Danger of IPAs

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by BetterBeerPlz, Feb 1, 2013.

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  1. PatriotsRule

    PatriotsRule Aspirant (257) Sep 25, 2012 Massachusetts

    I too love me some flavorful lager. Try an ipl from framingham's jack's Abby brewery!
  2. Bitterbill

    Bitterbill Poo-Bah (5,341) Sep 14, 2002 Wyoming
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    No. I can appreciate well made beers of all styles.
  3. Hanzo

    Hanzo Initiate (0) Feb 27, 2012 Virginia

    I generally gravitate to beers with bold flavors but I can still enjoy the lighter stuff. I think the main thing is not to switch from some massive DIPA to a low flavored beer in the same session.
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  4. terence

    terence Disciple (336) Mar 18, 2012 California

    Could you recommend some lagers for hopheads?

    CORKSCREWFISH Initiate (0) Apr 22, 2011 Illinois

    Double Crooked Tree........Damn if this isn't one of the biggest,baddest,most beautiful DIPA's.So infrequently mentioned here, and yet it puts beers like Hypeslam and Aunt Jemima's 120min to shame! Of course,that's just like ,my opinion man!
  6. ESHBG

    ESHBG Aspirant (232) Jul 30, 2011 Pennsylvania

    I'm not sure what you will have access to but since you specifically mentioned hops, here are a few that I know of: Sam Adams Double Agent IPL, Victory Prima Pils, Sixpoint The Crisp. And I haven't had the one PatriotsRule mentioned yet but I hear good things about it:
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