Reviewed on 2020-12-27
By
Rating 93
Style Double IPA
Produced In Paso Robles, Calif.
United States
ABV 9.5%
Availability Year Round

Perfect For

End of Day Sipping, Pizza Night, Taco Tuesday

Firestone Walker Double Jack Double IPA Review

Double Jack is back! Indeed, “bring back Double Jack” became a rallying cry on the brewery’s social media accounts since this beer was discontinued in 2016 has finally paid off. Mostly for Firestone Walker. The imperial version of the original Union Jack, widely known as one of the first definitively West Coast IPAs, is making a big, hoppy, malty comeback with grapefruit skin and grain on the nose, grapefruit juice on the palate, and bold bitterness on the finish.

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POINTS
Firestone Walker Double Jack Double IPA
Double Jack is back! Indeed, “bring back Double Jack” became a rallying cry on the brewery’s social media accounts since this beer was discontinued in 2016 has finally paid off. Mostly for Firestone Walker. The imperial version of the original Union Jack, widely known as one of the first definitively West Coast IPAs, is making a big, hoppy, malty comeback with grapefruit skin and grain on the nose, grapefruit juice on the palate, and bold bitterness on the finish.

Reviewed On: 12-27-2020
93
POINTS
Firestone Walker Double Jack Double IPA
Double Jack is back! Indeed, “bring back Double Jack” became a rallying cry on the brewery’s social media accounts since this beer was discontinued in 2016 has finally paid off. Mostly for Firestone Walker. The imperial version of the original Union Jack, widely known as one of the first definitively West Coast IPAs, is making a big, hoppy, malty comeback with grapefruit skin and grain on the nose, grapefruit juice on the palate, and bold bitterness on the finish.

Reviewed On: 12-27-2020