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Ask a Cicerone: The Best American Pale Ale

It all started with Sierra Nevada. But where should you go from there on your American Pale Ale tasting journey? The best APAs on the market, according to our crew of Certified Cicerones.

Stone 18th Anniversary IPA – Tasting Notes

From Stone Brewing Co. - As we compose the text for this celebratory beer—a golden-brown India pale ale dry-hopped exclusively a… The post Stone 18th Anniversary IPA – Tasting Notes appeared first on

Worthy Brewing Collaborates With Whole Foods Market NW Team

Bend, OR – Worthy Brewing Company has released an early fall brew, bringing the classic English Pale Ale malt flavors togeth… The post Worthy Brewing Collaborates With Whole Foods Market NW Team appeared first on

Squatters Full Suspension Pale Ale

Of all the Squatters and Wasatch samples that I received a couple of weeks back, it’s Full Suspension Pale Ale that came out the winner. This 4% ABV and 40 IBU American Pale Ale was the cleanest drinking brew of the bunch and showed considerable hop character for such a small beer. It’s easy to […] The post Squatters Full Suspension Pale Ale appeared first on The Barley Blog.

Blue Mountain Brewery Blue Reserve

I don’t know much about Blue Mountain Brewery’s strong Belgian pale ale, Blue Reserve, except that I found a single bottle of it that I enjoyed back in late May of this year. The beer is 7% ABV and 44 IBU and is packaged in a 750ml bottle with cork and cage. Beyond that, you’ve […] The post Blue Mountain Brewery Blue Reserve appeared first on The Barley Blog.

Hodor's Pale Ale - Taste The Hodor

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Hodor's Pale Ale by APSketches There's a new beer on the market that stupifies the drinker, a brew that reduces the power of speech to one word, affectionately known as Hodor's Pale Ale. It's got the kick of a frostmule and a robustShow More Summary

Hardywood Park Capital Trail Pale Ale

Richmond, VA’s Hardywood Park creates some truly magical beers, many of which I’ve enjoyed through the past couple of years. While most folks I know tend to favor their bigger, barrel-aged brews, I consistently find myself gravitating to their Singel and Capital Trail Pale Ale. Show More Summary

Pabst IPA: Welcome to 2014

OK, officially, we’re talking about the return of Ballatine India Pale Ale. But Pabst owns the brand and here’s a key quote from Pabst brewmaster Greg Deuhs: “We are hoping that the current (Pabst Blue Ribbon) consumers will embrace the Ballantine IPA.” So I think there’s merit in the headline. In any event, very good […]

Bamboo pale Ale beer from modern craft brewery

In order to be a novel alternative in the industry of microbreweries in Mexico, a young entrepreneur opted for the manufacture and marketing of a beer made from bamboo, first of its kind in the country and Latin America, a fact that led him in 2012 to create the company Bambusa, located in Cholula, Puebla, in center Mexico.

Pabst Is Bringing Back Extinct Ballantine India Pale Ale

Before its rise to prominence in the 40s section of your local bodega, Ballantine Brewing Co.—a New Jersey company started in 1878—offered a highly respected India Pale Ale. Unfortunately, the original brew was pushed out in the 1970s when big box brewers dominated America's beer production. Show More Summary

Comebacks: Pabst Is Bringing Back Ballantine India Pale Ale

Beer maker Pabst is resurrecting Ballantine India Pale Ale. According to USA Today, the IPA was first brewed at Ballantine Brewing Company in Newark, New Jersey in 1878. The original recipe was "phased out" in the 1970s "as big-bran...

Pabst Will Bring Ballantine Pale Ale Back From the Dead

Made with hop oil and American oaks. "Have we reached peak PBR?" Outside asked earlier this month, and now Pabst Brewing's latest move seems to suggest we have. The beer company is hoping it has the next great hipster brew on its hands...Show More Summary

Stone Brewing Co. Releases Stone 18th Anniversary IPA

Press Release ESCONDIDO, CA (Aug. 11, 2014) – Eighteen years ago, beer geek entrepreneurs Greg Koch and Steve Wagner launched Stone Brewing Co., selling the first keg of Stone Pale Ale to San Diego County brewpub Pizza Port. Since unleashing that inaugural brew, Stone has earned a reputation for making bold, flavorful and hop-centric beers. Show More Summary

Bars & Pubs - Bastard Children of the British Empire: The evolution of pale ale

Tue 21 Oct 4 Pines is hosting an opportunity to journey through the history of the Pale Ale. They will feature 6 different craft beers to show you how it all came...

Beachwood Greenshift (3rd Anniversary DIPA)

From – Beachwood Brewing - Greenshift is a gargantuan double India pale ale with a wide spectrum of hops. Citra, Amarillo, … The post Beachwood Greenshift (3rd Anniversary DIPA) appeared first on

Bars & Pubs - Monteith's total tap takeover

Thu 31 Jul Monteiths are taking over all the taps at the Royal Albert Hotel for one night and they are bringing their American pale ale and alcoholic ginger beer...

How a Teetotaler Unleashed America's Craft Brew Revolution

MaxyM/Shutterstock America's craft brew industry is booming. Domestically produced styles like India pale ale, American wheat beer and imperial stouts are so popular that they're even making an impact in strongholds of traditional brewing like Germany. Show More Summary

Old Bust Head Brewery Bust Head English Pale Ale

Along with a six pack of Old Bust Head’s Wildcat IPA that I purchased a while back, I also snagged a sixer of their Bust Head English Pale Ale. This was also a brew that I had sampled with mixed results at their grand opening. Again, I believe that experience was due to several beers […] The post Old Bust Head Brewery Bust Head English Pale Ale appeared first on The Barley Blog.

Saturday Evening In Section 201, Seat 9

I had three beers over the weekend. A Brooklyn Summer ale at the Hops Spot in Sackets Harbor, NY with lunch Saturday. A Saranac Pale Ale at the Chiefs - Paw Sox game that evening. A Syracuse Pale Ale at the Dinosaur BBQ with lunch the next day. Show More Summary

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