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Wine & Spirits

Dirtwolf Double IPA: Strong and Bitter

To those who believe a beer can’t be too strong or too bitter, or to put it another way, who say, the more robust and the more bitter, the better, then Dirtwolf Double IPA is the beer for you.

Brewed in Pennsylvania, where until the laws change you have to buy it by the case (four six-packs, i.e., 24 bottles), this will last you for a good long while as most of your guests will continue to opt for beers lighter in color, texture, and flavor.

But if it’s the authentic taste of a potent, bitter beer – the way beer was meant to be brewed and enjoyed, you can’t do much better than Dirtwolf.

At a whopping potency close to 9% alcohol, this is no Coors light – so, keep that in mind when consuming.

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