Reviewed on 12-24-2020
By
Rating 94
Style Double IPA
Produced In Chicago
United States
ABV 8%
Availability Year Round

Perfect For

Backyard BBQs, Cold Weather Hibernation, Dinner Parties

Pipeworks Brewing Co. Ninja Vs. Unicorn Double IPA Review

Ninja Vs. Unicorn was Pipeworks' first canned IPA — going straight to slick-looking 16-ounce tallboys with awesome artwork that today almost seems trite — but is actually still awesome. It's still one of the, if not the most popular Pipeworks beer, and for good reason: It's boozy but balanced, with fruity berry and citrus flavors and a crisp medium body. Pipeworks ebbs and flows in popularity around NYC, but having once loved this beer and brewery, I found myself falling in love with it all over again later this year as the weather started turning crispy and chilly. Perfect for cold winter days and lazy summer afternoons alike, Ninja Vs. Unicorn is a very good example of the style now, as much as when it was originally released in 2015. (This move fast in Beer World.) By the way, Ninja always wins.

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Pipeworks Brewing Co. Ninja Vs. Unicorn Double IPA
Ninja Vs. Unicorn was Pipeworks' first canned IPA — going straight to slick-looking 16-ounce tallboys with awesome artwork that today almost seems trite — but is actually still awesome. It's still one of the, if not the most popular Pipeworks beer, and for good reason: It's boozy but balanced, with fruity berry and citrus flavors and a crisp medium body. Pipeworks ebbs and flows in popularity around NYC, but having once loved this beer and brewery, I found myself falling in love with it all over again later this year as the weather started turning crispy and chilly. Perfect for cold winter days and lazy summer afternoons alike, Ninja Vs. Unicorn is a very good example of the style now, as much as when it was originally released in 2015. (This move fast in Beer World.) By the way, Ninja always wins.

Reviewed On: 12-24-2020
94
POINTS
Pipeworks Brewing Co. Ninja Vs. Unicorn Double IPA
Ninja Vs. Unicorn was Pipeworks' first canned IPA — going straight to slick-looking 16-ounce tallboys with awesome artwork that today almost seems trite — but is actually still awesome. It's still one of the, if not the most popular Pipeworks beer, and for good reason: It's boozy but balanced, with fruity berry and citrus flavors and a crisp medium body. Pipeworks ebbs and flows in popularity around NYC, but having once loved this beer and brewery, I found myself falling in love with it all over again later this year as the weather started turning crispy and chilly. Perfect for cold winter days and lazy summer afternoons alike, Ninja Vs. Unicorn is a very good example of the style now, as much as when it was originally released in 2015. (This move fast in Beer World.) By the way, Ninja always wins.

Reviewed On: 12-24-2020