I've been into beer for 7 or 8 years and travel extensively for work. I'm always exited to go to new towns to try the local beer. I've always been partial to IPA/DIPA/APA. It used to be that each brewery had one IPA, with maybe some experimental at the brewpubs. I enjoy the variations with different hops, etc., but I've really grown tired of ordering an IPA at a bar or buying one at my local store that are not IPA's at all. The fruit craze is part of that. There are some very good ones, like Sculpin Grapefruit, but there are so many others that drink like flavored pales at best, flavored blondes or even Shandy's. Rye beers are another style that are marketed as IPA's when they often are not. There are some very fine examples that do fit the style. My personal favorite is Founders Red's Rye, but for every solid example there are many more that are marketed as Rye IPA's that don't come close. I know the letters IPA get tap handles and shelf space, but I'm becoming very cautious of what I buy now. If a brewer burns me with fake marketing, it makes me reluctant to return. I actually don't mind some of the beers, but please call them what they are. I try many styles and if they are good, I'll likely find them anyway. I know I can vote with my $ and I do. I'm just curious if any others have thoughts on this issue? Cheers.