- Price (4 pack): $14
- Style: Double IPA (N/A IBU)
- ABV: 8.0%
- Brewery: Prairie Artisan Ales
- Location: Tulsa, OK
Brewery Insights: Phantasmagoria combines a blend of malts and hops with citrus and piney flavors to create a perfectly crafted DIPA.
Overall Score: 5.1
Phantasmagoria has an exceptionally light color for a DIPA. The appearance concerns are justified as the palate is below average. This is a hazy beer masquerading as a DIPA. The citrus flavors are extreme and the hops our low (slightly noticeable). I love Prairie for their unique beers and delicious stouts/sours, but it’s disappointing they made a terrible DIPA.
Apparently, Phantasmagoria is a horror video game released in 1995. That seems fitting, since the taste of this beer is borderline horrific and almost as shitty as that video game (checkout the YouTube video for 30 seconds). The flavors are heavy citrus with strong haze, none of which you expect in a DIPA. McLovin’s ID in Superbad was more believable than the stats on Phantasmagoria (8% DIPA). Avoid this beer and the video game, but cheers Degenerates!
You can find Phantasmagoria on the following Degenerate listings:
- Double IPA Reviews
- IPA Reviews
- Oklahoma Reviews
- Prairie Artisan Ale Reviews