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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by geneseohawk, Nov 24, 2012.
New Albanian Brewing Company's Hoptimus IPA, So freaking good!!!
Lunch, Maine Beer Company
Schlafly New Zealand IPA. I don't live in StL which makes me sad because it's a truly amazing IPA
Every IPA Toppling Goliath has ever made. I cannot wait until they start bottling this spring. Golden Nugget is sublime.
10 Barrel Apocalypse surprised me bigtime. Almost every Beachwood IPA ever made. Oh... and Societe is going to turn some heads when/ if they start bottling their 3 IPAs.
Earth Eagle Brewings in Portsmouth, NH just opened up a tasting room, and their New England Gangsta' is citra-hopped and superbly juicy goodness. Their IIPA, Jack Wagon, is also great.
Helltown in Pittsburgh is making some great IPAs. They are fairly new but are really starting to make a splash in the local market.
The Rapture IPA
Idle Hands Double IPA
Schlafly AIPA and TIPA
Mathias from Haymarket Brewery in Chicago
831 IPA from Sante Adairius.
UINTA HOP NOTCH
Rough Draft Eraser IPA
Gotta throw in another vote for Steel Toe, Size 7. Such a fantastic beer. Trade for it!
chicago people know about it this and the rest of you should too. pipeworks ninja vs unicorn and pipeworks citra ninja.
Floyd IPA by Ruth McGowans is a great local IPA that no one seems to know about.
Hop Whoopin' by O'so Brewing Company in Plover, WI
I've only had it a couple of times but I absolutely loved this beer. It makes me wish I could get back to WI more often. And I'm shocked that it's score is only 86.
Fearless Brewing makes a mean IPA.
Awesome! I'll pick up a pint the next time I'm shopping for skinny jeans!
Apex by Bear Republic, although it's technically a DIPA. I don't know if that was a "only brewed once" kinda deal or whatever, but it only has 159 reviews on BA, and I was lucky enough to find it on tap at the South Philly Taproom a while back. S*** is amazing.
Just had Simtra after drinking a Pliny. That gets my vote
OT20 Double IPA from The Old Toad in Rochester, NY. It's there house IIPA and it is one of the best things I've ever had
Simtra, Sculpin, Wookey Jack, Butcherstown Black, The Incredible Hop, Caldera IPA.
Coop Ale Works F5 IPA. Should get more recognition once they start canning it!
Ithaca Flower Power. Had a growler of it. Powerfully good!
Got to go local: Pipeworks Citra Ninja or Haymarket Mathias
thats what im saying.. go find this beer people!!
Really not fair , but Foothills Jade. Scores a 94, in house only. Some of the better stuff is regional only.
Simtra is awesome.... my local stop just picked up 4 cases.
Stormchaser, the summer seasonal from Free State. Centennial and Citra!
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Schlafly AIPA. Fantastic beer. If it were brewed on the west/east coast it would cost twice as much. Also, Schlafly's Tasmanian IPA is pretty darn good also and nobody knows about that.
Mikkeller Single Hop Amarillo.
Yep. Elevated was the star IPA of 2012, IMO.
anything with "jade" in the name from Foothills. They also have a 100+ IBU 3.5% beer that is awesome.
White Rajah out of Cleveland, OH and Orange Whip out of Falls Church, VA are two of the finest under-the-radar IPAs I've encountered.
Oh and Evolution Lot No. 3 IPA.
Deep Ellum IPA is one of the best IPAs I have ever had
La Cumbre Elevated IPA...amazing stuff!!
Thomas Hooker Hop Valley IPA is fantastic if you live in CT
Just Outstanding IPA by Kern River is a great brew.