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What's The Deal With White IPA?

Two breweries join forces to unveil a White IPA
Aug 17, 2011 5:01 pm
IPAs
Photo: Dan Thompson

Fashion codes dictate that you can wear white only from Memorial Day till Labor Day. But this summer, several brewers are demanding your beer be snow-hued too.

Last month, Oregon’s Deschutes Brewery and Kansas City, Missouri’s Boulevard Brewing released the fruits of their collaborative labor, a white IPA. I’m sure you’re scratching your...

One Nation Under Beer

Mixing Beer and Food at SAVOR in Washington DC
Jun 7, 2011 1:01 pm

Too often when I drink beer I make a crucial, always regrettable mistake: I forget to eat. I’ll stuff my stomach with salty, bar-top pretzels chips, then happily slurp a second or, more accurately, a fifth pint. Soon the hours grow big, then small again, and I’m left grasping for another greasy slice of pizza.

This diet would be fine, even expected, if I...

5 Black IPAs to Drink Now

A new breed of IPAs comes in fashionable black
May 4, 2011 2:00 pm
Deschutes' Hop In The Dark label

In a simpler era of beer drinking, you could categorize a brew by looks alone. Pilsners were as golden as Fort Knox’s finest. Imperial stouts were darker than used motor oil. India pale ales ranged in pigmentation from beachy blonde to sunset red. But lately, a new breed of IPAs has thrown a curveball at the...

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