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A double IPA, otherwise called an imperial IPA, is a beer style that was made in America. The thought for the DIPA was an aftereffect of the prominence that India pale ales have increased over the recent years. A double IPA is much the same as a solitary IPA however more — more hops and more malt.

Double India pale ales are frequently more extravagant in surface than a solitary India pale ale. With the extra malt additionally included, the completed brew can have all the more a caramel or toasted sense of taste. Commonly, DIPAs have more liquor in them and generally have an ABV of 9-10% or higher. Double IPAs can likewise accept twice as long to brew.

  • SRM Color Scale
    2 - 9
  • International Bitterness Units (IBUs)
    65 - 100
  • Alcohol by Volume (ABV)
    6.0% - 8.4%
Food Pairings
  • Cheese
    Stilton, Other Blues, Linburger
  • Entrée
    Indian, Mexican, And Cajun Dishes, Roasted And Grilled Meats, Salmon
  • Dessert
    Carrot Cake, Cheese Cake, Crème Brulée
  • Carbonation
    Medium to Fast Rising Bubbles
  • Clarity
    Chill haze
  • Color
    Straw to medium amber
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