West Coast IPA

West Coast IPA is a bitter, hop-forward sub-genre of American Pale Ale that originated in California's Bay Area in the 1960s. It's characterized by its clear, crisp appearance, intense hop bitterness, and minimal malt character. West Coast IPAs are often made using a process called "dry hopping," which involves adding hops later in the brewing process to extract further aromas and flavors. West Coast IPAs are also boiled longer than other types of beer, resulting in pronounced bitterness and a bold, piney aroma.

West Coast IPA Beers Currently Serving
Beer Brewery BA ABV SERVING SIZE
Sloop West Coast Sloop Brewing A 7.00 16oz Draught