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120 Minute IPA - Dogfish Head Brewery

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120 Minute IPA120 Minute IPA

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6,629 Ratings

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Ratings: 6,629
Reviews: 2,026
rAvg: 4.1
pDev: 15.85%
Wants: 1,023
Gots: 2,272 | FT: 134
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Delaware, United States

Style | ABV
American Double / Imperial IPA |  18.00% ABV

Availability: Rotating

Notes/Commercial Description:
Too extreme to be called beer? 120 Minute IPA is brewed to a colossal 45-degree plato, boiled for a full two hours while being continuously hopped with high-alpha American hops, then dry-hopped daily in the fermenter for a month and aged for another month on whole-leaf hops!

120 IBU
ABV varies from 15-20%.

(Beer added by: frank4sail on 03-24-2003)
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Photo of Wegomlegging
3.03/5  rDev -26.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 2.5

Poured fairly nice with amber gold clarity and decent head. Smelled nice, hard presence of piney hops and malt. Taste was not balanced, too much of a malt and hop nuclear weapon with nothing in the brew to even it out. Smooth and soft, mouthfeel alone is not bad at all. Not very pleasing to imbibe on. This could be a great beer, but it stops short, unfinished. Strong alcohol and hops, but disjointed. Try it and judge for yourself.

Wegomlegging, Feb 15, 2011
Photo of mdaschaf
4.15/5  rDev +1.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Had on tap when the Bros. came to brew for EBF. This is a test batch made at the brewpub.

A: Came in a snifter glass. Hazy orange in color with a very white one finger head. Left some really nice lacing all the way down the glass. Had some small carbonation bubbles released.

S: Smells extremely fresh, extremely sweet with lots of grapefruit. I get some pine, but it is really light and different than most pine aromas on IPAs, hard to place it though. Get some caramel malts on the end.

T: Lots going on here. Extremely sweet and candied. Has a honey flavor and citrus hops, very earthy. The grapefruit comes through as does some orange peel. On the first sip there was a little bit of alcohol, but the rest of it surprisingly did not have much of a booze presence.

M/D: Thick and creamy. Much smoother than anticipated. Very fine bubbles give it a really nice mouthfeel. The alcohol was there a bit, but really not that bad. Its a sipper for sure, but I really didn't have trouble drinking it at all. Wouldn't have guessed it to be 18% if I didn't already know. Not an everyday beer, but a nice treat.

mdaschaf, Feb 11, 2011
Photo of Hellabeerguzzler
1.35/5  rDev -67.1%
look: 4 | smell: 2 | taste: 1 | feel: 1 | overall: 1

Looked good enough. Poured nice and rich with hearty color and top. I should have stopped there. I know this is supposed to be constructive but this is not for me.

The smell is of medicine. Cough syrup, malts, hops a little line pine-cleaner.

The taste is worse than the smell. Is this really a DIPA? A TIPA? Tasted like an overly sweetened malty boozy barley wine with some hops thrown in (or pine-scented cleaner). It was not refreshing and I couldn't even nurse it. It's just not a good flavor. Perhaps they need more testing of what's leaving the brewery? Or maybe it's just a high alcohol gimmick? I'm a hophead, IPA lover.

This is a beer you drink on a dare. It's not drinkable. Maybe put a shot of it in some seltzer water.

Hellabeerguzzler, Feb 09, 2011
Photo of JAXSON
4/5  rDev -2.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

2008 bottle thanks to Chris. Caramel orange pour with a small white head. Nose is a hefty blast of caramel malt, sweet and earthy, musky almost. Huge, thick mouth, tons of sugar and pine sap. Bittering hops mostly overwhelmed by the sweet caramel malt. Sugars come across as orange candy, hops as pine sap. Huge beer, pretty good stuff at 3 years old.

