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Brewed By: 3 Floyds Brewing Co.

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Average Rating:
8.27109

Number of Ratings: 1944

Style: American Double / Imperial IPA (DIPA / IIPA)

Brewed In: 9750 Indiana Pkwy, Munster, IN 46321, USA

ABV: 9.50%

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Dreadnaught IPA

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Tasting Notes

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furnish112 profile picturefurnish112 - July 4, 2013
Hoppy, deserving of hype. Slight grapefruit,malty!
rpanderson1161@sbcglobal.net profile picturerpanderson1161@sbcglobal.net - June 22, 2013
Not hoppy at all..nice refreshing beer.. Very good beer..very mild ipa..
bsblchik profile picturebsblchik - June 16, 2013
Very strong grapefruit taste
wesleyboston930@yahoo.com profile picturewesleyboston930@yahoo.com - June 4, 2013
Lively! From the time it hits your mouth there's different notes ill over your tongue! Amazing well deserving of the hype! Peachy nose and hops throughout almost ruination kind of hops but this is all over the place with your palet
pokerhillbilly profile picturepokerhillbilly - May 25, 2013
Very hoppy. Can almost chew it. Delicious.
KnightRyder profile pictureKnightRyder - May 9, 2013
5-8-13 Weinstein Awesome color, fantastic taste, well balanced for an imperial!
dohm179 profile picturedohm179 - April 21, 2013
Citrusy but malty. Complex yet super drinkable. The staple on which DIPAs should be judged.
mightyhousefly profile picturemightyhousefly - March 28, 2013
Better on tap
chrisrose67 profile picturechrisrose67 - March 21, 2013
Good. Not a fave. But would have again.
codehead profile picturecodehead - March 10, 2013
Perfectly balanced - rich, full flavor. Nice bitter IPA qualities without being extreme, complemented by maltiness on the back end. A real keeper.
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