10 IPA’s You Can Get in Almost Any State

1. Voodoo Ranger Juicy Haze IPA – New Belgium Brewing

New Belgium Brewing releases Juicy Haze IPA in 2018 as an addition to the Voodoo Ranger lineup. The beer was a response to the growing popularity of unfiltered, hazy IPA’s. It pours pale orange with an opaque haze and bursts with tropical fruit notes from the delicious mix of Citra, Cascade, Centennial, Simcoe, Nugget hops. This one has an ABV of 7.0%.

Voodoo Ranger IPA can and glass full of beer
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2. Stone IPA – Stone Brewing Co

Stone IPA is a well respected IPA and helped usher in a revolution of hop fanatics. It has the classic West Coast IPA flavor profile which explodes with citrusy flavor and hop aromas, all perfectly balanced by a subtle malt character. Brewed with Magnum, Chinook & Centennial  hops and an ABV of 6.9%.

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3. DirtWolf Double IPA – Victory Brewing Co

This Double IPA is loaded with Mosaic, Citra and Chinook hops which delivers an intense aroma and citrusy, earthy flavors. It is brewed by Victory Brewing Company based in Downingtown, PA.

DirtWolf Double IPA poured into a glass on a countertop
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4. New England IPA – Sam Adams Brewing

Most people know Sam Adams for their popular “Boston Lager” but over the years, they have struggled to keep the interest of craft beer drinkers in such a flooded market. That is where there nano-brewery comes in. They design and test small batch beers and pick the best for larger productions such as their New England IPA. The brewers use a blend of Galaxy, Simcoe, Mosaic, Citra, Cascade hops to achieve a nice flavor profile with pineapple and grapefruit notes. It is a medium bodied IPA that pours a pale hazy yellow color and has a juicy mouthfeel.

5. Lagunitas IPA – Lagunitas Brewing Company

This is probably one of the most well-known IPAs on the market and for good reason…it’s super drinkable.

Lagunitas IPA poured into a beer glass sitting in front a fireplace
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6. Two Hearted Ale (IPA) – Bells Brewing

Bell’s Brewing decided to use 100% Centennial hops from the Pacific Northwest which lends to this IPA’s hop aromas ranging from pine to grapefruit. This one has a shelf life of about 6 months which makes it great for national distribution.

Two hearted Ale poured into a glass which is located outside in nature
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7. Sculpin IPA – Ballast Point Brewing

Coming out of Southern California, Sculpin IPA is an gold medal winning American IPA that is hopped 5 separate times during the brewing process, lending to its hints of apricot, peach, mango and lemon flavors and kick of bitterness.

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8. Hazy Little Thing – Sierra Nevada

The brewers at Sierra Nevada wanted to share the experience of trying fresh, unprocessed beer so created Hazy Little Thing IPA. It is ur unfiltered and straight from their tanks into the can for optimal hop flavor.

9. Hazy Bastard – Blue Point Brewing Company

Hazy Bastard brewed by Blue Point Brewing Company is a double dry-hopped New England style IPA that has tropical flavors and herbal aromas. It packs a punch with an ABV of 8.0%.

Photo Credit: Blue Point Brewing

10. Avery IPA – Avery Brewing

This is a Colorado IPA with crisp, juicy, and resinous hops and a rich, malty finish.

Photo Credit: Avery Brewing Company

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