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RATINGS: 835   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.8/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 276   ABV: 9.2%
Ale brewed with Hemp seed.

Introducing the newest addition to Uinta Brewing Company’s lineup, Dubhe (pronounced Doo-bee), an Imperial Black IPA.

Dubhe was named after Utah’s Centennial Star, a star classified as a Red Giant. Dubhe, the star, appears orange in color, and is found at the top end of the big dipper’s spoon. The name “Dubhe” continues Uinta’s tradition of celebrating the great state of Utah, however, “Dubhe” is a fitting name for more than that reason: this beer is as black as the night sky and is brewed with an astronomical amount of hops.

Dubhe is comprised of five hop varieties, a hop profile bold enough to shine through the roasted, dark malt character of this beer. A citrusy hop aroma, achieved by dry hopping with a proprietary blend of extreme Northwest hops, balanced with notes of mild dark chocolate and a hint of sweet licorice. Smooth from start to finish, Dubhe’s layered flavor profile emerges with rich and rounded toasted malt flavors, and is followed by a lively hop bitterness. At over 5 pounds of hops per barrel, Dubhe is the most hop-laden beer Uinta has ever produced. This shinning new addition is brewed with hemp seed (A play on the name, perhaps?), and has a far-out ABV of 9.2%.

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rgfellow (100) - - DEC 15, 2012
UPDATED: DEC 31, 2012 Interesting beer. Smooth finish but with the punch of an IPA. Another trip to the store. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

pandafisk (15) - SWEDEN - DEC 15, 2012
Wonderful mouthfeeling, a great hoppy taste with coffe and chocolate, awsome bitterness in the end. Nice

conway (2210) - - DEC 14, 2012
Black with little head. Aroma is centennial hops. Taste adds citrus, rye and licorice. Nice gentle carb. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

TheCrowsNest (76) - Redondo Beach, California, USA - DEC 9, 2012
Very dark ruby brown with a fine khaki head that recedes quickly. Hops contribute citrus and grapefruit to the aroma while the unique malt bill gives off chocolate, toffee, and breadcrust. The roasted malt flavors blend well with the bitterness from NW hops; chocolate, light roast, burnt bread, piney. The roasty tanins and bitter hop profile lend a very dry, tannic finish. A well done black IPA. It’s rich and complex, but at 9.2% it’s not something to drink more than one of.

PorterPounder (7890) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - DEC 1, 2012
Savannah, Ga. - Habersham Beverage Warehouse - 12 oz bottle. Dark brown leading to black pour, eggshell white head with nice sticky lacing. chocolate in the aroma with some eggnog notes. Chewy flavor with some cocoa, a bit of grapefruit bitterness, a hint of licorice and some molasses in the back end. Sticky mouthfeel. Interesting brew.

Beerathon (1683) - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 30, 2012
Um...wow! Looks like a porter/stout, smells like an IPA, first tastes like an IPA, then finishes like a porter/stout. Loved it!

peter8365 (11) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - NOV 29, 2012
Very nice rounded taste of roasted chocolate and coffeebeans. Highly recommended ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

Maverick34 (3206) - New York, USA - NOV 29, 2012
Bottled. Super dark. White head. Pine and slight malt aroma. Light chocolates and pine resin taste. Excellent.

jhgrantjr (473) - Tennessee, USA - NOV 28, 2012
Poured from bottle, very dark and nice. Immediate coffee aroma, hops, slight citrus, malts. Has a smooth taste.

bconch (408) - - NOV 28, 2012
Dark pour with nose of sweetness. Taste is roasted malts with a big hop finish. Alcohol presence is strong.

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