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Beachwood Greenshift Double IPA

Tired of hops yet? Yeah, we didn't think so. And when it comes to hopped up beers, it's tough to beat Beachwood Brewing. Greenshift Double IPA is the latest in a long line of hoppy, delicious beers to come out of their highly regarded brewery, and it might be the best. Brewed to celebrate their third anniversary, Greenshift has just about everything you'd want in a Double IPA, tons of hop varities, 10% ABV, and over 100 IBU as well. It's enough to make you pack up and head straight for the West Coast on a spontaneous vacation.

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