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Brewed By: Dogfish Head Brewery (Boston Beer Company)

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Number of Ratings: 3136

Style: American IPA

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

ABV: 7%

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Tasting Notes

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The Jeneral profile pictureThe Jeneral - February 20, 2013
Fresh and unique. Not a session beer though. One is enough
thumpdiggity profile picturethumpdiggity - December 25, 2012
Nice up-front apricotness balanced on a foundation of pale ale.
Todd T profile pictureTodd T - December 8, 2012
Did not think I would like this but was extremely surprised. Great summer beer for an IPA fan. Now I look forward to this release every year. There is some sweetness but not an overpowering sweetness like most fruit beers. The hop bitterness balances out the sweetness. Very nice nose that is unique from other IPA s .... Obviously from the apricots. I highly recommend a try for any IPA fan
bcondonDE profile picturebcondonDE - October 19, 2012
Crisp apricot taste. Nice summer sipping beer.
zsasbo profile picturezsasbo - July 11, 2012
I am not into fruity beer but this beer I really enjoy. It is more IPA than than Apricot beer. Great summer beer and refreshing!
zavrox profile picturezavrox - July 7, 2012
Fantastic spring seasonal. A very subtle hint of apricots at first. As the hoppiness dissipates, the apricot after taste delightfully lingers. Very refreshing. (I think it may go well with some apricots...). Wish they had this as there summer seasonal because festina peche is not working out as a thirst quencher by any means :(
angusbeef760 profile pictureangusbeef760 - July 6, 2012
Hoppy, fruity, better version of #9
cgiron profile picturecgiron - July 3, 2012
Cloudy copper color with beige head. Truth in advertising as it smells and tastes just as the name implies. Apricot nicely blends with hops. Well carbonated with crisp finish.
romanbrew profile pictureromanbrew - June 22, 2012
pensfan98 profile picturepensfan98 - June 13, 2012
Almost a cross between an IPA and a pale ale. Sweet hit at first and ends on a hoppy note.
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