As frequent watchers of Bacon LIVE already know I am a big fan of Dogfish Head Brewery. I even went to Rehoboth Beach in December to attend a Pork and Beer dinner at their brew pub. So I guess its no surprise that I would feature them on “Thirsty Thursday”.

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Today’s beer is Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA, an Imperial IPA brewed to be enjoyed not chugged. This was the first continually-hopped beer the Delaware brewery made. It takes about a month to make from beginning to end. The 90 Minute IPA has been called the best I.P.A. in America.

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Check out the video below of Sam explaining the brewing process.

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While reading the Dogfish Head site for information to put in this post, I found the reason I love this beer so much. Right on the page for this beer it clearly states that it’s great when paired with pork. I know this to be true because at least once a month I have a Pork Shoulder Taco at Yo Rita in the South Site of Pittsburgh with a 90 Minute. Let me just say the flavor combination is out of this world!

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For more information about this beer check out the Dogfish website and Beer Advocate.

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2 Responses to Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA is Pork’s Best Friend

  1. [...] Jason Mosley on, Mr. Bacon, makes a great point, “brewed to be enjoyed not chugged.” Share and [...]

  2. [...] was pretty much the same as the others but it was neat standing in the same room where one of my favorite IPAs are born. Another impressive sight on the tour was the three giant wooden fermentation [...]

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