American IPA appears in the seventies of the last century on the west coast of the United States. This is a new world where the English ale tradition and ingredients typical of the American West come together. It is the “C hops”, which have been bred at the foot of the Cascade Mountains in the state of Washington with ideal hop-growing conditions, that became pivotal for the style. The 1980s and 1990s were the era of bitter resinous and citrusy IPAs, nicknamed the “IBU wars” due to their extreme bitterness. As the breweries raced each other, who would have more units of bitterness.
We also made our American IPA wonderfully bitter, but we didn’t take it to the extreme, so you can really enjoy the wonderful resinous-citrus aroma of the original American varieties.
Chinook, Centennial, Cascade, Columbus
Water, barley malts, hop products.
Serve and drink chilled. Protect from frost and direct sunlight. Store up to 8 ˚C.