Both are called Hooked Up, with each brewery crafting a different take on the Double IPA style.
Henderson Hooked Up (8.5% abv) is an old school version that offers “all the characteristics of an original west coast DIPA – firm bitterness and hoppyness, accompanied by notes of pine, orange and toffee.”
Broadhead Hooked Up (7.5% abv) is a more modern version that “introduces itself with a bright, tropical aroma, with notes of grapefruit, pineapple and orange. Your palate is left with a taste of lingering caramel and mild bitterness – all balanced out by the strong hop presence.”
Source & Photo: Henderson Brewing