Beer Brands

Beer, ale, lager and stout brands

Dogfish Head

Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA
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Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA
83When we said ‘above 5%' we weren't quite expecting this! Dogfish Head leads the way with ‘extreme' beers, and this is as extreme as it gets.

Dogfish Head 90 Minute Imperial IPA
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Dogfish Head 90 Minute Imperial IPA
80The balance is great but this is a formidable drink that smacks you between the eyes. A good example of the current US trend towards potent, robustly hoppy ales.

Dogfish Head Immort Ale

Dogfish Head Immort Ale
77A complex and very enjoyable, red-orange beer that delivers in body, taste and strength.

Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale
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Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale
80A full and satisfying strong brown ale, made in part with caramelised brown sugar. Perhaps a touch too strong for its own good: the alcohol detracts a little from the complex dark malt character.

Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale

Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale
76A complex beer, packing contrasting, intriguing flavours, but perhaps a little too strong for its own good.

Dogfish Head Palo Santo Marron
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Dogfish Head Palo Santo Marron
83An unctuous, deep garnet- coloured beer. Complex and characterful, but too obviously strong for my taste.

Dogfish Head Raison D'etre
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Dogfish Head Raison D'etre
83The label declares it is ‘brewed with Belgian beer sugars, green raisins and a sense of purpose'. The result is a very nicely balanced ale that is not over-fruity and all too quaffable for its ABV.

Dogfish Head World Wide Stout

Dogfish Head World Wide Stout
78A big, attention grabbing stout, but perhaps a touch too sweet and with too much alcohol floating about – something that is exacerbated by the level of carbonation.

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