American-style IPA

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Roosters Baby-Faced Assassin

Roosters Baby-Faced Assassin
Roosters Baby-Faced Assassin

Unit price

£2.49
6.1%
330ml
Britain

Mikkeller San Diego Don Graper

Mikkeller San Diego Don Graper
Mikkeller San Diego Don Graper
7.0%
475ml
Denmark

To Øl Black Maria

To Øl Black Maria
To Øl Black Maria
8.1%
330ml
Denmark

BrewDog Punk IPA

BrewDog Punk IPA
BrewDog Punk IPA
5.6%
330ml
Britain

Flying Dog Snake Dog

Flying Dog Snake Dog
Flying Dog Snake Dog
7.1%
330ml
America

Williams Bros. Joker IPA

Williams Bros. Joker IPA
Williams Bros. Joker IPA
4.1%
500ml
Britain

BrewDog Punk IPA (can)

BrewDog Punk IPA Can
BrewDog Punk IPA (can)
5.6%
330ml
Britain

Green's Naturally Gluten Free Grand IPA

Green's Naturally Gluten Free Grand IPA
Green's Naturally Gluten Free Grand IPA
5%
330ml
Britain

Stone Berlin IPA Can

Stone Berlin IPA
Stone Berlin IPA Can
6.9%
330ml
America

Sierra Nevada Torpedo

Sierra Nevada Torpedo 355ml
Sierra Nevada Torpedo
7.2%
355ml
America

Harviestoun IPA

Harviestoun IPA
Harviestoun IPA
5.8%
330ml
Britain

Hitachino Japanese Classic

Hitachino Japanese Classic
Hitachino Japanese Classic
7.0%
330ml
Japan

Birra del Borgo Re Ale

Birra del Borgo Re Ale
Birra del Borgo Re Ale
6.4%
330ml
Italy

Vocation Life & Death

Vocation Life & Death
Vocation Life & Death
6.5%
330ml
Britain

Magic Rock Cannonball IPA

Magic Rock Cannonball IPA
Magic Rock Cannonball IPA
7.4%
330ml
Britain

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Big, bold, and quintessentially American, the American IPA is the style that can be thanked for making hops the star of the show and spurring on the so-called Craft Beer Revolution. A favourite of hop-heads and those who like exceptionally bitter beer, this style is assertively hoppy and higher in alcohol than a pale ale and it displays the resin, pine, citrus, and floral aromas and flavours of American hop varieties. This style is well-suited for some wacky experiments and trends; it's expected to find American IPAs come in black, rye, or with a whole lot of different ingredients chucked in!

It's important to note that this style is so popular that it is created in its hop-loving and big-flavoured form all over the world. So, just because it an American beer in style doesn't necessarily mean it is American in its origin--it could come from anywhere from the UK to Denmark to Australia!