The Stone Points Unknown IPA collaboration with Ecliptic and Wicked Weed had my name written all over it. Double IPA, check. Barrel-Aged Belgian Style Tripel, check. Two of my favorite styles a Double IPA and a Belgian Style Tripel all rolled into one bountiful beer. The beer poured a deep golden amber with a huge fluffy head with great retention. The aroma was more in the double IPA territory with citrus and tropical fruit hop tones like a fresh orange with some slight tinges of Belgian yeast and spices. Not a dynamic aroma but still a nice citrusy IPA aroma. The taste was where the Points Unknown really took off. There was a plethora of dank and citrus hop notes with a hint of pine that were intertwined with the Belgian tripel yeast and spice tones and a hint of barrel to round it all out. There was a lot going on in this one. As soon as one flavor exerted itself another came behind it and pushed itself to the forefront. It was a dynamic and delightful drinking experience that never became overly bitter or overly boozy. There seemed to be a slight tannic finish as it warmed but in the end the Points Unknown IPA was a unique and exciting beer to drink. Stone seems to never fail on these collaborations and this was another home run in my book.