JAXSON, Feb 06, 2011
Photo of CuriousMonk
4.33/5  rDev +5.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from 12oz bottle into snifter glass (I may had this on tap at DFH Alehouse a couple times as well). Pours hazy orange/amber with gold edges. Light head with a bit of lacing. Lots of grapefruit, sweet orange, and fresh bread, a bit of piney hops on the nose. Velvety mouthfeel. Just a bit of bite on the front of the tongue, quickly disappears into a very grapefruity, sweet citrus, and a bit of herbal hops. Very surprisingly, the hops are not obnoxiously overdone. The peppery alcohol is very dominant, but the 21% is VERY well hidden. Bitterness of cooked apple on the finish. This was one of my first extreme beers and one I had to shell out big bucks for. A classic craft beer for me.

CuriousMonk, Feb 02, 2011
Photo of HopHed
4.35/5  rDev +6.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

APPEARANCE: A dark amber nearly light orange in color with very little, almost no really, head that dissipates very quickly with no trace.

AROMA: A sweet, malty, slightly biscuity smell with a definite note of alcohol. Emphasis here is on the sweet side. Very reminiscent of a Barleywine.

FLAVOR: My first reaction was still that it reminded me a bit of a barley wine, but sweeter. There were strong malt, caramel, and (maybe) some molasses notes. But this was all about the sweet in the mouth. After swallowing a strong tingle, nay heat, of alcohol comes on. The heat lingered pleasantly like a fine Scotch or a nice Cognac.

PALATE: Definitely full bodied beer, sweet, hot, and wonderful.

MOUTH FEEL: A thick, extremely rich, very light carbonated beer that coats the mouth with sweetness, and ends with a hot heat of alcohol.

NOTES: The beer is rich, thick, flavorful, and the 18.0% ABV comes through quite obviously. This is a beer that you drink, more likely than not, as a special occasion beer. Like you would have a nice Scotch or Cognac. The 120 Min is definitely a beer that opens up as it nears room temperature, you need to let it warm to fully appreciate it.

HopHed, Jan 26, 2011
Photo of Cresant
4.9/5  rDev +19.5%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

I have been holding on to this one for several years. 2006 vintage. I was inspired to open this one after watching the Brewmaster episode where they were comparing the older versions and they deemed the 2006 the best. I thought it was time to try it.

I served this 12 oz. brown bottle in a Chouffe tulip glass. The body was a rich golden color. Clear and bright. The second pour made it a little hazy, but still beautiful. The head was modest and left only a light ring of white bubbles.

The smell was deep marmalade and brandy. Malty. Very well hidden alcohol. Complex and interesting.

The taste was worth the wait! The flavors mirrored the aroma. Sweet marmalade and mellow alcohol. Complex but everything worked together. A sweetness coated the palate without becoming cloying. It served to balance the alcohol well. Hops oils and syrupy malts melded together better than it sounds.

The mouthfeel was smooth but expanding carbonation gave it a liveliness. Even the mouthfeel was complex. This has turned into a world class beer. Finally a DFH beer I can love. Generally I'm not a big fan - I don't like the their 60 and 90 min. IPAs at all. Aged 120 is the beer for me!

Cresant, Jan 21, 2011
Photo of Kakaraht
4.75/5  rDev +15.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Had this beer in the Netherlands, was quite a good find for over there.

A: Had a nice Texas orange color to it with a yeasty haze. The head was nice and white with medium lacing.

S: The intense amount of hops and malt quickly bombard the senses with a sickly sweet and boozy aroma. I find myself thinking of raisins and prunes and molasses as well as deep dark citrus.

T: Incredible flavor, it is extremely sweet and malty, the hops have not left any bitter notes, instead a dark floral taste that seems to get drowned as the alcohol of this 18% beer comes through. As the beer warms the flavors only intensify and the malt overpowers the alcohol and a deep fruity and spicy flavor resides.

M: Almost no carbonation, instead is a rich thick sweet heavy bodied drink that leaves the mouth tingling and the temples warm from the boozy punch.

