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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Immortale25, Jan 1, 2015.
I'd have to say as good as Stoneface IPA is there APA is just as good if not a little better IMO.
Me too!!! Oh, that's a beer?
Two brothers sidekick > outlaw
Although they're both great here in NJ, Kane Head High is better than their Overhead.
I agree with the other dude, I enjoy one claw better.
In general i agree, but when you come across lagunitas IPA fresh on tap, it's so good.
I think Deschutes Mirror Pond is better than Inversion.
I enjoy TG's PseudoSue better than all of the IPAs they make.
I second flying dog, doggystyle is worlds better than snakedog
Lumberyard in Flagstaff. Knotty Pine > Flag IPA
Slow day at the office so I'll get in on this:
Three Brothers: Great Outdoors > Hoptimization
Founders: Dry Hopped Pale Ale > Centennial IPA (though it is close)
DC Brau: The Public > Corruption
Deschutes: Mirror Pond > Inversion
Victory: Headwaters > Hop Devil
Schlafly. Their rotating IPAs are on point but Schlafly Dry Hopped APA is fan-damn-tastic.
Victory Headwaters is way better than HopDevil. HopDevil is very meh.
Agree with your thought on the Limbo IPA. It's definitely better than the Long Trail IPA. BB
I havent read one post in this thread but Trillium FPPA is the jewel of all the Trillium beers, IMHO.
I saw this thread and immediately thought the same thing
All been said but Sierra, Oskar Blues, Victory, Abita and Flying Dog. Founders is too close to call for me. I have to disagree with Newburyport. Did not care for their pale at all.
Just got back from the growler shop and the owner said the same thing. I'll give it a try when I see it in the stores. Pale ales are more flavorful at times with the hops shining thru more than an iPa.
I like Pseudo way more than Zeelander, but Sue and Nugget are pretty close.
Flat 12 Walkabout Pale Ale > Half Cycle IPA. Both are fantastic though.
Trillium by far. None of here IPAs hold up to 4 points pale ale. That is saying something about them. Congress & Melcher st. are great. Top 2 brewery in Ma, next to Tree House.
Bale Breaker's Field 41 Pale Ale > Top Cutter IPA?
I'm on the fence but many prefer Field 41 to Top Cutter.
I would take HFS over Susan, and possibly Abner (Abner is a bit tougher to come across so although Edward is a fave, I would have a hard time passing on Abner when available). Some others have said MO over Lunch and I gotta agree with that as well, haven't had Dinner though .
As many have stated, Deschutes. Mirror Pond and especially Red Chair are substantially better than Inversion. Fresh Squeezed may be a toss up depending on the day though.
Something is reminding me of Stegmaier! I'm pretty sure I preferred the pale ale to the IPA.
Pale Ale - http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/150/58494/
IPA - http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/150/58313/
Consensus on here says they're about even.
I am sorry but I couldn't disagree more. Overhead is tremendous
Summit and Steven's Point comes to mind.
Proclamation Ale Company's Derivative is incredible and supercedes their Derivative IPA in my opinion.
A medicore, forgettable IPA? Yeah.
Awful? Far from it.
Half Acre Daisy Cutter is awesome. Better than most IPAs
I don't know, man, I've had it a couple of times on draft and couldn't finish the glass either time. Maybe old kegs/dirty lines, but ugh.
I prefer Westbrook One Claw to their IPA
I prefer Invasion over Jai Alai, but both have a special place in my heart.
Not contract for long either--I believe they just bought the original Smuttynose brewery on Heritage Ave in Portsmouth.
Edward is Hill Farmstead's best hoppy beer.
In my mind Coors Pale Ale is way better than Coors IPA.