Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Milton, Delaware. This is their spring seasonal, and it's become a ritual to check it out each year; after all, when the Aprihop arrives, you know there's only 6 more weeks until the brutal Florida heat begins! Here is the 2010 review. The label is extremely simple. Bottled in 2011 4C.
Also, you've probably heard me mention that each year Dogfish commissions an artist to create prints representing each of their seasonal beers. The one to the left is the first this year by Dave Plunkert. As of right now, it appears that there are still some original prints available. I'd love to have the ones from this year just like last, but my wife isn't cool enough for this one, I guess.
Sweet apricot aroma with sugar with just a hint of spice. Fruity and hoppy flavor start. Just enough apricot to meet the name requirement along with some orange citrus. For an IPA brewed with apricots, what else did you expect? Nice upper-level and aggressive carbonation, very prickly. The bitter and sweet maltiness give Aprihop an enjoyable balance. The 7% alcohol wasn't really noticeable at all. Simple and flavorful, as usual. Check it out for sure!
HOBO INTERNATIONAL Millie Frame Zipper-Bottom Wallet,Apricot,one size
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Now Foods Apricot Kernel Oil, 16-Ounce