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Brewed By: Dogfish Head Brewery

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Average Rating:
6.98561

Number of Ratings: 1251

Style: Chilli Beer

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

ABV: 9%

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Tasting Notes

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jrthebroker profile picturejrthebroker - November 25, 2015
Bright and fruity. Light tasting beer nice spicy note. I like
Durbanite  profile pictureDurbanite - September 5, 2015
Good spice. Hint of chocolate. Smooth. Not filling.
MarkBrusca profile pictureMarkBrusca - May 5, 2015
Unique tasting beer, a lot of flavors to taste, slightly hot finish, grows on you while you drink it. Very cloudy, good Amber color
owlyn profile pictureowlyn - April 8, 2015
If it was a wheat beer, it would be the best one ever. Fruity. Cloudy
jhead4023 profile picturejhead4023 - March 26, 2015
Very nice. Smooth
hinespatrick@hotmail.com profile picturehinespatrick@hotmail.com - March 23, 2015
Very smooth, not much spice to it though.
SarahMunz profile pictureSarahMunz - January 4, 2015
Nice, light, a little fruity. No chili or cocoa detected here!
Borderking profile pictureBorderking - December 10, 2014
I had much higher hopes for this beer from reading the description. Unfortunately, the honey-sweetness gives way to a body that tastes cheap and distasteful, reminiscent of the off-flavors of Budweiser. The chilies are barely discernible, and any chocolate notes are absent altogether. It's a lackluster mishmash that completely misses the mark. Such potential, but that potential is squandered.
Lizard510 profile pictureLizard510 - August 27, 2014
Liquor after taste
Xavier profile pictureXavier - August 19, 2014
Golden ale with chocolate. Light for a chocolate ale. Prefer a roasty choc stout
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