D: Not something I could have more than one of and at that with a good distance between them, but still an unbelievably complex and deep beer meant for a cold night and a good snifter.

Kakaraht, Jan 17, 2011
Photo of AlCaponeJunior
4.35/5  rDev +6.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

This review is the average of three bottles, one 2010, one 2012 and one 2007.

Cloudy orange-brown color. Some head and fair lacing. Small bubbles rise slowly up the sides of the glass.

Very sweet malty smell with lots of hops coming over the top. Alcohol wafts upward with a somewhat brandy-ish aroma, increasing in intensity nicely as it warms.

Taste explosion, nothing like what I expected. Very, very sweet. Lovely malts accent a spicy hops backbone. Some great brown sugar and citrus flavors too. Highly complex.

Rich, full, almost chewy mouthfeel. Carbonation is pretty tangy, even in the older bottles.

The more I've had this beer, the more I like it. It's a specialty beer to me, not really a DIPA. It's almost a hops liqueur. Very delicious tho, I will be seeking out more of this at all times.

Highly recommended. Aged or fresh, this one is a hit.

AlCaponeJunior, Jan 15, 2011
Photo of foogerd
3.95/5  rDev -3.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

2008 vintage.
A- dark golden orange with a small eggshell white head, great lacing.

S- sweet brown sugared raisins, tons of bready malts come through and a whiff of sweet booze reminds you that this brew is 18%.

T- This is totally drinking like a barleywine at this point in the aging process. Really sweet malty flavors throughout, vanilla, caramel, candied malts, every type of description of sweetness thats what this is. The bitterness from the hops was detected somewhere in the middle of this mess of sweetness. Alcohol is present throughout as a companion to this orgy of sweetness.

M- A pleasant full bodied thickness throughout, seems to have lost most of its carbonation.

D- It's 18%! god damn how drinkable could that be?! This thing goes down like a liqour its as drinkable as this high in abv comes.

foogerd, Jan 14, 2011
Photo of htomsirveaux
4/5  rDev -2.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

12 oz. bottle tried 10 Jul 2010. Bottled 05/1/09. Courtesy of R&S, thanks! Served in the 0.4 L Steiner Pils snifter.

Small parchment colored head. Minimal carbonation. Clear ruby color. Aroma is resiny, alcohol, rum, raisin and juscy fruit tart. Very sweet with a lot of ethanol. Sugary up front, then a lot of dried fruit and some resin. Finish is mostly ethanol with a lot of sweet maltiness. Medium slick body. Complex.

Like a beer liqueur.

htomsirveaux, Jan 13, 2011
Photo of seeswo
4.05/5  rDev -1.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

2007 vintage. 12 oz bottle split with a buddy. Pours a thick dark golden with the shimmer that tells you there is a lot of booze/sugar in there and with much more head than expected. Actually looks fantastic. Smell is almost fusel alcohol and intense sugary. The smell is essentially not good. The taste, however, is sublime. Sweet like an aged American Barleywine with faded hops in the middle the finishes with slight bitterness. There is an almost bready sweetness present throughout that I don't find cloying and somehow seems in balance with the rest of the beer. Great mouthfeel, with good carbonation and that thickness the beer essentially has to posses. Makes a wonderfully smooth sipper - very drinkable for the alcohol content.

seeswo, Jan 12, 2011
Photo of OneDropSoup
3.95/5  rDev -3.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3

Got this particular bottle from bstaffor in the Hoppy Summer to You BIF. Thanks, Brian!

Not sure of the year. Poured into a tulip pint: Three fingers of glistening, pillowy head with some peaks over medium-russet body. Hazy with burnt orange highlights. Leaves stripes of lacing.

