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MASSIVE BEER REVIEWS: Mago Tago Mango IPA by Tired Hands Brewing Company

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Beer: Mago Tago

Brewery: Tired Hands Brewing Company

Style: IPA

Age: 2016

ABV: 7.80%

We’ve got some fresh, hopped-up beer from those fine folks over at Tired Hands in Ardmore near Philadelphia on today’s MBR. This is their Mago Tago IPA, a Simcoe dry hopped IPA rested on mangos.

In today’s beer-crazy world, more specifically the hazy, juicy, New England-style IPA turbid fests, there is a nonstop desire by breweries to make the latest and greatest… sometimes beauty is imagined, and sometimes mistakes are made.

Let’s see where this sucker falls.

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  • Mike Reality

    this beer was a mistake brotha. love your reviews, and this one was still accurate but im surprised you didn’t give more emphasis to the throat burning sensation