazy light copper color with a 1 finger head and some great lacing. Very strange artwork for this 3F release…

Nose: Hops and hops and hops. Smells so fresh, light a handful of hop nuggets. Sticky resiny and dank. Pineapple, tropical fruits, mango, some pine and just an altogether awesome showcase of fresh wet hops.

Taste/Mouth: Really delicious. Lots of fruit from the nose coming over to the taste. Pineapple and tropical fruit with the pine and resin as well. Clean and sticky mouth at the same time. Really great taste and feel on this one. Can’t find a single thing I don’t like about it.

Price/Availability: Little high as usual but a little better at $12 a bomber. Fall availability.

Overall: Damn this is one dank, delicious harvest ale. Definitely one of the best I have ever had, and I have had a lot of them and a lot of good ones. Three Floyds absolutely killing this style and all the competition.

Grade: A-

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