Smells like a creamy orange liqueur or even a little like cognac. Cooked citrus, apricot, pineapple, with this surrounding "baked good" character tying it all in: caramel, sugary, a little toasty, like sticky buns or slightly overdone angel food cake. Rich smell, delicious & almost overwhelming. There's definitely some booze there too, but not as potent as I'd expected. Hoppiness is played down compared to the sugars, but gives it a little bite, like there's something lurking there. Complex is an understatement.

Whoa! Sweetness really hits at first, like candied oranges or pineapple upside down cake - strong & kind of cloying. The sugars really wrap around the palate & do some neat tricks, all under a citrus umbrella. I can tell the alcohol's there, but it blends with the flavors well, there's surprisingly little heat or booze taste, just a nice twist at the end. Good, but man, a little of that malty sugar goes a long way, way into the aftertaste, with some residual orange zest.

Full-bodied & chewy, nice & smooth without any burning sensation. Lots of mouth-coating sugars afterward, this one will stick with you with each sip.

I enjoyed this better than I remember - maybe once I knew how sweet it was, my expectations were calibrate & I was just ready to embrace it. So much more like a barleywine than an IPA, this is a sweet mother with almost no bitterness. The alcohol isn't that apparent while drinking, but I definitely feel a little goofy after half of a glass. Enjoyable, but I'm happy with this one once a year, tops.

OneDropSoup, Jan 09, 2011
Photo of foursquare
4.43/5  rDev +8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

2007 vintage w/o a visible bottling date anywhere.

Poured into a snifter.

A: Poured with little to no head, and very little carbonation. Held up to light, it's almost totally opaque, with a deep amber coloring that varies depending on the width of the glass.

S: Big nose - despite the other reviews here, the alcohol of this bottle was very apparent, but was balanced by a sweet malt aroma with strong hints of hops and orange.

T: Being a big fan of the 60 and 90 Minute IPA, I was prepared for a big hop hit, but was pleasantly surprised. The hops were very balanced by the heavy malt and citrus flavors, all of which cut through what would otherwise be a very heavy alcohol flavor.

M: This is where this bottle shined. A thick, and almost cream-like mouthfeel. Hints of alcohol warmed the tongue and throat, but didn't overwhelm.

D: I'd drink this like I would a brandy or a cognac. A bottle by myself would probably be enough for an evening. Sharing one with one or two friends is probably the best bet for this brew.

foursquare, Dec 26, 2010
Photo of uberkane
4.55/5  rDev +11%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

2006 Vintage

A: Poured into my trusty Chimay goblet. This beer was the color of hazy apple cider. Not too much of a head and some lacing.

S: The smell was intense; a lot of hops with some interesting underlying fruit scents and sugars.

T: The taste was massive and complex. The hops were there big time, but as appose to a big spicy hop flavor, it was a more complex fruity, grassy hop flavor. I got a lot of grapefruit, as well as almost a buttery flavor. I also got a little bit of cannabis flavor in there too.

M: I could almost feel the hop resin in this beer. Also had a light carbonated feel, but not much.

D: This beer was surprisingly drinkable, and the 18% abv was incredibly well hidden. I expected to only sip it, but ended up taking some sizeable swigs. However, I did take the whole night to nurse it, so I would not call it a good session beer by any means.

Notes: I really enjoyed this beer. More then I wanted to, actually (due to the price)... I thought it would be a one-time novelty, but I could easily see myself drinking it again. I did have a fresh batch and it was a WHOLE different animal. Hops and alcohol were much more ferocious. I prefer it aged (unless I'm in a particularly spicy/hoppy mood).

uberkane, Dec 24, 2010
Photo of Pecafaced
4.7/5  rDev +14.6%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

09 batch from a bottle served in a snifter glass

A- A nice golden amber color with a white head. Looks great in a snifter glass especially the lacing.

S- Very sweet, malty and rich aroma. The alcohol is present as well.

T- Definitely not your normal IPA. This beer is sweet and not overwhelmingly hoppy at all. The amount of hops used to brew this beer is incredible, but it balances the sweetness quite well. You do get some hop characteristics though, citrus/pine floral tastes. The alcohol offers a bold flavor as well. Can be a bit overwhelming in "fresh" batches.

