IPAs have been such a trend lately, and one that I've readily and happily dove into, but now I'm coming up for air in this sea of IPA and looking for something else. I really haven't tried a whole ton of APAs because in my mind they were always "IPAs with less hops and who wants that, really?" Now I realize that I should give the category a bit more love-if for nothing other than just affirming my previous statement. For me a lot of IPAs, and most of the APAs I've tried, have a lot of caramel sweetness, honey notes, etc. This is fine, but not what I'm craving right now. I'd love some recommendations for bready (as opposed to caramelly), balanced, APAs on the drier side. I'm not opposed to a firm malt backbone, just looking to avoid the sugary flavor notes. Much appreciated!