It’s been a minute … but 75 Minute IPA is back! What began as a cask-conditioned ale at our Rehoboth brewpub back in 2011, quickly grew to become a cult-favorite amongst craft enthusiasts. From the groucho glasses that adorned the label to it’s slightly dry and lingering bitterness, 75 Minute was (and is) beloved by many.
Now in our latest iteration, this classic IPA is again brewed with maple syrup from Sam’s family farm in Massachusetts, while being continually hopped throughout the boil, and then dry-hopped with a slew of cascade hops. The result is a malty and earthy brew with citrusy-pine aromas, balanced by subtle maple notes.
Available in 12 oz. 6-packs for the first time, you’ll notice those groucho glasses are looking a bit more comical thanks to the imagination of this year’s Off-Centered Art Series artist … Michael Hacker!
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Look past the novelty of 75 min vs. the traditional 60, 90,120 offerings from DFH and you will find a good, but not great drinker imho.
To be fair, my expectations are high as I am a DFH fanboy from way back.