M- Very smooth. Hardly any carbonation which provides a unique mouth feel. This is excellent on the palate.

D- This beer is certainly not for everyone! And at 18% this can be tempting to drink by yourself, but definitely is better sharing with some friends. This is a great beer to enjoy on special occasions.

I always try to get a couple of these every year and try to let them age.

Pecafaced, Dec 23, 2010
Photo of adamdrap
4.33/5  rDev +5.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Finally, I have been waiting to try this beer for years. Acquired a 2009 release from Caponoes in Norristown outside of Philly.

The pour is orange to dark amber, it tastes like an IPA, but with an extreme kick. The alcohol (18%) is very well hidden.

A floraly front with a sweet caramel after-taste. I am certain aging has done this brew well. An excellent beer from dogfish. I would recommend anyone to seek this beer out (if they can find it!). I can't wait for them to re-release this one!

adamdrap, Dec 23, 2010
Photo of stoutman
4.35/5  rDev +6.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

An aroma of dark fruit,raisins,plums a bit piney/citrusy too..pours opague orange color and white head that dissipates lacing good though..taste hits you with a winy fruity sweetness but counterbalanced by hop bittterness at the end. very drinkable and inviting so be careful. the abv will still catch up on you ..light tingly carbonation and lingering aftertaste,very satisfying in all respects. VERY GOOD.

stoutman, Dec 18, 2010
Photo of mikeg67
4.72/5  rDev +15.1%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

12 oz bottle. Pours copper with no head and lots of carbonation. Aroma is of citrus hops, caramel malt , ripe fruit and licorice. Palate is similar, nicely balanced. Full, sharp, body. Huge balanced finish, with lots of warming alcohol. Almost perfect after dinner beer.

mikeg67, Dec 07, 2010
Photo of scootny
4.05/5  rDev -1.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

This is a ridiculous beer. Bottled on 11/05/08 it pours like a regular IPA which considering the abv is insane. A good head that stays forever and leaves lot of lace. Smell is lots of malt and a decent amount hops but not as much as you would expect. There is an alcohol/solvent/cleaning fluid facet as well. Lots of pine. Taste is not for the faint of heart. Super sweet malt and syrup. A large fruit flavor dominates. Orange really. Huge amount of hops to keep it in check and still it is more sweet than bitter. Having said that the finish is entirely owned by the buds. Super clean and dry with enough hop oil to hack through the high gravity sugars. Mostly pine in nature there is just enough grapefruit to cut and dry your mouth so you keep coming back. Feel is just short of thick and chewy. It is surprisingly close to your run of the mill DIPA. Carbonation is lively and right where you want it. Any more and the flavors get out of control any less and you are drinking syrup from the bottle. Drinkability is much better than it should be. Yes you sip it but I find myself sipping faster and faster. An awesome AND ridiculous beer.

scootny, Nov 30, 2010
Photo of mjsheehan08
4.33/5  rDev +5.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Date on Bottle is 10-5-09

Pours an amber burnt orange with a thing head that dissipates quickly, leaving some great lacing along the side through the whole beer experience. Alot of fragrance in the nose, caught some hop oil as well as a sweet syrupy smell. Mouthfeel is sticky and full, coats the mouth and stays around. Taste is serious! alot of carmel and raisions maybe. I bought this beer over a year ago, and am very pleased with how it has changed. I have six more of these in my cellar and am looking forward to seeing how much better they get.

