Would Rochester Mills' Cornerstone or Witches Hat's Big Doedish qualify? Those two would rate high for me. Not much of a fan of the year-round selections of MI IPAs though, having moved here from San Diego (I think I got too used to the "West Coast IPA" style a la Green Flash or anything from Alpine). Red's Rye is good, and so is Two Hearted and Singapore, but nothing compared to the seasonal selections of IPAs in the state - eg Kuhnhenn's DRIPA, Short's The Liberator and Controversiale, Founders' All Day IPA, Odd Side's Citra Pale Ale, and even some of the off-shoots like Big Red Coq, Anger, and Sky High Rye (especially in teh can). Does anyone know why breweries don't brew some of those more popular IPAs year round? Is it the cost or availability of the hops? Wet hops for some?