Indian Pale Ale (IPA) – a hoppy beer style within the broader category of pale ale IPA’s became popular in mid 19th century England. Having a long history in both Canada and the United States many breweries produce their own version of an IPA

Developing it’s distinction in the 18th century as a more hoppy beer than the typical pale ale IPA’s grew to become one of the most common and popular ales in the world today

Below are some of the many IPA’s we’ve tried and reviewed.

The Indian Pale Ale’s

Anchorage Brewing’s IPAs will blow you away

Featured Image Credit:@WolfSkullJack Anytime I see an IPA from Anchorage Brewing appear on my Tavour account, I add it to my crate immediately. Like most people nowadays, I am a big fan of IPA’s, and Anchorage has some of the best Hazy, DDH IPA’s I’ve ever had. Anchorage Brewing caught my eye right away with…

Did you say Piña Colada Shake IPA?! Oh babe.

I wish I could hire someone for my blog who specifically does word puns…then I wouldn’t have to worry about spending so much time with some of my silly article titles. I will be reviewing beers that I have purchased through Tavour, a ground breaking app that features some of the highest rated craft brews…

Come drink beer in historic Butte, America – Butte Brewing Company

The top brewery in Butte, Montana and most historic, Butte Brewing Company, quickly became my favorite the day I arrived in this city. The new infrastructure of the brewery is a good looking building, and resembles the old Butte mining architecture. Butte Brewing Co. was founded in 1885, and has been a staple of the…