When it comes to warm weather IPAs, it''s difficult to beat the refreshing, juicy, hazy, and tropical fruit-laden New England IPA. The best part is that this IPA style has dramatically expanded in the past five years. There''s a lot to choose from.
We asked a handful of well-known craft beer professionals to explain their choices for the most underrated hazy IPAs on the market, but they didn''t disappoint with their answers. Below, youll discover some well-known beers that might not get the acclaim they warrant, and others that should immediately be on your radar. Lets dive in!
Sycamore Brewing, a business division located in Charlotte, North Carolina, has hired Mike Haakenstad as the manager of the brewery.
ABV: 8.1 percent
$16 for a 16-ounce can four-pack of four-packs
What is the significance of this beer?
Most people may not know of a beer called Oh-J from Lone Pine Brewing Company in Portland, Maine. It is on the market for the best New England wines, which are well balanced and drinkable every time, allowing for a sweet mouthfeel. This beer, though, is excellent and excellent.