BJ’s Committed Double Ipa Nutrition Facts

Nutrition facts and Weight Watchers points for Committed Double Ipa from BJ’s.

BJ’s Committed Double Ipa Calories

There are 280 calories in Committed Double Ipa.


Committed Double Ipa Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 Serving
Calories 280
Calories From Fat
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g 0%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g  
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 13mg 1%
Total Carbohydrates 22g 7%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars 0g  
Protein 5g 10%
Vitamin A   ?
Vitamin C   ?
Calcium   ?
Iron   ?

*All percent daily value figures are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Nutritional information source: BJ’s

BJ’s Committed Double Ipa Allergens

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BJ’s Committed Double Ipa Ingredients

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What does the double in Double IPA mean?

A double IPA is just like a single IPA but more — more hops and more malt.

What is a Double IPA beer?

Double IPA’s, also called Imperial IPA’s, take a regular IPA and amplify it with a bigger malt and hop profile. The alcohol content usually greater, too. Breweries have taken it to another level developing Triple and Quad IPA’s that are much less commercialized and a higher alcohol content.

What does a Double IPA taste like?

Taste: Presents a strong and varied hop flavor with likely qualities being that of American and New World hops; i.e. floral, citrus, stone fruit, spicy, pine/resin, tropical fruit, berry, and melon. Hop bitterness can be extremely high.

What is the difference between double and Imperial IPA?

In simplest terms, a double or imperial IPA — they’re actually the same thing — is an IPA kicked up a notch. The Brewer’s Association defines an Imperial IPA as an IPA with color that is straw to medium amber, 6.0%-8.4% alcohol, with hop aromas and flavors that are very high, but not aggressively bitter.

Why are IPAs higher alcohol?

With lower alcohol comes a thinner body, so these are the types of beers you can drink on repeat. Double/Imperial: Double and imperial IPAs are essentially the same thing: IPAs with a higher hop concentration. To balance all that hop flavor, the brewer uses more malt, which results in a higher ABV (usually over 7%).

How much alcohol is in a Double IPA?

between 7.6%-10.6%

The Brewer’s Association defines a double IPA as an IPA with an ABV (alcohol by volume) between 7.6%-10.6%. This is true for both hazy, American, and west coast style double or Imperial IPAs.

Why do IPAs give me a hangover?

One reason for you finding that IPAs affect you more could be the higher hop content in a Pale Ale (IPAs in particular). Hops (the oils) can have an effect on brain chemistry, that affect can be positive or it can be negative!

Why do IPA give me a headache?

Beer contains histamines that can trigger your immune system to release its own histamines. As a result, you may suffer symptoms similar to having an allergy after drinking. Redness and inflammation around the face and body are both common, as are related headaches.