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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by 19etz55, Feb 15, 2013.
always prefer hops to sweet/bready malt, IPAs are my go-to beer.
Never had this style before, are they good? Sounds a little dry to me.
While I enjoy varied styles IPA's are my favorites. Some I enjoy: Sculpin IPA, Blind Pig IPA, Victory Hop Devil, & Loose Cannon IPA. My favorite is Pliny the Elder but I only get that on California visits.
Kanes Double Overhead > Head high. Try it!
Quite the opposite with me. I don't care for IPA's or DIPA's whatsoever. Every revered one I have tried tastes like carbonated grapefruit juice with malt mixed in.
Just my personal taste but I prefer other styles like Belgian ales and stouts and really "don't get" the whole IPA craze.
Yes. Have a nice day.
Same here. Not many non-IPA's interest me much these days unless they're really interesting. I do like a nice imperial stout or Barleywine once a week or so, but generally...the hops are what I crave.
Same here. I even started a similar thread a few weeks ago. I miss the hops when I drink other styles.
Where can you get Kane's? is it only sold around the shore? Do they bottle and sell sixers? tried going to their website and it isn't really even set up... just says how they were trying to get up and running in summer 2011...
There are so many different hop and malt combinations to experience with IPAs so they generally never get boring to me. However, I am open to all styles, even ones with very little to no hop character.
I cant seem to buy anything else, Browsing around Total wine and More for the better part of 30 minutes , I will come up with 5 out of 6 beers being IPA's , even if I am looking for a session beer.
I have to agree. Stone is one that everyone knows about, But Bear republic makes about the best west coast IPA out there. Another great style is the dry hopped beers of Oskar blues. very unique in their flavor profile. GKnight Imerial Red is always in my fridge.
Not sure where to get it. I've looked all around but can't find it. I was lucky enough to have it at the Asbury Park Beerfest.
Had a Lagunitas IPA on tap the other night. Fantastic!
Yep. I range out to other styles, sure, but my core of interest, is IPA/DIPA.
I think, as with all matters of taste, to each their own. Having said that,
I couldn't be happier to be hooked!
Yea, The only style I seek out more would be Barleywine but since the ratio of IPA to Barleywine is 1,000,000 to 1, I typically buy more IPAs.
A thousand times yes.
I just drink hop tea with a shot of graves
Is this a rhetorical question. Hoppiness is good for you....like antioxidants and vitamin C....
Yes, that's why I drive an hour to Munster, IN once a month.
I appreciate IPA's but am by no means hooked on them. Sours however ....
The yawn was for one dimensional, over hopped, IPA's in general. I used to like them 15 years ago when they were more balanced. These days I only like British IPA's
A lot of IPAs are very flavorful for the money. Belgians are great, but pricey.
Yes, I have fallen in love with the hops....
May there be some addictive substance in the hops?
You left out Alpine, how can you say IPA without them in the mix... For that matter how can you say IPA without saying ALpine
Beer thats what I like Hoppy, malty, guezy, smokey, soury.. Beer thats whats for dinner!
Oh and the occaisional walk home... Sorry if I slured my words. I was thinkin about Beer.
I used to like hop bombs but now I couldn't give a shit less to be honest. I like the "east coast" style IPAs just fine though. My favorite to date is probably Burton Baton (not a traditional IPA, I know). I really don't understand the crazy one dimensional hoppy beer craze but as long as people drink what they like its ok.
Haven't had it--gotta have it since you said so!
Yes, to the point its practicaly all I purchase. Stouts have never been my forte, and I find most others lack in the flavor department when compared to true hoppy IPA. I love the smell so much I use it as cologne, jk.
I'm obsessed!! Have a fridge full of amazing stouts that I can't seem to want to drink cause I keep reaching for an ipa!!
I love my IPA's but I know a lot of my customers who will only drink pale hoppy stuff and I dont understand it. Sure there's lots of versatility in the style, but there's lots of versatility in other styles and just beer itself.
Back when I first got into craft beers I didn’t like IPA’s all that much. Then I went through a phase where that’s all I wanted. Now I think I’ve “normalized” and I like them, but they’re not my favorite.
These days I’ve found myself really enjoying the “classic” IPA’s that kind-of aren’t cool anymore. Beers like Hop Devil, 90 Minute, Titan, Stone IPA, Union Jack, etc.
Stone Brewing Co.'s Ruination might be the greatest IPA I have ever had. They are a San Diego Brewery. I am not sure how national their sales force is, so I'm not sure if they are only CA distributed. If any of you have a chance to try it, get in it! If you like West Coast syle hops, this is the ultimate.
This is truly an excellent IPA or DIPA. I keep it on hand as much as possible.
That was my daughter's favorite IPA but to me it tastes like soapy water. Everybody's taste buds are different
Also Stone is widely available so never fear if you find yourself on the East coast
I started out with IPAs/DIPAs- DFH 90 minute is what really pushed me into the craft beer movement. There are times where I really feel the true pleasure drinking an IPA, but these usually come after I expand my horizons to something else and then come back to IPAs. Recently its been stouts, and I'm looking at expanding into sours and Belgian ales. But I just had a bottle of Pliny and it was sublime. It's going to always be my "first love" so to speak, and I will always come back to a good IPA/DIPA, especially if I can trade for Pliny or Heady Topper.
Yes I didn't even realize it but I only had IPAs in my fridge for a few weeks. Just bought a bunch of non-IPAs to make up for it.
I'm nervous that I've limited my beer drinking to IPA's only, but I'm not satisfied drinking a beer that isn't hopped out.. It's ridiculous how much hops I add to my home brew, and forget about not dry hopping.. Lol