I just had a really odd observation today. And I’m entirely expecting to be the odd one out on my own experience. I bought some Columbus Brewing Insane Wanderer Vol. 1 IPA over the weekend. And it’s just marvelous and STUPIDLY drinkable. Yet for the 7.4% ABV, it proved quite dangerous. It was then I realized I never really go for beers within the >7 to < 8% range. I don’t think I’ve bought an IPA within that range in...shit, quite a while. It’s usually above or below. When I want a beer, either I want to have quite a few on the weekend or (if it’s been a long day at work) I want to have just one heavy hitter afterward. It’s an awkward range for me. That range can have a super crushable beer, but it’ll crush you right back if you’re not careful I also have been seeing so many IPAs trending on the 6% range or lower, and all others hitting 8% plus. There’s something about that 7% that seems like the blurring line between a reasonable “session” beer and a “one-hitter”. Why are my feels so strong??