Month: October 2016

Lagunitas Hop Stoopid Ale

The name says it all. This brew is deeply hoppy and will satisfy your cravings for a bitter assault on your tastebuds. Weighing in at 8% ABV and 102 IBUs, this beer will make you forget all about the creepy barn on the front of its 22 oz bottle. In an era where some breweries think […]

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Sierra Nevada Hop Hunter

We believe we speak for everyone when we say, “thanks Sierra Nevada for finally offering a good, year round IPA”. Hop Hunter checks all of our boxes when it comes to picking up a 12 pack for the week… or let’s face it; a couple days. We went through a six week period where it was […]

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Saint Archer IPA

You may already be noticing a theme that many of the IPAs we review here at IPAholics are from San Diego. This is simply due to the fact that San Diego is a major hotspot for the West Coast style of IPA that we have come to love. Saint Archer does a great job of delivering the flavors and smell […]

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Ballast Point Pineapple Sculpin

Let’s face it, fruit infused IPAs are here to stay. Don’t be lulled into thinking that these are the malt liquor hard lemonades that radio ads assault your ears with. When done right, fruit flavored IPAs can be truly incredible. Ballast Point accomplishes this with several of their Sculpin IPAs, including the Pineapple Sculpin. This […]

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Stone Ruination Double IPA 2.0 Review

Here at IPAholics we have been, and always will be fans of Stone Brewing. The Ruination Double IPA 2.0 certainly doesn’t disappoint in terms of good hop flavor. With that being said, we found its other attributes to be rather average. As a result it has earned an IPAholic Index of 1.0, which puts it […]

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Lagunitas IPA Review

Lagunitas is a very standard IPA, and can be found easily throughout the West coast. It’s IPAholic Index of -0.5 indicates that is nearly, but not quite average. Whenever you find yourself in place that lacks in beer selection, Lagunitas may very well be the only IPA available. As far as we’re concerned, things could be much worse.

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