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Dogfish Head The Perfect Disguise

Brewery:
Style:
Double IPA
Country:
USA
Origin:
Milton, Delaware
Counties sold in:
Chester
Bucks
Montgomery
Philadelphia
Delaware
Berks
Northampton
Lehigh
Lancaster

Is it an IPA disguised as a Kölsch? Or a Kölsch disguised as an IPA? On the surface, this beer looks like a straightforward Kölsch, brewed with a crisp Kölsch yeast and traditional German malts and hops. But, things aren’t always what they seem. Your first hint that this beer is something different is the addition of a unique German chit malt that gives it a full body and a slightly creamy mouth feel. Hiding deeper behind that German disguise is the double dry-hopping of an American double IPA, with nearly four pounds of German and American hops per barrel, bringing tropical flavors of citrus, tangerine, mango, gooseberries and peach. 

ABVinfo Alcohol By Volume Standard measure of alcohol concentration

8.00%

IBUs infoInternational Bitterness Units A higher number indicates more bitterness

70

Color

Golden Amber

Recommended
Glassware

Availability

Winter

Food Pairings

Grilled Pork Chops, Sharp Cheddar
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