More Spiteful Double IPAs, cause why not right? This time the topic is Dave, a guy who needs to get his shit together. Everyone knows a few Daves. Disheveled Dave comes in at 9% ABV.
Appearance: Straw/golden yellow with a slight haze. 1 finger head which dissipates quickly and not a ton of lacing.
Nose: Not a huge nose on this one. Some citrus, subtle notes of orange, lime and tangerine.
Taste/Mouth: What this beer lacks in the aroma department it more than makes up for in taste. Packed with huge citrus orange, mango and pine hop flavors. Nice amount of bitterness with a strong malt backbone. Feels and finishes pretty light considering the ABV and is extremely drinkable.
Price/Availability: Another rotating beer in the “People” double IPA series (they like to name beers after people).
Overall: This beer is a little different than most of the other Spiteful Double IPAs I have reviewed. It is still a super solid DIPA, very drinkable and huge in the flavor department. The guys at Spiteful really know whats up cause I have yet to have anything even mediocre from them and this is another great offering.