Breakside adjusts the hops bill in their American IPAs regularly, depending on the changes in varieties between harvests and hops lots over the course of the year. This combo of Columbus, Citra, Centennial, and Chinook is one of their favored combos.
Juicy Bits from WeldWerks Brewing Co. in Greeley, Colorado, is a New England–style IPA that has quickly garnered both regional and national attention for the brewery. Brewer Neil Fisher scaled this recipe to homebrew size.
Here’s a super-hoppy, super-fun, clean New England-style IPA with no haze from NoDa Brewing Company’s Brewmaster, Chad Henderson.
This recipe from Danny McMahon, the head brewer of Door County Brewing Company (Bailey’s Harbor, Wisconsin) is one of their ever-evolving New England–style IPA recipes.
Expect hints of citrus, resin, and fruit to flood forward, followed by a piney, earthy complexity in this recipe designed by Jack Harris of Fort George Brewery.
This 2014 GABF silver medal winner has huge pine and grapefruit hops aromas, with flavors of citrus and balanced bitterness.
SMaSH (Single Malt and Single Hops) beers provide a great opportunity to understand the characteristics of your ingredients.
Brewed with lemon zest and juniper berries, this American IPA is a deep golden yellow and has the aroma of citrus, fresh-cut herbs, and pine.
El Segundo Brewing Company Founder and Brewmaster Rob Croxall shared this recipe for one of the first IPAs he brewed.