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Dominion Double D IPA

| March 26, 2013 | Comments (0)

Dominion Double D IPAFrom Dominion Brewing – This is a full-bodied American style double IPA brewed with five styles of malts and four different hops. This deep copper colored ale will be served unfiltered to maximize flavor and also dry hopped during the secondary fermentation to ensure a gracious hop aroma. Cheers from us to you and may you enjoy it with friends.

Old Dominion Brewing – Dominion Double D IPA – 12 oz. bottle poured into a goblet. 10.2% abv.

Appearance:  Pours amber gold with a dense retaining white cap atop. Visible rising carbonarion when looking at the body.

Aroma:  Very citrusy and when you get in closer, notes of pine as well. A touch bready as well.

Taste:  Toasty malt followed by a generius mouthful of bitter piny hops and juicy citrus hops. Has a nice tart twang from it. A little honey dew rind, finishes earthy with decent duration. Pretty dry.

Mouthfeel:  Full bodied, a little rough, astringency.

Overall:  A surprisingly  awesome west coast style Double IPA from Deleware!

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