mjsheehan08, Nov 28, 2010
Photo of peensteen
4.08/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

bottled 5/10/2007

My girlfriend treated me to this on my birthday at Beer Bistro in Toronto. Pours a light brown almost burgundy colour with a very thin head that didn't stick around too long. Nice lacing on the glass. Smells like caramel, slight hops and warm alcohol. Very thick mouthfeel that brought forth a sweet caramel and brown sugar taste. There is a faint hop presence that hags out in the cheeks and sides of the tongue. Very complex each sip gave way to new flavours. I have to say it was much sweeter than I thought it would be, but still one of the best I have tried. Would love to try one fresh to see how it differs from the 3 1/2 year old one I had.

peensteen, Nov 28, 2010
Photo of Bmoyer0301
4.33/5  rDev +5.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

*2006 Vintage *


Tonight I reached for my new Dogfish Head goblet on this hefty ale, and as I proceeded to pop the cap off there was a moderate amount of carbonation which really surprised me due to the high ABV and extended aging time. On the pour, I decided to go straight on to try and entice any form of head from the syrupy liquid. As more and more beer hit the bottom of the glass, a thin amount tan bubbles formed on the top and hung around the edge of the walls very faintly. When I hold the glass up to the light there is a hazy deep golden brown appearance almost like non burnt toast that has just a few stray bubbles lingering around. When I give the glass a generous swirl there is a lot of lacing sliding very slowly down the wall of the glass.


Right of the start there is a huge burst of caramel and brown sugar rolled in raisins. There is absolutely no aroma of hops here, but being that it is this far along in age it resembles more of a barleywine, than an IPA. In the finish there is some heat alcohol that resembles a wonderful aged brown rum and some oak.


Man oh man, this is the exact reason why I take beers and age them. This is nothing and I mean nothing like a fresh bottle which can be quite offensive and to boozy for some palates. Up front there are so many flavors going on like; toffee, caramel, dark fruits and of course alcohol. Again, there is no hops to be mentioned of and to be honest I don't care at all because this is just bliss. The sweetness is the main feature here and if you don't mind a really great dessert styled beer this is it. The mouth feel is super thick and almost coats your tongue with the resin from the faded hop oils which is a wonderful addition to the taste. In the finish there is a warming sensation that is almost like sipping on a great whiskey Manhattan and this bottle will last me for quite a while as I am drinking very slowly.


Overall this was a great choice for my after dinner dessert and I am really glad that I have been aging this for for three years now. I would recommend that if you come across this beer be sure to get a few bottles. I really think you will enjoy the experience of trying it over a several years. Considering this is 18% ABV it drinks very easily and one bottle can be shared by a few people if you don't feel like the huge head rush from the whole twelve ounces and for $8 it is a pretty cheap buy.

Bmoyer0301, Nov 25, 2010
Photo of rootbeerman
4.2/5  rDev +2.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

from notes:11-5-10

Bottle dated 2-6-09
A: pours dark orange with an orange white head, that fell to a light haze.
S: big nose, strong citrus along with a hint of pine, very sweet but has a alcohol burn. citrus can be smelled across the room.
T: very sweet malt, hops are more orange citrus then the typical grapefruit. a bit of alcohol burn. hops and sweetness is balanced.
M: very thick and syrup, low carbonation, sticks around for a while.
D: another sipper, but is very easy to sip with not to much alcohol burn.

rootbeerman, Nov 25, 2010
Photo of matt20102
3/5  rDev -26.8%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 2

Served from bottle into goblet at about 40F form a 2009 bottle. This is a interesting beer, no doubt. The initial aroma is of cider and whiskey- no doubt due to the ridiculous amount of malt present in the wort. The aroma is strong- much stronger than I'm used to from any other beer. The flavor is very sweet and syrupy- somewhat too sweet to be very drinkable. Surprisingly enough there is almost no taste of alcohol or hops- the sugary sweetness of this brew masks everything else. There is an obvious skill to making a beer this extreme but the results are less than wholly enjoyable on flavor alone. This would be best extremely cold or, perhaps, on tap.

matt20102, Nov 19, 2010
120 Minute IPA from Dogfish Head Brewery
92 out of 100 based on 6,629 ratings.