boto (2193) - Granby, Connecticut, USA - JUN 17, 2016
22oz bomber: This one pours a cloudy brown color. The head was huge. It started out at 3/4 of the glass. Looked more like a root beer float. The nose was lighter. Toasted malts and a slight nuttiness. A faint citrus hop nose. The taste is good. Toasted malts, slight nuttiness. Faint bitterness. A decent enough brown. tfontana (950) - Fremont, New Hampshire, USA - MAY 28, 2016
Draft pour into shaker pint glass. Aroma is roasted malts. Appearance is virtually black (dark red--mahogany--when held to the light) with 1/2 finger-width light brown head with fair retention and minimal lacing. Taste is mix of sweet and bitter roasted malts with some smokey/ash. I wouldn’t say there’s chocolate or coffee but the roasted quality suggests the mix you’d get with these. Palate is medium bodied with creamy texture, average carbonation and dry, mild roasted finish. Overall, enjoyable across the board and not too heavy. thepatrickman (1307) - Durham, New Hampshire, USA - JAN 29, 2016
Draft at the source. Nice brown ale with some chocolate/coffee flavor. The hops are definitely there, but it doesn’t feel like a hop bomb or a pale ale. Really, this is just a perfectly pleasant, run-of-the-mill brown ale. tekstr1der (481) - New Hampshire, USA - NOV 28, 2014
Perhaps it the "hopped like a pale ale" aspect that really draws me into Dippity, but I’ve had this in bombers and keg, and it is perfect for one or session. Pours deep, dark brown with tan head. Smooth malt sweetness – just the right amount to balance the unusual-for-style hoppiness. Really tasty stuff. GIJOE (1196) - North Berwick, Maine, USA - NOV 6, 2014
Nice dark-brown ale with a foamy, tan head that stays long. Heavy curtains. Nose is lightly malty with a hint of citrus hops. Taste is a bit on the sweet side. Slight tartness in the aftertaste. Medium body. Mild carbonation. Good brew.
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Bulk_Carrier (6065) - Vermont, USA - FEB 25, 2014
She pours a dark brown/close to black color and leaves the same colored body with a one finger foamy white head that dies at a nice pace and leaves some nice lacing sticking cleanly around the sides of the glass.
The smell has some roasty coffee forward Brown Ale-ness that pulls out some toast and toffee, faint bitter hops try to come through but maintain a nice background.
The taste takes the previous flavors and adds a nice dark fruitiness to it, also there seems to be an element of Coca Cola coming in. There is a long dark sweet fruity Coca-Cola like aftertaste and a dry sweet sticky finish.
On the palate, she sits about a medium on the body with a decent sessionable quality to it. Carbonation runs pretty smooth and coats the tongue and mouth nicely.
Overall, roasty and malty like a Brown ale that is normal for its style, but the hops that are said to be in are extremely subdued. daknole (11044) - Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - NOV 17, 2013
GABF. Brown pour, very light tan head. Roasted malt, toasted nuts, wheat bread, and has more hops than most brown ales Ive tried. WillRunForBeer (2623) - Massachusetts, USA - OCT 5, 2013
Root beer brown with a lacey brown head. Aromas of caramel and roasted malts. Flavor is caramel malt, some roastiness, and an earthy, oaky dryness in the finish. This is less than two weeks old and an okay brown, but definitely doesn’t remind me of a pale ale like the label suggests. BroSpud (2164) - , Massachusetts, USA - SEP 9, 2013
Sampled at the brewery. All beers sampled here were above average. Purchased several bottles from the craft beer store down the street for further study. Will update these ratings after trying each one again from the bottle at home. radagast83 (8006) - Alexandria, Virginia, USA - JUN 30, 2013
Poured a mostly pitch black color, with a off-white head. Aroma was roasred, bitter chocolate notes, with roasted malt notes. Flavor was dark roasted chocolates, malts. Not bad.