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Brewed By: Dogfish Head Brewery (Boston Beer Company)

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Average Rating:
7.84893

Number of Ratings: 7546

Style: American Quadruple IPA

Brewed In: 6 Village Center Blvd, Milton, DE 19968, USA

ABV: 21%

IBU: 120


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120 Minute IPA

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Tasting Notes

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Tapp profile pictureTapp - November 23, 2014
Good for an iPad but still too hoppy
Blackford41 profile pictureBlackford41 - November 16, 2014
Opaque amber color
Blackford41 profile pictureBlackford41 - November 16, 2014
Viscous and carbonated. Slightly mouth warming and very hoppy but smooth
eluvah profile pictureeluvah - November 16, 2014
I let this age for about a year. Bad decision even though it says it is ok to do so. Doesn't taste like an IPA. No hop aroma but still plenty of carbonation. Tastes like a Belgium strong ale. I need to taste it fresh for a better evaluation.
groggy profile picturegroggy - November 7, 2014
Not to hoppy great aroma. Worth the wait.
aaf145 profile pictureaaf145 - November 1, 2014
So fucking good.. 20%abv?!...Smooth, slightly hoppy, but a sweet smokiness to it.. Not for the faint of the heart...obviously a boozy finish but lives up to the hype...4 stars
trifacta2 profile picturetrifacta2 - October 7, 2014
So over rated.high alcohol level covers malt flavor. Let sit for a year and did not improve.
donna.mclees@yahoo.com profile picturedonna.mclees@yahoo.com - October 5, 2014
Hackney's Chicago beer week 2014
donna.mclees@yahoo.com profile picturedonna.mclees@yahoo.com - October 5, 2014
Best ever.
a hungri bear profile picturea hungri bear - September 26, 2014
25SEP14, Sergio's World Beers, Louisville, KY Draft, 6oz snifter Pours hazy golden with big off white head for the small glass. Has a really heavy hop aroma. There's warm citrus and grass, with some earth maybe? Flavor is really sweet up front, and while cold, is also blended with a really interesting bitterness. Has a wholesome hop sweetness. It's quite good. Interestingly sweet, and boozingly bitter. I'm not sure it's my favorite imperial IPA. The booziness never really yields to the sweetness. As it warms it has an actual liquor-ness to it. Warms like a good tequila or bourbon. 3.5 stars. I can appreciate the craft, but it's not what I prefer.
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