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    Gubna Imperial IPA Oskar Blues Brewery Longmont, Colorado Another canned beer gets the coveted "Must Try" badge. The "hoppiest beer" (100 IBUs!) and a 10% ABV make tihs a "dauntingly big beer" - "canned explosion" even. A "mellow and spicy" aroma leads to an "initially sweet, with a pineapple fruitiness" start, followed by a "bracing but clean" aftertaste. Time to try it!

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