Dogfish Head Flesh & Blood IPA

Note #1 - Received @ 4:37 PM PT:
from can poured into mason jar. hoppy smell. carbonated and like a regular IPA. but it has a sweetness so it's enjoyable and barely bitter.

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Note #2 - Received @ 4:59 PM PT:
the end of this ipa is... good. got the hiccups.

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Dogfish Head Flesh & Blood IPA

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Flesh & Blood IPA
An honest to goodness India Pale Ale brewed with a bevy of real citrus

ABV: 7.5 | IBU: 45
RELEASE: February - December
STYLE: India Pale Ale

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Crafting delicious beer doesn’t start with ingredients. It starts with exploration. Back in the 90s, our constant need to experiment with culinary ingredients was considered heresy by some. But it was the passion and the constant trial and error that led to pure alchemy, and we began brewing with real fruit pulled from our brewpub kitchen. Made with sweet apricots, Aprihop blazed the trail as one of the first fruit-infused IPAs.

That ongoing journey continues today with Flesh & Blood IPA. We could save time and money by brewing with fruit extracts. But for us, authenticity counts. And when we say we brew with real fruit, we mean it.

Brewed with mouth-puckering lemon flesh, sweet orange peel and blood orange juice, Flesh & Blood balances the resinous hoppy characteristics of an American IPA with the explosive zesty fruitiness and subtle drying tartness of citrus to deliver a highly quaffable ale that’s incredibly unique and lovely to down the whole year round.


“One of the first to experiment with fruit-infused IPAs… the result of 20 years of delicious R&D.” -Food & Wine

FOOD PAIRING Jerk chicken, ceviche, pineapple upside down cake

AROMA Intense notes of citrus, orange, tropical fruits, lemon
FLAVOR Citrus, slightly tart, slightly pithy with juicy orange, lemon
MOUTHFEEL Medium bodied with balanced bitterness


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