Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by nickapalooza86, Aug 29, 2013.
Dogfish Head 60 Minute
Bell's Two Hearted Ale
Have to say, Jai Alai would go up top here. As far as readily available, Anti-Hero and Two Hearted.
1) Ballast Point Sculpin IPA
2) Revolution Anti Hero IPA in Cans
Two Hearted Ale
Elysian Space Dust
80% 2 row
Amarillo BU:GU 1 (FWH, 5, 0)
US-05 fermented cool
Dry hopped with more Amarillo.
If I could get them fresh regularly, in no particular order...
Worthington White Shield
New Belgium Rampant
Founders Centennial IPA
Rinse and Repeat...
Crooked Tree in Michigan.
When I was in Seattle I drank a lot of Union Jack and Fremont IPA.
I actually had a sixer with the same canned on date and thought there was something off about it. I bought another sixer on 9/21, no born on date but it tastes excellent. So just a bad batch I guess.
Good idea! I wonder how it would taste to pour 5 of the best ipas into one glass?
Cans are subject to temp. change much more quickly than bottles, I only get them (cans) when they haven't been refrigerated yet for that reason.
Did you buy the cans cold?
I always forget about Hop Notch, and its just delicious.
Columbus Brewing IPA
Olde Hickory "The Redeemer"
Bells Two Hearted. The midwest is lucky to have this one.
Jai Alai, Stone IPA
Just had a Great Divide Titan and that shit is hard to beat.
Racer 5 and Alesmith's IPA. Delicious,Super easy to get, and pretty well priced in my opinion
Columbus brewery (Ohio) has some of the best Ipa's in the country
I'm drinking an Alesmith right now, rated world class on BA and 100 on rate beer and I wouldn't rate it close to Two Hearted. First time I saw it in the store, but I noticed it's stamped 7-2-13. Still, I've had older Bell's that tasted a damn sight better.
West Sixth IPA
schmaltzs lenny bruce rye ipa and sulpin
Columbus IPA and Jackie O's Mystic Mama.
Fresh anti-hero. just had some week old and its magical. Hard to tell sometimes though, they don't date on can.
Double Jack is the most accessible DIPA for me that I enjoy. I can get it anywhere even at my local supermarket.
I live in San Diego, every IPA is my favorite, it's a law here.
I completely agree, one of the smoothest, yet flavorful IPA's I've had.
Acoustic Ales "Willow Wolves"
Tree House Julius.
Bell's Two Hearted. Lagunitas Sucks if we are counting imperial ipas which i am sure we are.
La Cumbre Elevated. it's hard to go wrong with Torpedo, too.
1. Druid City Lamplighter
2. Oskar Blues G'Knight
Fat Head's Headhunter.
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