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Brewed By: Dogfish Head Brewery (Boston Beer Company)

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Number of Ratings: 3229

Style: American Brown Ale

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

ABV: 12%

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Tasting Notes

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jmelectec profile picturejmelectec - March 15, 2015
Great taste, little bit of a bitter aftertaste profile - March 8, 2015
Super strong and delicious.
Fireballlk profile pictureFireballlk - February 22, 2015
Bold bourbon malt, deep dark color, creamy, great aroma, better with warmth, sipping beer; great
doodlebug profile picturedoodlebug - February 7, 2015
Coffee scent but woody and bitter flavor profile - February 4, 2015
B+ to A-. A big dark beer with lots of alcohol and malt. Kind of smoky. Roasty and boozy with some caramel.
clipinski13 profile pictureclipinski13 - February 4, 2015
Exotic Paraguayan Palo Santo wood is used to age this rich, unfiltered brown ale. Complex, full-bodied flavor and feel give this brew a unique offering similar to a port. Deep, sweet malt flavors with notes of vanilla and caramel dominate while the brew's silky richness develops as it warms. At 12% ABV, this ale is one to be sipped and savored. The use of the Palo Santo wood to create this masterpiece has given me wood!
skettyeddy profile pictureskettyeddy - January 25, 2015
Strong brown, chocolate in the bouquet Syrup feel, strong alcohol with a subtle hop bite profile - January 5, 2015
Amazing, rich flavor. Kinda like a really good 70% cacao bitter dark chocolate with a dab of scotch and a trace of a smooth vanilla flavor. Packs a punch. If it finishes too bitter for you, let it linger and swish it around just a bit before you swallow. As much as I like this beer, I can't manage a whole bottle - it's like having a whole bar of bitter dark chocolate.
Warhammer profile pictureWarhammer - December 9, 2014
Full-bodied, strong, but wired twang profile - November 30, 2014
Balanced for how powerful it is. Coffee notes on the end, but wine like in its flavor
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