IPA

Big Eye

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Big Eye IPA is a big hoppy brew, thanks to the abundance of American Columbus and Centennial varieties we use to flavor and dry hop. While the English originally added extra hops to preserve their beers for sea travel, we do it for the love of all that bold, intense flavor that makes India Pale Ale one of our favorite styles.

Kicker IPA

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Inspired by 24 hours of daylight, Kicker Session IPA is an anytime brew with fruity Citra and Amarillo hops and a burst of bright citrus Simcoe hop aroma.

Icy Bay IPA

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India Pale Ales are characterized by intense hop flavor and aroma accompanied with medium maltiness and body while also being crisp and dry.

Husky IPA

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This IPA has brilliant clarity with a medium golden color. It exhibits tropical and stone fruit flavors with aromas of tangerine and papaya.

Hop Turn

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Named after a radical skiing and snowboarding maneuver, Alaskan Brewing Company’s newest Spring Seasonal Release, Hop Turn IPA offers a change in direction from the recent trends in West Coast IPAs. Meant as an alternative to the hop bitterness wars that have defined much of the current development in IPAs, Hop Turn seeks a more delicate taste experience influenced by legendary old-world beers.

Session IPA

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A platform of Brewer’s, Aromatic and Caramel malts give the Nugget, Cascade and Tettnang hops in Session IPA a "nice place to mingle, get to know each other and deliver an outstanding flavor and relatively low ABV."

JP’s Ould Sod Irish Red IPA

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JP’s Ould Sod Irish Red IPA is brewed with peated malt, red malt and pale malt for a ruby red color and full, satisfying ale taste. The beer is as an Irish-style version of a traditional English India Pale Ale generously hopped with East Kent Golding and Fuggles hops.

Devli Made Me Do It

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A part of the Brewers Gone Wild Series, Devil Made Me Do It is a "big ol’ black beer with oatmeal silkiness." The brew if full bodied with soothingly rich coffee flavors.

Blindfold Black IPA

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A part of the Beer Camp series, this IPA sacrifices nothing for its drinkability, flexing big time flavor and complexity. The light color disguises the depth of the malt backbone, a pillar that balances the potent whole-cones of the piney-citrus Cascade and tropical fruit-like Citra hops.

Rye of the Tiger

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Made of Harrington 2-row base, crystal 45, biscuit, and rye malts with Columbus, warrior, and simcoe malts, Eye of the Tiger is a brew of strong citrus flavor and pine presence with a clean, dry finish.

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