The names and faces have been changed to protect the guilty.
Pickle Burke drops by and tells us about the Heavy Handed from Two Brothers.
We welcome Greg from Stone Brewing to the show for the first time, where he dishes on their new “Enjoy By IPA”, fresh beer, hops, upcoming collaborations, a kinder gentler Greg Face, and much more.
A look inside the Good People Brewing empire…in pictures and words.
So, do you wanna know what “The” Best IPA in America is? Do you wanna? Well, come on in my friends. The debate is just beginning.
Doc and Barley share a bomber of Sculpin IPA thanks to the wonders of the interwebs!
Brother Barley assigns an IPA to each team in the Sweet Sixteen. Why? WHY NOT!!!
Brother Barley and Co. tear through a veritable hopucopia of bitter and beautiful brews.
Doc samples the Redhook Long Hammer IPA. If you don’t want to repeat his horrible mistake, you must read on.
The Aleheads discuss the best brew to serve with ‘Cue. Opinions vary.
The Commander rewards himself with a 4-donut-caliber (don’t ask) IPA for the third night of Chanukah.
The Commander lights three Chanukah candles for Avery’s tasty IPA.
Brother Barley is disappointed by Sierra Nevada for the last time.
3 Hops for a solid IPA masquerading as an Imperial…the Hair of the Dog Blue Dot.
3.5 Hops for one of the hoppiest standard IPAs out there…the Short’s Huma Lupa Licious IPA.
3 Hops for an exceptionally drinkable IPA from Sweetwater.
Doc takes a stab at determining the Best IPA in America.
Brother Barley samples some offerings from ‘Bama’s newest ale factory, Straight to Ale.
3 Hops for a simple, clean IPA from Sixpoint…the Bengali Tiger.
3.5 Hops for the solid Brown Ale/IPA mash-up, the Terrapin Hop Karma.