We return to the Lords of Delaware, Dogfish Head, and sample their Indian Brown Ale. This beer has some sweet caramel and brown sugar notes from the roasted malts, and bitterness and fruitiness from the hops. It pours a dark ruby chestnut color with a medium head and very low carbonation. It is a melange of flavors, which is a good thing, but it never really comes together the way I think it wants to. It tries, it really does, but the Indian Brown Ale never hangs together the way it should. At 7.2% ABV, you are not going to drink many of these, and the odd flavor mix mean you probably will not want to drink to many of them. The Indian Brown Ale was not bad at all, and I imagine if paired with a sharp cheese, it might be great, but I can only give it 6/10.