Uinta Crooked Line Detour Double IPA is a rather big beer from Uinta Brewing Co. in Salt Lake City, Utah. This Imperial IPA is very hoppy, with four hops involved. At 9.50% ABV, and with 74 IBUs, Uinta Crooked Line Detour Double IPA pours out a deep amber with gold highlights and a dense frothy ivory head that settles gradually. The nose of this DIPA is of citrus and pine hops, caramel malts, and fruity alcohol esters as the ale warms. The taste opens with sweet malts, rolling into white grapefruit, orange pith, and pine resins, with grassy hops leading to a warm bitter finish. This DIPA is a full bodied beer with a lingering alcohol finish and perky carbonation. Look for Uinta Crooked Line Detour Double IPA year-round in bottles and on-tap. Sip Uinta Crooked Line Detour Double IPA from a snifter, tulip, or oversized wine glass at 50-55 degrees F.