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Five on Five: IPA

We asked five brewers to share some of their favorite IPAs with no limits as to sub-style or strength.

Jamie Bogner Sep 2, 2017 - 3 min read

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When it comes to IPAs, brewers can be an opinionated bunch. Whether hazy or crisp, session or imperial, their preferences tend to range wildly. Knowing this, we asked a few brewers to share some of their favorites, with no limits as to substyle or strength.

Dan Kleban

Cofounder of Maine Beer Company in Freeport, Maine

“Foundation Brewing Company in Portland, Maine, is doing really cool things with hoppy beers. I really like their Epiphany, which is their flagship IPA. It’s a really good beer! They have a little different take on beers than we do, but I appreciate what they’re doing, and they take their brewing very seriously. They do a lot of QA/QC on their beers, and it really shines through—they’re clean, hoppy beers.”

Wayne Wambles

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Jamie Bogner is the Cofounder and Editorial Director of Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine®. Email him at [email protected].