Henry Weinhard’s IPA

Henry Weinhard’s IPA, available April 1, 2011, is going to be a year-round beer added to their family of brews. It pours a copper penny in color with an abundant creamy head. Pleasantly hopped, lightly sweet with a mild body behind it makes this IPA go down easy.

The beer is a session IPA. At 6% ABV, it borders on “session” status, but from an IBU (43 to be exact) and drinkability standpoint, this a great session IPA. The hop bitterness is pleasant and won’t leave you waking up the next morning questioning that “I’ll have just one more” decision you made.

It is brewed with a blend of two-row and Caramel malts along with a blend of three different hops – Galena, Cascade and Citra, all from the Pacific Northwest.

Henry Weinhard’s IPA out of Hood River, Oregon, is in a limited distribution, available in Washington, Oregon and Alaska.

2 thoughts on “Henry Weinhard’s IPA

  1. I’m sorry. This is garbage. This tastes like an Anheuser-Busch marketing guy’s idea of an IPA.

  2. “… is in a limited distribution, available in Washington, Oregon and Alaska.” …Not anymore. Six pack for $7.49 at WalMart in OH. I have to agree with the previous comment; this isn’t a good IPA. It’s not the worst I’ve had, but it’s cheap, at WalMart for a reason or three.

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