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Sunday, February 19, 2012

Tap Handle #60: Anheuser-Busch - Demon's Hop Yard IPA

This is a great tap, featuring a demon hand holding a foamy glass of beer. There are also hop leaves wrapped around the base of the hand. Very cool!

Demon's Hop Yard is another one of those local Anheuser-Busch brews like Skipjack and Tarpon Spoon. It is brewed in Merrimack, New Hampshire and is the result of a "you  choose it, we'll brew it" campaign in 2006. New England residents voted online and picked Demon's Hop Yard over Stone Face, a brown ale, and Leaf Peeper Pils, a high-alcohol Pilsner. Demon's Hop Yard is one of the highest-rated brews you'll see from a macrobrewery (that's not saying much), with a grassy, citrus aroma, although some suggest that the use of Northwest hops would make it more flavorful. Weighted average on is 2.82 out of 5.

Since this is another A-B local brew, there's no website and no listing of it on A-B's website.

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