To celebrate “120 Day” also known as April 29, Dogfish Head announced the annual return of its fan-favorite 120 Minute IPA, and unveiled all-new beer packaging artwork, complete with brighter, more eye-catching graphics and a bigger, bolder “shark-and-shield” logo.

“Typically, the 120th day of the year means it's time to crack a 120 Minute IPA and raise a glass to another year’s release of this beautiful beer,” said Sam Calagione, Dogfish Head founder and brewer, in a statement. “This year, I get to do that and commemorate the official launch of our all-new beer packaging artwork, which is finally rolling out to shelves nationwide. It’s been a long, but rewarding journey to get to this new look, so raising a fresh 120 Minute IPA sounds like the perfect celebration to me.”

After a more than year-long exploration of artistic goodness, Dogfish Head rolled out new beer packaging artwork for all its brews ― including the continually hopped 60 Minute IPA, the paloma-inspired, beer-cocktail hybrid Citrus Squall, and everything in between. Feedback from fans informed the brand’s beer packaging redesign, which centered around three specific directives:

Lean into the brand’s nautical roots.

Drawing inspiration from the brand’s coastal Delaware birthplace, each Dogfish Head beer’s new label design is anchored with a singular, nautical-centric “hero” illustration ― a sailboat, a lighthouse, a compass and more.

Lead with flavor.

Honoring Dogfish Head’s longtime commitment to brewing beers with unique culinary ingredients outside the Reinheitsgebot (the German purity law stating beer must only be brewed with water, hops, barley and yeast), each beer’s new label also features drawings of its ingredients. These drawings, coupled with two-word flavor descriptors, are intended to provide drinkers with clearer flavor expectations at shelf.

Give the shark room to swim.

Dogfish Head’s new beer packaging highlights an enlarged, black-and-white version of the brand’s original “shark-and-shield” logo from the ‘90s. This update allows the brand’s logo to stand out against its new, brighter-colored packaging, and ensures any thirsty souls traversing the craft beer isle can easily spot Dogfish Head’s products.

Just like Dogfish Head’s new beer packaging, its fan-favorite 120 Minute IPA is now making its way to shelves from coast-to-coast, where legal. An imperial IPA continuously hopped with a copious amount of high-alpha American hops throughout the boil and whirlpool, 120 Minute IPA is then dry-hopped with another boatload of hops to create what some call, “The Holy Grail for Hopheads.” Clocking in at 15.5% ABV, 120 Minute IPA is unfiltered and abundantly hoppy.