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Dancing Gnome Beer | Infinite Highway

Dancing Gnome Beer | Infinite Highway
Gregory Acero

Featured image courtesy of Dancing Gnome Beer’s Facebook page.

Style: DIPA | ABV: 8.0%

Most people have seen the movie Toy Story and know the famous quote of Buzz Lightyear—”To infinity… and beyond!” I can’t help but think of this quote any time I drink Dancing Gnome Beer’s Infinite Highway. Even on the can you see a spaceship, so how can you not refer back to Toy Story?

Tasting Notes

When you crack open the can you can smell the tropical fruit and hops right away. It pours a hazy orange and yellow color with aromas of passion fruit and pineapple. Brewed with Galaxy, Citra, and Mosaic hops, the fact that Infinite Highway is double dry-hopped is what makes this beer out-of-this-world delicious! Described by Dancing Gnome as having “intense aromas and flavors of pineapple, passion fruit, crushed berries, citrus zest, pears and crushed red berries. Soft and hazy, Infinite Highway has a super low bitterness that makes it dangerously drinkable.” I can testify to this because of how easy it is to throw back! You’ll honestly lose track of how many you can drink. Infinite Highway is an absolute enjoyable DIPA for anyone looking for that haze!

When Dancing Gnome first canned this beer, they had a long line of craft beer loyalists waiting for the can release. When the time came, it sold out quick! And since that time, Dancing Gnome has canned a few of their beers and has had great success. Dancing Gnome is a definite visit when you drink in Pittsburgh. A super chill environment with great food trucks in front, Dancing Gnome makes for an enjoyable environment for family and friends. Cheers to DG and PD! “To infinity and beyond!”

Photo courtesy of Gregory Acero

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