Beer of the Week is sponsored by the Lion & Rose. Each week, we introduce you to a wonderful brew that's a little bit different and well worth seeking out. Dogfish 60 Minute IPA Give me an IPA, or India Pale Ale, with an extra jolt of hoppy bitters, and I'm happy. Needless to say, I fell for Dogfish 60 Minute IPA from the first sip. The brew's website explains the name: "60 Minute IPA is continuously hopped — more than 60 hop additions over a 60-minute boil. (Getting a vibe of where the name came from?). 60 Minute is brewed with a slew of great Northwest hops. A powerful but balanced East Coast IPA with a lot of citrusy hop character, it's the session beer for hardcore enthusiasts!" Get this beer well chilled before opening. As you pour it into a mug, you'll notice its bright golden color with an almost orange intensity. The foam rises about an inch high before settling into a wispy lace around the edge of the glass. As you pour, you also can't escape the hoppy aromas bursting from the bottle. Both floral and slight piney scents mingle with notes of bread and citrus. These carry over into the pleasantly bitter flavors of the beer, with an orange-lemon quality and a touch of sweetness floating in that bracing, often piney bitterness. This puppy has plenty of bite. It also leads to a bitter finish that will be welcome to any hop-head like myself. I love drinking IPAs by themselves. They're strong and refreshing. But they're also surprisingly good with strong-flavored food. At the Lion and Rose, these could cut through the heat of the Hackney Hot Wings or offer a contrast to the sweetness of shrimp wrapped in bacon in the Angels on Horseback plate. Have with any cut of steak or even the Central London Chicken Curry in a coconut-curry sauce with basmati rice. Any way you pour it, Dogfish 60 Minute IPA is a fine catch.