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Best Blogs on ‘IPA’

Clown Shoes Tramp Stamp Belgian IPA

In the words of the brew bozos, Clown Shoes Tramp Stamp Belgian IPA -- like a tramp stamp -- "is about not so subtle seduction." But with orange peel, Columbus, Amarillo and Centennial hops, this brew is a lot more complex ...

Lucky Day IPA

Lucky Day IPA is a local brew by our friends at Central Coast Brewing, available in 22s on the Central Coast. It's a mild, pleasant IPA, which checks in at a nice 7.2% ABV. One thumbs up on the label, literally, two ...

Mate Veza Yerba Mate IPA

For a naturally caffeinated beer, Mate Veza Yerba Mate IPA is pretty darn smooth. As a good IPA should be (thing Dogfiah Head), this brew from organic Yerba mate was smooth as butter out the bottle. And with its dry finish, the ...

Rogue Yellow Snow IPA

With a name like Yellow Snow IPA, you'd think this was made by Coors. But one drink and you know this isn't piss beer, rather another classic by the guys at Rogue. This hoppy, heady craft ...

Sierra Nevada Ruthless Rye IPA

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company's latest seasonal is the Ruthless Rye IPA. I've had it on tap at Applebees, and just got my hands on a six pack, and have to say I enjoyed the bottled version a little more this time ...

Red Hook IPA Longhammer

New label and bottle, but Red Hook IPA Longhammer is the same good ole Ipa with that distict bite to it.

Left Coast Brewing Trestles IPA

On the Left Coast, we love two things: beer and the beach. That's why Left Coast Brewing Company's Trestles IPA is so great. Trestles, named after the famous surf spot in Southern California, is brewed in the style of a classic American ...