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Evil Twin Brewing Falco India Pale Ale

If there’s a “trash bird” in the world of craft beer, it’s unquestionably IPA. Like starlings and pigeons, these flamboyantly...

Full Sail Brewing Releases 8 Pound Pale Fresh Hop Ale

(Hood River, OR) – Full Sail Brewing Co. is excited to release this year’s Brewmaster Reserve 8 Pound Pale Fresh... read post The post Full Sail Brewing Releases 8 Pound Pale Fresh Hop Ale appeared first on The Full Pint - Craft Beer News.

Maui Brewing Releases Mosaic Mo’Betta Double …IPA

(Kihei, HI) – Maui Brewing Company is pleased to announce the limited release of Mosaic Mo’Betta Double India Pale Ale,... read post The post Maui Brewing Releases Mosaic Mo’Betta Double … IPA appeared first on The Full Pint - Craft Beer News.

Sun King beer finally comes to Chicago, and Wee Mac is the one to try first

The beer: Wee Mac Scottish-style Ale, Sun King Brewing (Indianapolis) What it is: A throwback. One of Sun King's three core beers (the others are an easy-drinking cream ale and a pale ale), Wee Mac is a Scottish ale — dark brown, approachable and malt-forward. It may not ring a bell for the crowd...

Creature Comforts Automatic

Product description: Automatic is a modern pale ale with an ABV of 5.2% that features a prominent hop flavor and aroma. The beer appe… The post Creature Comforts Automatic appeared first on

Meet The Hazemakers of California

For many years, California and the West Coast were synonymous with India Pale Ale. Pioneer hop-forward brewers such as Sierra Neva… The post Meet The Hazemakers of California appeared first on

Beer Man: Ommegang adds flavorful complexity to the sour ale style

The 6.9% ABV Pale Sour Ale is a collaboration with Liefmans brewery of Belgium.        

Cheeky Monkey Brewing Co. Opens Later This Month in Fenway

With IPAs, pale ales, wheat beers, and more A new brewpub headed for Boston’s Fenway neighborhood is on track to open later this month. Cheeky Monkey Brewing Co. will bring beer, a street food-inspired menu, and games to 3 Landsdowne...Show More Summary

Beer Man: This American India pale ale has a kick

Despite its pronounced pine, Change Order from Dust Bowl Brewing, has noticeable malt background.        

How To Pair Beer With Cheese [Infographic]

Cheese and beer are a perfect marriage -- but only if they have chemistry to begin with. This handy infographic pairs up nine popular beer types with the cheeses that suit them the most; from sharp cheddar (pale ale) to blue cheese (stout). More »      

Summer’s here, time to drink yellow beer

It wasn’t so long ago that straw yellow beer was considered the enemy of the craft beer movement. Light lager represented the unimaginative hegemony of the giant breweries, while pungent pale ales and inky stouts were deemed more flavorful, genuine expressions of the brewer’s trade. But recently,...

Other Half / LIC Beer Project Still Shinin’

Product description: “Still Shinin’ India Pale Ale(6.5%) in collaboration with LIC Beer Project is a wheat and oat b… The post Other Half / LIC Beer Project Still Shinin’ appeared first on

OC Fair 2017: Top 5 beers from the Brew Hee Haw Craft Beer Round Up

Hundreds of beer lovers turned out for the fourth annual Brew Hee Haw in Costa Mesa to sample over 80 pale ales, IPA's, stouts, lagers, saisons, hefeweizens and more from dozens of craft breweries.

Alesmith Hall of Fame Imperial San Diego Pale Ale .394 to be made Available in All U.S. Markets

The post, Alesmith Hall of Fame Imperial San Diego Pale Ale.394 to be made Available in All U.S. Markets, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Second Generation Tip-of-the-Cap to Tony Gwynn Keeps Memory of Baseball Legend Alive SAN DIEGO...Show More Summary

Why IPA beers have 'India' in their names — and how they fit into a key part of human history

Most beer fans — hop-heads especially — know the basic lore behind the term IPA. The India Pale Ale was created so that the British could keep drinking beer while colonizing the world. When India was a British colony, it was tough to brew beer there because of the hot weather. Show More Summary

Why IPA beers have 'India' in the name — and why it tastes so unique

Patrick McGovern is the scientific director of the Biomolecular Archaeology Project at the University of Pennsylvania Museum. In this video, he shares his knowledge on how India Pale Ales were first created and how it got its name. Following is a transcript of the video. I’m Patrick McGovern. Show More Summary

Double Daisy Cutter from Half Acre Beer Co.

Among many quality hoppy beers, the annual release of Double Daisy Cutter — an imperial version of the brewery's flagship pale ale — is indulgent fruity citrus perfection.

Matilda Belgian pale ale from Goose Island Beer Co.

Production of Goose Island's bigger-volume beers has been shipped off to massive Anheuser-Busch InBev plants, but the best of the best, like Matilda, are still made in Chicago. Due in part to the Brettanomyces yeast within, this beer can be a little finicky, but when done right, this earthy, fruity,...

Jungle Boogie (pale wheat ale) from Marz Brewing

Bridgeport's Marz Brewing seems to have 6,000 beers on shelves, but in fact it's only about 5,500. (I counted.) One of the standouts is Jungle Boogie, which boasts not only a top-notch name, but also fun in a bottle: This hoppy wheat ale with rooibos tea always reminds me of Juicy Fruit gum. In...

The Weight from Piece Brewery and Pizzera

One of the most decorated breweries in Chicago stands in the shadow of a kitchen pumping out fantastic pizza, but Piece's beer is as good as anywhere. Brewer Jonathan Cutler's pale ales are particular standouts, and routinely flawless. It's hard to pick one, but The Weight is a highlight for its...

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