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Brewed By: Flying Dog Brewery

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Number of Ratings: 1838

Style: American IPA

Brewed In: 4607 Wedgewood Blvd, Frederick, MD 21703, USA

ABV: 7.1%

IBU: 60

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Tasting Notes

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HunterDuke profile pictureHunterDuke - August 26, 2012
Aroma is not crazy sweet, but plenty of hoppy citrus. Flavor is as crisp and well rounded as any good IPA, without being too dry. Not out of this world, but a well made ale all around! profile - August 4, 2012
julian2412 profile picturejulian2412 - July 6, 2012
Very hoppy but pretty well balanced. A fairly floral bouquet. Really good.
D-Nuke profile pictureD-Nuke - June 29, 2012
Refreshing IPA. Not overly anything. Just about right on the hops and bitterness. Light mouthfeel makes this ever so slightly bland and a little uninteresting, but very drinkable. Solid.
Denrael profile pictureDenrael - June 26, 2012
Hoppy but doesn't feel balanced. Truly middle of the road.
Terje  profile pictureTerje - June 23, 2012
resting profile pictureresting - June 19, 2012
Solid, hoppy, not as balanced as a two-hearted or the like profile - June 15, 2012
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ausomeawestin profile pictureausomeawestin - June 12, 2012
Pro: more bitter than your average IPA, con: that bitterness is not balanced with floral and pine tones from the very hops that make it bitter. An enjoyable beer, but needs more floral hop character. As can be said for all flying dog brews the artwork is remarkable. So if you want the flying dog artwork and a balanced IPA go for their raging bitch. A little pricier but well worth it.
mh7388 profile picturemh7388 - June 4, 2012
Very smooth for an IPA. Just under being too dark. Great beer!
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