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Brewed By: Dogfish Head Brewery (Boston Beer Company)

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Number of Ratings: 1003

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

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

ABV: 10%

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jrthebroker profile picturejrthebroker - November 30, 2015
Found a bottle of this that was aged for 2 years. Not bitter or alcohol tasting very lemony and just a great beer. I'm heading back to this store tomorrow to see if they have anymore. I'm going to buy them all!
Swawesome profile pictureSwawesome - August 17, 2015
jaywill1323 profile picturejaywill1323 - August 19, 2014
Deep amber in color with thick frothy white head that dissipates into thick lacing. Has a slight hop and lemon aromas. A very easy drinking imperial ipa and very different hop flavor from other DFH beers. Has a smooth citrus and honey forward that is balanced out by the lemon peel and subtle dank hop finish. A good sipping ipa that goes down smooth. A little light and syrupy.
web profile pictureweb - April 1, 2014
The lemon rounds the bitterness nicely and there's a slight dankness as well. Good job!
johnniepants profile picturejohnniepants - January 18, 2014
Tastes like a raw malt flavor. The only bad dogfish.
brewbaker profile picturebrewbaker - January 6, 2014
Wow, IPA with a lemon and honey finish. Pretty tasty but not something I would order a bunch of times.
DaveyBoySwagg profile pictureDaveyBoySwagg - December 17, 2013
Some describe this as a beer with an aroma not unlike lemon pledge...there's some truth to that. Lemon+alcohol will likely create an aroma like that. However, I think that opinion is only half true. I love fruit IPAs and the lemon really brings out the lemony notes of the centennial hops. Also, this is one of the few DFH IPAs that has less grainy/malty East Coast IPA character and more hop-forward dryness of a West Coast IPA, which I generally prefer. All around, I love this beer and look forward to it every November! profile - December 15, 2013
Love. Happy n bitter
jat117 profile picturejat117 - December 10, 2013
Gets better as it warms up. Taste the bitter lemon peel.
sick prez profile picturesick prez - November 27, 2013
Best beer I've had to date!! 11/27/13
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