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New beer from Southern Tier is always an interesting prospect. Iniquity, an imperial black ale sure seems like it will be interesting to say the least.
From the label:
" The hexagram talisman has been used around the world for centuries to invoke magic and god luck. The six-point start is also the customary symbol of brewing representing the essential and pure ingredients of the craft: water, hops, grain, malt, yeast and of course the brewer.
Wishes of good fortune often collaborate with the brewers creativity to yield dramatic results. We carefully chose this name for this imperial IBA. Iniquity - a word opposing goodness. Why? This beer is contrary to what one may expect from an IPA; this is an ale as black as night. It is the antithesis of of Unearthly.
Some may consider it an immoral act to blacken and ale. We suggest they don't rely on conventional standards. Allow the darkness to consume you. Cheers!"
We're ecstatic that that Troegs finally started distributing near us, and now after discovering this beer we're even more excited.
Dubbed the "Flying Mouflan" the label states:
"This alluring ale is like "pushing our Nuggest Nectar off the side of a cliff" tastes like hops dipped in candied sugar and rolled in dark chocolate nibs. Patient beer lovers who cellar the Moulfan will be rewarded with mellowed hops and lucious malt."
At 9.3% abv this seems like quite the beer. Can't wait to try this one!