American IPA

White IPA

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This White IPA is crafted with four varieties of hops, wheat, coriander and a hint of orange peel for a balanced taste with a bright hop aroma. The beer is unfiltered, pleasantly hoppy, and incredibly balanced, making it the best of both styles.

American IPA

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Wisconsin Brewing Company's American IPA is "all about a good malt foundation and a whole lotta’ hops." Brewed with Wisconsin-grown Centennial, Chinook and Columbus varieties with west coast Cascade, this brew "packs a symphony of flavor."

Beyond the Pale IPA

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Golden in color with a heavenly hop aroma, Beyond the Pale IPA is artfully balanced with celestial hop flavor and clean malt character. Galaxy hops are the "star of the show" while notes of passion fruit shine through. Beyond the Pale IPA has a crisp finish with lingering hop bitterness that is out of this world.

Harvest Northern Hemisphere

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Northern Hemisphere Harvest Ale is the beer that launched the “wet hop” craze here in America. Brewed with wet hops plucked straight from the fields in Yakima, WA, and into the brew kettles within 24 hours of growing on the vine, Northern Hemisphere does not take shortcuts. Because hops are incredibly perishable, using hops “wet,” or un-dried, preserves all of the precious oils and resins for a unique drinking experience.

Harvest Southern Hemisphere

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In 2008, Sierra Nevada launched the southern counterpart to their popular Harvest Ale, featuring fresh hops picked, dried and shipped from New Zealand within seven days of the fields. Southern Hemisphere is a south-by-north fusion that showcases the intriguing floral and herbal flavors and aromas of New Zealand-grown Southern Cross, Pacifica and Motueka hops.

IPA

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This award-winning IPA is the "first of many cerebral drinking experiences" from Hopothesis Beer Company. This malt-forward, English-Style India Pale Ale is specifically formulated to be flavorful and approachable.

Threadless

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Finch’s Beer Company’s Threadless IPA is the gold medal winner in the IPA category at the 2013 World Exposition of Beer, Michigan’s largest international beer sampling event. The brew is a balanced experience of both perceived hoppiness and true bitterness. It pours a darker amber color and finishes with a citrus flavor.

Bark Bite

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Bark Bite is brewed with citrus hops and it's front loaded for a big refreshing bite. "Long after your day is done, Bark Bite is still working hard, bringing the bite."

Ruthless Rye

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Rugged and resilient, rye has been a staple grain for ages and its spicy black pepper-like flavor has been prized by distillers and brewers for centuries. Rye thrives in the harshest conditions and comes to life in Ruthless, a spicy and rugged IPA with fruity, citrus and herbal hop notes balanced with the dry spiciness of the rye, making the beer "aggressive yet comforting to bolster against whatever the winter winds may bring."

Northern Hemisphere Harvest

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The first wet hop Harvest ale. From the fields and into the kettle in less than 24 hours.

Northern Hemisphere Harvest Ale is the beer that launched the “wet hop” craze here in America. Brewed with wet hops plucked straight from the fields in Yakima, WA, and into our brew kettles within 24 hours of growing on the vine, Northern Hemisphere does not take shortcuts. Because hops are incredibly perishable, using hops “wet,” or un-dried, preserves all of the precious oils and resins for a unique drinking experience.

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