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From Washington to Colorado, and then over to Utah, IPA style brews are made, and they’re made well. These beauties will make an impression on your soul. All offer something a bit different, but stay true to the IPA characteristics that we have come know and love so much.

– Cassie

And Now, the Brews


 

Uinta | West Coast IPA
IPA
Fresh from Utah, this IPA just so happens to be gluten-reduced. Gluten-reduced beers are created by brewers adding an enzyme called Clarex, which, added at the correct time during the brewing process eats up the gluten, reducing the immune’s reactions. There still may be trace amounts of gluten left, so gluten-reduced beers should be drank cautiously if you have a gluten allergy. On the nose, you get fruity sensations, that reminds me of pear and mango. When it hits your lips, you get the bitterness of an IPA but it’s not over powering. It also has a nice malty finish. I could have a few of these, no problem. The sessionability is good in this one.
6 pk Cans | 6.3% ABV | 69 IBUs

 


 

Avery | Raja | Double IPA
Avery Raja DIPA This one has been a favorite of mine since the beginning. The smells of dank goodness abound. It is a massively hop driven beer that packs a punch of bitterness that seems to sweeten the beer and it gives you the most lovely, well-balanced finish. Dank, tropical, and a higher ABV makes this IPA is the beer for me.
6 pk Cans | 8% ABV | 70 IBUs

 


 

Elysian | Dayglow | IPA
Elysian-Dayglow-IPA This IPA is brewed with Mosaic, El Dorado, and Centennial hops. Delicious. Bitter, juicy, and a delightful burst of tropical fruits. This is the brother beer of Elysian’s Space Dust. I have been very impressed by this brewery. Last thing to say, just drink it.
6 pk Bottle | 7.4% ABV | 65 IBUs

 

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