Top Porters and IPA Beer
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Top Porters and IPA Beer

Beer has simple main ingredients of barley, wheat, and hops produce many varieties of beer. IPAs have increased in popularity over the last decade. It is autumn and many are celebrating the harvest by relaxing and enjoying the tastes of IPA.

Beer has simple main ingredients of barley, wheat, and hops produce many varieties of beer. IPAs have increased in popularity over the last decade. It is autumn and many are celebrating the harvest by relaxing and enjoying the tastes of IPA.

IPA is an abbreviated for India Pale Ale. India Pale Ales were first brewed in England in the 18th century.

To start, let’s define what makes a IPA beer a unique type of beverage. The key characteristic of India Pale Ales is a medium amount of alcohol, with a bitter flavor that is sometimes malty. Here are the top 10 IPAs according to friends and acquaintances.

1. San Diego’s Alesmith scores highest among IPAs on ratebeer.com, a popular survey of thousands of beers and user preferences.

2. Meantime Brewing Company’s India Pale Ale is conservatively brewed and fermented over a long time to balance its bitterness with a fruity presence.

3. Dogfish Head’s 120 minute Ale is enjoyed slowly to savor the tastes of this larger bottle of beer. The alcohol content is very high and should be enjoyed responsibly.

4. Bell’s Two Hearted Ale has distinct nodes that synchronize with a bitter twist of flavors. Mouth feel is smooth but taste is heavy.

5. Victory Brewing Company’s Hopdevil Ale is one of the top American crafts in this genre for its aromatic opening and strong finish.

6. Boulevard Brewing Company produces a Double Pale Ale that packs nearly twice the hops for a bitter end taste.

7. Middle Ages Brewing Company’s Impaled Ale is 6.5% alcohol per volume, has a subtle malt taste, and is one of England’s hoppier products.

8. Surly Brewing Company’s “Surly Furious” ale uses over four pounds of hops per barrel to produce a very strong beer.

9. In the Pacific Northwest, Pelican India Ale, scores well for its amber color, bubbly head, and citrus flavor.

10. The Green Flash West IPA finishes this list for its grapefruit zest, and floral aroma that fills out the area of the bottle. It has a nice bitterness with a hint of sweet. It also carries a slight taste of pine.

There are many varieties that are new this year for you to sample, have your own beer summit like our President, or just enjoy your evenings. Be sure to drink responsibly, not matter what the season, and always enlist a designated driver. Enjoy fall and be good to each other.

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Comments (2)

Very nice review. I enjoy Alexander Kieth's IPA from Nova Scotia - it's not too bitter. I also appreciate your advice to drink responsibly. Well done!

Great review. Thanks for posting.

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