Drink These Now Winter 2019

Dogfish Head The Perfect Disguise

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. ABV: 8%


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