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  1. chuck
    January 24, 2017 @ 7:14 pm

    I first enjoyed Hopslam 2 years ago then missed out last year. Well today my son saw the announcement by a local gourmet beer outlet and we were able to purchase 2 6-packs. We chilled 2 cans, one for each of us, and yes, it was delicious. Without a doubt the smoothest double IPA I have had. My son said it is because of the honey and the special, top quality hops. We will go through our supply slowly….it’s good.


  2. Details on 2017 Bell's Hopslam Release •
    January 22, 2017 @ 12:26 pm

    […] READ: Editorial – HopSlam or HypeSlam? […]


  3. AK
    January 18, 2017 @ 1:59 pm

    Also, Nugget Nectar was right up there with Hopslam in the mid-2000s as a limited hoppy release that everyone was trading for, not a beer that came along after and took away the attention (like Heady Topper did fiveish years ago).


  4. AK
    January 18, 2017 @ 1:54 pm

    Heady Topper wasn’t even a “thing” until Hopslam had been around for most of a decade.


  5. anonymous
    January 12, 2017 @ 8:44 am

    I really wish you would have done your homework before you wrote this. Bell’s has increased their volume of Hopslam production for the past few years. They just have more states to distribute to.


  6. JP
    January 11, 2017 @ 6:34 pm

    Does this question even need to be asked? Of course HopSlam has already veered into HypeSlam territory; that ship sailed a few years ago.

    And holy crap, this article was horribly written! Does employ copy editors? “Alot”, “due to the flavor profile”, “2000’s, IPA’s, ABV’s ” (no apostrophe for ANY of them is correct) – just a few of the 8th-grade level mistakes I’ve seen.

    Do you realize Stone has been making hoppy beer since before HopSlam came into existence?

    And no mention of Ruination, just the regular Stone IPA?

    “Impacting IPAs” ??? There dozens of better ways to phrase that.

    This article needs a little work, to say the least.


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