Pacific Northwest IPA

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Workhorse IPA

Laurelwood Public House & Brewery ABV: 7.5%
One of the quintessential examples of a Pacific Northwest IPA, the copper-orange workhorse relies on a quintet of hops—Nugget, Simcoe, Amarillo, Columbus, and Cascade—to create its bright, punch-you-in-the-nose citrus aroma. It drinks as smooth as a summer lake, coating its flavors of tangerine, grapefruit, and pineapple in a slightly sticky sweetness.

India Pale Ale

BridgePort Brewing Co. ABV: 5.5%
One day, the crew at Portland, Oregon’s BridgePort was hit by an in-your-face epiphany: We’re situated in the heart of America’s hop-growing region. We need to harness that bounty. In 1996, the brewers concocted this naturally carbonated, golden ale with a citrusy, floral perfume and an easygoing bitterness. You’ll also dig the stronger, more bitter Hop Czar Imperial IPA.

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