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Meddlesome Moth Taps Rare IPAs Aug 3rd


Meddlesome Moth in the heart of the Design District celebrates National IPA Day on Thursday, August 3 beginning at 11am, tapping several rare India Pale Ales including Dogfish Head 120 Minute, Green Flash Spanish Trampoline, Real Ale Barrel Aged 20th Anniversary and AleSmith/Pizza Part Logical Choice 3X IPA.   Continue reading

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Rahr and Sons Visionary 2013

Visionary-Labelby Brian Wall

So, how many of you out there enjoy a good IPA?  The scent of hops, with a fruity or citrusy or piney bouquet that seeps into every aspect of the nose. The flavor that ranges in the same scale of citrus, fruit, pine or even mango. Weird thing is that the strain of hop and when it is added during the cooking process of the beer is how the scent, flavor or bitterness is accentuated in the beer. A good IPA is pretty much the staple of the typical hophead.

When one brings up the Double or Imperial IPA, it can make a hophead become a kid around Christmastime. “I want” or “I need” is the most common thought that crosses a hophead’s mind when it comes to a limited edition Imperial IPA.    Continue reading

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