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RATINGS: 2452   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.85/5   IBU: 120   EST. CALORIES: 495   ABV: 16.5%
Too extreme to be called beer? Brewed to a colossal 45°P, boiled for a full 2 hours while being continually hopped with high alpha American hops, dry-hopped every day in the fermenter for a month, and aged for a month on whole leaf hops, 120 Minute IPA is by far the strongest IPA ever brewed. And at 21% ABV and 120 IBU’s, you can see why we are calling this the Holy Grail for Hopheads. Editors note: ABV reduced down to 18% in 2009.

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DogfishKing (22) - USA - FEB 11, 2005
Sigh......I really looked forward to tasting it. I was quite displeased. I would pay the 8$ for a bottle of 90min before I bought this again. Wasnt hateful but the Alcohol made it nearly unbearable and I love strong beer. Nice novalty...not enjoyable.

Lou18 (1353) - West Paterson, New Jersey, USA - FEB 6, 2005
Pulled this out of an old notebook. On tap at andy’s/ Served ina 6oz glass. Very strong alcohol. That really says it all. This is well made, but damn, alcohl!

eve (240) - Iowa City, Iowa, USA - FEB 6, 2005
I probably shouldn’t have started the night with this one, but I enjoyed it nevertheless. Rich bronze, floral aroma, extreme but engaging balance of sweet and bitter, like bowling balls on both far ends of a seesaw, it could have all gone wrong so easily but it works.

ClarkVV (6940) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - JAN 28, 2005
2003 bottle sampled 1/27/05 at Anam Cara. Deep burnished copper color with some light yellow/gold hues. Billowing white head. The saving grace of the night and the only beer that I particularly care for out of DFHs extreme creations. Smells of grapefruit, light pine, some floral bitterness, very spicy and fresh, with a dry pale malt in the background, with some dry toffee notes as well. Flavor starts out bitter and heavily hopped, but seems to hang in balance with the malt base. Not syrupy or cloying, with a good Double IPA like feel to it. Alcohol seems to be covered pretty well by the hops. Full body, moderate carbonation. I found it to be drinkable, which was nice, as I was looking to drink beer at the time, not sip liquor resembling drinks. A bit too bitter though, on the end, with nowhere near the amount of complexity it should have. I’ll keep cellaring the bottles I have for another handful of years.

KAggie97 (3529) - Ugly, Hot, and Humid Spring, Texas, USA - JAN 23, 2005
UPDATED: FEB 2, 2007 This is a good beer; however, there isn’t much difference between this $9-for-a-12oz-bottle of this and the comparably priced FOUR PACK of the 90 Minute. Way overpriced for what you get. I will not be buying another of this when I can get 4 of an as good (or maybe even better) IPA. Loaded with hops flavor. HInts of orange and lemon coupled with an earthy taste are dominant on the palate. The alcohol is VERY well-hidden, so take it easy with this one.

Braudog (6898) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - JAN 22, 2005
UPDATED: FEB 12, 2007 Look up "overkill" in the beer dictionary, and this beer will be there. The overpowering ctirc oil hoppiness on this viscuous beer is just too much. It looks good, but once you get within a foot and get a whiff of the fermented raisin nose, you know you’re in for trouble. 20% ABV? No shit!

RAYBOY01 (2010) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JAN 16, 2005
This is my idea of a session beer. Winey texture to this BIG beer, and oh, so bitter... Come to think of it, I don’t mind if I do. PARTY TIP: Try serving this to your unsuspecting guests at the next winter get-together, and then just sit back and watch the fun as they try to drive away on the icy pavement.

Mads Langtved (2240) - Copenhagen K, DENMARK - JAN 12, 2005
Orange beer. No head. Quite sweet. Not bitter, ecause the sweetness dominates too much. Could be balanvced better. Slightly metallic finish. Funny experiment.

jondr72 (11) - Wyckoff, New Jersey, USA - JAN 11, 2005
Delicious, strong not a big head, hoppy definaelty gets one drunk, one bottle is all you need not as good as the cask 120 I had

Lizabeth (360) - east falmouth, Massachusetts, USA - JAN 8, 2005
Dark orange with a small cream-colored head. Strong citrus and piney hop aromas. Flavor is mostly bitter hops, with grapefruit and lemon dominating, overlaid on a rich caramel malt base. Mouthfeel is smooth and somewhat oily, and the finish is lingering, astringent and bitter. The 20% ABV does little more than provide a pleasantly warming alcohol burn. Not my favorite style, but I did enjoy this beer.

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