Hopheads need their daily fix of IPAs…And we’ve a virtual parade of India Pale Ales, both big and small (with one Pale Ale thrown in to see if you’re paying attention), brewed to pair perfectly with the weather warming.
Made For The Shade (Eugene, OR) – Ninkasi is returning a beloved seasonal release and they’ve completely updated its look. Crafted using a medley of eight different hop varietals, Ninkasi Maiden the Shade is a bold, yet remarkably smooth, 6.8% India Pale Ale that’s brewed with summer in the Pacific Northwest in mind.
Breaking Boundaries (Juneau, AK) – Alaskan Brewing has a new addition to their year-round portfolio, that was first introduced as part of their Boundary Range Hop Pack. Named as a homage to the region’s spectacular vistas, Big Mountain Pale Ale is a 5.7% ABV refresher that forgoes that sometimes unnecessary bitterness.
An Orange And Hazy Play (Ft Collin, CO) – New Belgium has a new series addition to their Voodoo Ranger Line that you need to look out for. Voodoo Ranger Juicy Mandarina is a 6.5% unfiltered Wheat IPA, that’s unforgivably fueled on German Mandarina Bavaria and Australian Galaxy hops.
Brewhouse Of The Rising Sun (Newark, DE) – Founded by homebrewers Kevin Finn and Mark Edelson and restaurateur Kevin Davies in Newark, DE 20 years ago, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant is canning one of their classics for the first time ever. Available this month in 16oz cans Iron Hill Rising Sun IPA is an abundantly hopped Sorachi Ace powered India Pale Ale from a multi-award winning brewing family.
The Mother Of All Ginormous IPAs (Milton, DE) – There are not many IPAs that could live up to a reputation like that, but Dogfish Head has returned just such a legend. Six times as hoppy as a traditional pale ale and four to five times as strong, Dogfish Head 120 Minute Imperial India Pale Ale that’s continuously hopped for 120 minutes – and that rare IPA that’s actually brewed to be cellared. Insane!
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