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Definition of Dould


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  • A double or imperial India Pale Ale, usually with ABV of 8 or more.

    The raft beer revolution is now bringing us extra strong IPAs, colloquially known as 'doulds'.

    -- Reviews on Untappd

    Last edited on May 24 2018. Submitted by Dick Wright-Upham from Wellington, New Zealand on May 24 2018.

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