The Most Underrated Hazy IPAs On The Market, According to Craft Beer Experts

The Most Underrated Hazy IPAs On The Market, According to Craft Beer Experts ...

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.

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