Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale

Brewed by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery

American Brown Ale7.2% ABV50 IBU

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RateBeer Score    97 Overall   96 Style

A cross between a Scotch Ale, an India Pale Ale and an American Brown, Indian Brown Ale is well-hopped and malty at the same time (It's magical!).
The beer has characteristics of each style that inspired it: the color of an American Brown, the caramel notes of a Scotch Ale, and the hopping regimen of an India Pale Ale. We dry-hop the Indian Brown Ale in a similar fashion to our 60 Minute IPA and 90 Minute IPA. This beer is brewed with Aromatic barley and organic brown sugar.
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Available near Ann Arbor, Michigan

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