Session IPAs are a difficult beer to brew, and few breweries have learned the secret. Hops always have an intense flavor, but they need to be balanced with malt, but when you add the malt to balance the hops, you've also added ABV. That goes counter to the 'session' concept, thus the quandary for the brewer. Finding the right malt that has flavor with minimal sugar is the trick, but few brewers have figured it out. Founders All-Day has been the only one that I've had, and I was quite satisfied with it doing what it's supposed to do.