Double/Imperial IPA

Skull Hammer

Skull Hammer follows up on the popularity of our award winning Hardcore Chimera. This Imperial IPA is a flavorful gateway into the depths of your skull. Nailing the East Coast Style IPA that is more sweet than bitter, this head banger hammers down with the citrussy blend of everyone's favorite hops including Citra, Mosaic, & Simcoe. Whether you are a neurosurgeon, Viking, carpenter, or beer enthusiast, this is the Hammer to reach for.

Tiny Feet

A little bird told us this Double IPA recipe. Centennial and El Dorado® hops give Tiny Feet loads of tangerine, lemon, mango and pineapple aromas, while malted rye adds a distinct grainy, slightly spicy flavor. Get it before this bird flies the coop!


Alaskan HOPothermia is a bold Double IPA. Nugget and Apollo hops added in the brew kettle provide a green, floral aroma and citrus hop base, while the later addition of Amarillo, Citra, and Centennial hops add notes of spicy grapefruit and orange, complimenting the resilient malt profile.

Third Voyage

This unique double IPA takes the style’s origins of brewing for a long voyage a step further. The brewers at Samuel Adams were inspired by the indomitable Capt. James Cook whose 3rd voyage made him the first to navigate a treacherous route from England to New Zealand to the Pacific Northwest. Using Cascade hops from each of these regions, Boston Beer Company created a brew that’s citrusy, earthy, and full of bold character.

Lake Erie Monster

Made of Harrington 2-row base and caramel 30 malts with simcoe and Willamette hops, Lake Erie Monster is an imperial India pale ale exploding with bold hop flavors.

Whole Hog IPA

It just wasn’t enough to use a blend of 5 varieties of hops in our India Pale Ale. We needed more. We needed to go wholehog! So, we added a sixth hop and created a more pronounced hop nose and massive hop flavor for our American twist to this legendary style. Whole Hog 6-Hop I.P.A. has a deep floral hop aroma combined with notes of baked citrus. Clean maltiness supports a dominate complex of six varieties of hops and creates a solid mouthfeel. This gives way to a lingering finish of supple hop bitterness, tangy citrus fruit and robust malt.


Bell's Hopslam Ale has the most complex hopping schedule in the Bell's repertoire, with six different hop varietals added to the brew kettle. Selected specifically because of their aromatic qualities, these Pacific Northwest varieties contribute a pungent blend of grapefruit, stone fruit, and floral notes. A generous malt bill and a solid dollop of honey provide just enough body to keep the balance in check, resulting in a remarkably drinkable rendition of the Double India Pale Ale style.