Yes, Double IPA. I luckily found this beer when I wandered into Stewart's on Friday night. I questioned the owner about the makeup of the beer; unfortunately, he didn't have the answers to all of my questions. But I'll judge it the best I can.
The beer was advertised at 8% ABV. Hardly a session beer. The beer was not excessively bitter, although your mileage may vary, because I'm quite the hophead. The beer was heavy in both flavoring and aroma hops, however. The aroma was mostly spice, grass, and grapefruit. The hop flavor was dominated by grapefruit and a slight peppery and floral quality. The beer finished surprisingly dry for an 8% beer. I had hoped to get some idea about the beer's gravity and hop varieties, but the owner didn't seem to have that kind of detail. He did deny that the beer contained any honey; the dryness and the floral quality had aroused that suspicion.
The gentleman next to me was surprised. "That's a bold move to order that beer without trying a sample first." What can I say, I've never met an IPA I could resist drinking. A Double IPA intrigued me doubly.
The beer is a seasonal offering, and may not be available if you ever make the trek to Delaware. Fear not; the brewery has several award-winning beers and offers consistent quality. The offerings from the kitchen are also superior to standard pub fare. Definitely worth a visit if you're in the area.