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Review: Dogfish Head Flesh & Blood IPA

I guess the flesh is the hops. The blood is in the juice: This is an IPA flavored with orange peel, lemon flesh, and blood orange juice. A shandy it’s not, mind you, though what it actually is is difficult… Continue reading ?
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