English IPA

English IPA's were first brewed in England and exported for the British troops in India during the late 1700s.

IPA's were basically tweaked Pale Ales that were, in comparison, much maltier, boasted a higher alcohol content and were well-hopped, as hops are a natural preservative. Historians believe that an IPA was then watered down for the troops, while officers and the elite would savor the beer at full strength.

The leaner the brew the less amount of malt there is and less need for a strong hop presence which would easily put the brew out of balance. Some brewers have tried to recreate the original IPA with strengths close to 8-9% ABV

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Brooklyn Brewery 'Brooklyn East IPA' 6 Pack Bottles

BROOKLYN EAST IPAPlenty of IPAs will promise you the moon and the stars,  looking to seduce you..

$11.99

Goose Island 'Goose IPA' 12 Pack Cans

From the ProducersGOOSE IPAOur India Pale Ale recalls a time when ales shipped from England to India..

$19.99

Goose Island 'Goose IPA' 24 Pack Bottles

From the ProducersGOOSE IPAOur India Pale Ale recalls a time when ales shipped from England to India..

$39.99

Goose Island 'Goose IPA' 6 Pack Bottles

From the ProducersGOOSE IPAOur India Pale Ale recalls a time when ales shipped from England to India..

$10.99

Great Lakes Brewing 'Commodore Perry' IPA 6 Pack Bottles

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$11.99