About the American Double IPA

Also known as an Imperial IPA, the American Double IPA is a stronger and higher hopped version of the American IPA. The style originated in the 1990s when craft breweries wanted to provide a more intense offering to hopheads. The DIPA has more hop bitterness than Strong Ales and Barleywines but has less alcohol.

DDH Camo is a New England-style American Double IPA by Civil Society Brewing Co. that balances juicy citrus with sweet stone fruit and doughy bread.

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Waldo’s Special Ale is an American Double IPA by Lagunitas Brewing Company that’s an absolute hop bomb of layered hoppiness, booze, and a hefty malt backbone.

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You’re Not Wrong is an American Double IPA by Civil Society Brewing Co. and Sand City Brewing Co. that blends pine and citrus with tropical fruit and toasted bread.

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DDH Juice is a New England style American Double IPA by Civil Society Brewing Co. that blends dank pine and resin with lemon, grapefruit, and tropical fruit.

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DDH Navy Camo is a New England-style American Double IPA by Civil Society Brewing Co. that blends citrus and pine with tropical fruit and doughy bread.

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Tahoe Deep is an American Double IPA brewed by Knee Deep Brewing Co. whose hop-centered palate blends pine, citrus, spicy, and resinous hops with fruits and toasted bread.

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Huki Idol is an American Double IPA brewed by Funky Buddha Brewery that blends bright citrus and tropical fruit with doughy bread and mint.

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$eeing Green is an American Double IPA brewed in the New England style by Civil Society Brewing Co. that blends juicy citrus and tropical fruit with pine, resin, and doughy bread.

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DDH Digital Camo is an American Double IPA brewed in the New England style by Civil Society Brewing Co. that blends citrus, pine, and resin with tropical fruit and doughy bread.

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Stone Enjoy By 04.20.18 IPA is an American Double IPA by Stone Brewing that’s hoppy and dank with citrus, pine, resin and backed by toasted bread.

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