Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA
Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA clocking in at 15-20% ABV. 120 Minute IPA is continuously hopped with a copious amount of high-alpha American hops throughout the boil and whirlpool, and then dry-hopped with another pallet of hops. Unfiltered and abundantly hoppy, it’s the Holy Grail for hopheads!
We brew 120 Minute IPA a few times a year, but it goes fast. If you find some grab a few bottles — some to enjoy and some to age.
Every Beer Has A Story…
Check out our Quick Sip Clip to see Sam talking about 120 Minute IPA. In the video, Sam also shows off some of our vintage pieces of brewing equipment, including our second-generation continuous-hopping device, Sir Hops Alot. He also touches on why we dialed 120 Minute IPA back in ABV, some aging recommendations, and a little lesson on IBU measurement. Enjoy!
“The Holy Grail for hopheads”
GLASSWARE: IPA glass
CHEESE PAIRING: Epoisses
FOOD PAIRING: Smoked almonds, smoked meats, grilled lamb, gingersnaps
COLOR: Copper|deep orange with slight haze
AROMA: Sweet citrus|piney|floral hop aromas, almost candy-like
FLAVOR: Hoppy with some hop resin character
MOUTHFEEL: Slightly coating with lingering bitterness
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Ever since the summer of 1995, we have been brewing, cooking, selling and talking everything beer. It’s our pastime, our passion, our life. 22 years later, we’re just as dedicated to bringing off-centered goodness to off-centered people through our beer, scratch-made spirits, great food, our very own Inn and our events around the country. Take a look around and join the journey!
Sam Calagione is the founder and president of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Milton, Delaware, one of the nation’s fastest growing independent breweries, Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware and the Dogfish Inn in Lewes, Delaware. He has been named Businessman of the Year by the Small Business Administration, named one of Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business, and The Wall Street Journal calls Sam “a Pioneer of bizarre brews.”