Dogfish Head 120

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by astrovol, Dec 31, 2012.

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  1. jbeezification

    jbeezification Initiate (0) Jun 6, 2012 Texas

    I am glad I am not the only person who appreciates Maharaja aged. It is fantastic fresh, but aged its just that much different and amazing.
     
  2. danedelman

    danedelman Initiate (0) Apr 3, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Drank 4 oz and that was it.....went to rye whiskey after that.
     
  3. JLG193

    JLG193 Aspirant (205) Sep 14, 2010 Michigan

    60 min = well balanced

    90 min = your "hop head" brew

    120 = so many hops your tongue can't recognize that it's a sweet barleywine (which I love). Kinda like devil dancer.

    In response to LarryAppleton's post...
     
  4. dspolanco

    dspolanco Initiate (0) Sep 7, 2012 Pennsylvania

    Waiting to try this Can't Wait!!!
     
  5. FEUO

    FEUO Disciple (325) Jul 24, 2012 Ontario (Canada)

    As I get my beer legs under me I find this one easier and easier to drink.
    I enjoy it very much now versus 4 years ago. I don't age it either.
     
  6. NYRfan4ever

    NYRfan4ever Initiate (0) Oct 30, 2009 New Jersey
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    120 is a great brew. Last year I had the pleasure of enjoying this on tap at the brewpub, the batch was about 2 weeks old, definitely one to share with friends. As far as bottle prices, 9-10 per bottle is pretty much avg around the country. Cheers!!
     
  7. deuce9259

    deuce9259 Initiate (0) Dec 28, 2011 Ohio
    Beer Trader

    Just had about a year old Founder's Devil Dancer...delicious. Now I must try aging a Maharaja.
     
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