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Brewed By: Dogfish Head Brewery (Boston Beer Company)

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Number of Ratings: 7545

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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rcarlson7 profile picturercarlson7 - April 12, 2017
Very sweet, slightly malty, strong alcohol bite. Tastes similar to a barleywine
powers profile picturepowers - February 2, 2017
Honestly it's not worth the hype! profile - September 27, 2016
The nose is off hops not a great nose . Huge malt and syrupy middle and a very cloudy finish kinda like devil dancer profile - September 16, 2016
Best beer ever. Almost like a fine liquor- sipping beer. Mellow taste disputed the high IBU.
ajvin060 profile pictureajvin060 - September 3, 2016
Not for the weak!! Mild hop with malty sweet finish.
hw1162 profile picturehw1162 - August 20, 2016
Strong and smooth
Nymue profile pictureNymue - August 20, 2016
I'm not a big fan of IPAs, but the 120 minute is the perfect blend of hops and flavorful smoothness. Hard to get your hands on it though, so keep an eye out and try it if you can!!
pistolwhip profile picturepistolwhip - August 17, 2016
This beer has been on my bucket list for quite some time. It doesn't taste like your regular IPA, it's very malty. It is however delicious! I bought some to age for a year, yes a year. I heard that's when it's best.
newman_al profile picturenewman_al - July 27, 2016
Most Excellent, varying degrees of hoppiness, sweetness, and smoothness throughout. With the last sip one can definitely be relaxed - time to find another!
jlbobu profile picturejlbobu - July 7, 2016
Not used to so much hops in the boil and none in the nose. No dry hop. I am used to american pale ale
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