This New England–style IPA from Maplewood Brewery and Distillery in Chicago, Illinois, is a local favorite.
This recipe will serve you well as a faithful Red IPA that avoids the pitfalls of the style while amplifying its virtues.
This double IPA recipe from Trillium Cofounder J.C. Tetrault marries wine-grape must (juice pressed from the skins, seeds, and stems of wine grapes) with complementary hops notes from Southern Hemisphere hops.
Sonoma Pride is a high-ABV, high-body, and high-aroma IPA brewed just once for Sonoma and Napa county charities after the 2017 wildfires. Please consider donating to the charity set up by Russian River Brewing & The King Ridge Foundation at sonomapride.com
From Sam Masotto at Bonn Place Brewing, this isn't an IPA because it’s not fully English, but it is a nice hybrid, “strong,” hoppy pale ale! A blend of New World hops and English malt and yeast brewed in the traditional English style, single-infusion mash.
There are so many versions, varieties, and approaches here that it would be arrogant to claim this will be your best American IPA, but it’s at least a very, very good one that has held up well to the test of time.
This Double IPA with 'expressive yeast' is one of Alvarado Street Brewery’s most popular beers.
Mark Hastings of Überbrew in Billings, Montana shared this homebrew-scaled recipe for their GABF gold medal-winning DIPA.
Mark Hastings of Überbrew in Billings, Montana shares this homebrewed-scaled recipe for one of their "very best" IPAs.