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Le Chauffeur - non-alcoholic IPA
2,51 (€7,61 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

  • Alkohol 0.38% vol.

  • Geschmack very fruity due to 4 different hop varieties

Alcohol-free 9 beer set (3x Coffee Porter + 3x WIT + 3x IPA non-alcoholic)
23,18 (€7,80 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

Maisel & Friends IPA
Maisel & Friends IPA
2,20 (€6,67 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

  • Alkohol 6.3% vol.

  • Geschmack Very fruity, distinct bitterness, balanced by subtle malt and citrus notes.

6x Tyr Warrior - India Pale Ale
6x Tyr Warrior - India Pale Ale
-15%
18,79 (€9,49 per l) 21,99
  • Herkunft Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

  • Alkohol 8.3% vol.

  • Geschmack sweetish, fruity-floral, complex

Stone Brewing Neverending Haze IPA
Stone Brewing Neverending Haze IPA
2,50 (€6,94 per l)
  • Herkunft California, USA

  • Alkohol 4% vol.

  • Geschmack Passion fruit, grapefruit, kiwi, pine resin

Stone Brewing IPA
Stone Brewing IPA
1,90 (€5,28 per l)
  • Herkunft California, USA

  • Alkohol 6.9% vol.

  • Geschmack lemony, hoppy, light malt aroma

Stone Brewing Tangerine Express Hazy IPA
Stone Brewing Tangerine Express Hazy IPA
3,20 (€8,89 per l)
  • Herkunft California, USA

  • Alkohol 6.7% vol.

  • Geschmack Grapefruit, tangerine, orange, hoppy-bitter

6x Indian Pale Ale
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21,00 (€10,61 per l)
  • Herkunft Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

  • Alkohol 5.2% vol.

  • Geschmack fruity-tart

Stone Brewing Delicious IPA
Stone Brewing Delicious IPA
2,90 (€8,06 per l)
  • Herkunft California, USA

  • Alkohol 7.7% vol.

  • Geschmack Citrus, strongly hoppy

Stone Brewing Go To IPA
Stone Brewing Go To IPA
1,20 (€3,33 per l)
  • Herkunft California, USA

  • Alkohol 4.7% vol.

  • Geschmack fruity-tart, bitter

Stone Brewing Hazy IPA
Stone Brewing Hazy IPA
2,20 (€6,11 per l)
  • Herkunft California, USA

  • Alkohol 6.7% vol.

  • Geschmack exotic-fruity, creamy, pleasant bitterness

Orca Brau Local IPA
Orca Brau Local IPA
3,80 (€11,52 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

  • Alkohol 6.5% vol.

  • Geschmack oven fresh bread, gooseberry, pine resin, juicy orange, lemon

BRLO IPA
BRLO IPA
2,90 (€8,79 per l)
  • Herkunft Berlin, Germany

  • Alkohol 6% vol.

  • Geschmack Citrus, pine resin, a touch of oats

Orca Brau Anders IPA
Orca Brau Anders IPA
4,00 (€12,12 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

  • Alkohol 6.8% vol.

  • Geschmack Mango, pineapple, passion fruit, citrus, floral hops

Sessionable Healing - Session IPA
Sessionable Healing - Session IPA
2,20 (€6,67 per l)
  • Herkunft Berlin, Germany

  • Alkohol 4.5% vol.

  • Geschmack tropical fruits, citrus peels, pines

6x Sessionable Healing - Session IPA
6x Sessionable Healing - Session IPA
13,00 (€6,57 per l)
  • Herkunft Berlin, Germany

  • Alkohol 4.5% vol.

  • Geschmack tropical fruits, citrus peels, pines

20x Tyr Warrior - India Pale Ale
20x Tyr Warrior - India Pale Ale
45,99 (€6,97 per l)
  • Herkunft Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

  • Alkohol 8.3% vol.

  • Geschmack sweetish, fruity-floral, complex

Maisel & Friends West Coast IPA
Maisel & Friends West Coast IPA
2,20 (€6,67 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

  • Alkohol 6.6% vol.

  

India Pale Ale (IPA) - The hop-rich cult beer

India Pale Ale, or IPA for short, is a popular beer style characterized by its intense hop flavour and high alcohol content. Originally developed in the 19th century for export to India, IPA has become a worldwide favorite among beer lovers.

The history of India Pale Ales

The history of IPA begins in the British Empire, when brewers produced more hoppy beers to make them more durable for the long voyage to India. These beers not only kept longer, but also had a more intense flavor that quickly became popular.

Variants of IPA

American IPA

The American IPA is known for its strong citrus and pine aromas, which are created by American hop varieties such as Cascade and Centennial. It is often stronger and more hoppy than the traditional English IPA.

Double IPA (DIPA)

Double IPAs, also known as Imperial IPAs, are a stronger version of the classic IPA. With a higher alcohol content and more intense hop profile, they are a favorite among true hop lovers.

New England IPA (NEIPA)

NEIPA is characterized by its cloudy appearance and soft, fruity aromas. It often uses modern hop varieties that bring out tropical and citrusy notes.

Session IPA

Session IPAs offer the full flavor of an IPA, but with a lower alcohol content. They are perfect for longer evenings where you want to enjoy several beers without getting too alcoholic.

Black IPA

Black IPAs, also known as Cascadian Dark Ales, combine the strong hop notes of an IPA with the dark malt characteristics of a stout or porter. The result is a complex, intensely flavored beer with roasted aromas and hop bitterness.

The production of IPA

The production of an IPA begins with the selection of high-quality malts to create a solid body. Large amounts of hops are added during the brewing process, both during boiling and fermentation, to develop the intense aromas and bitter notes. Fermentation takes place at higher temperatures to produce the typical fruity esters. After primary fermentation, the beer is often further "dry hopped" to extract even more flavor.

Dry hopping is an important step in the IPA brewing process. The hops are added to the beer after the main fermentation. This gives the IPA its characteristic intense hop aromas without adding extra bitterness. After dry hopping, the beer is filtered and bottled. The entire process can take several weeks, depending on the specific recipe and the desired end product.

The choice of hop varieties plays a decisive role in the taste of the IPA. Classic varieties such as Cascade, Simcoe and Citra are known for their intense aromas and are often used to give the beer its typical citrus and pine notes.

In the production of specialty IPAs, such as fruit IPAs, additional natural fruit flavors or fruits are added during the brewing process to make the taste even more varied and exciting.