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Pulp

American Wheat Ale  •  Civil Society Brewing Co.

Pulp is an American Wheat Ale brewed by Civil Society Brewing Co. that’s delightfully juicy, dank, and oh so refreshing. Read More

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DankStar

American Pale Ale  •  Civil Society Brewing Co.

DankStar is an American Pale Ale by Civil Society Brewing Co. that bombards the palate with dank pine, citrus hops, and balanced with doughy malt. Read More

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East Meets West IPA

American IPA  •  Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.Tree House Brewing Company

East Meets West IPA brewed by Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. and Tree House Brewing Company blends west coast malts and the New England hopping techniques. Read More

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Hobo Life

Session IPA  •  Lord Hobo Brewing Co.

Hobo Life is a New England Session IPA by Lord Hobo Brewing Co. brings so much hoppy goodness in a tiny, sessionable package. Read More

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Boomsauce

American Double IPA  •  Lord Hobo Brewing Co.

Boomsauce is an American Double IPA in the New England style by Lord Hobo Brewing Co. that brings big hoppy flavors of juice and pine. Read More

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Emerald Showers

American IPA  •  Civil Society Brewing Co.

Emerald Showers is an American IPA in the New England style by Civil Society Brewing Co. that blasts the palate with biting citrus and grassy hops. Read More

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Scaled Up

American Double IPA  •  Trillium Brewing Company

Scaled Up is an American Double IPA brewed by Trillium Brewing Company in the New England style and the result is an absolute juice bomb. Read More

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Fort Point

American Pale Ale  •  Trillium Brewing Company

Fort Point, an American Pale Ale by Trillium Brewing Company delights with a hazy appearance and its big juicy hop flavor without the bite of an IPA. Read More

New England IPA

The New England IPA style is relatively new and it’s also known as a Hazy IPA. Its grist may include oats, wheat or other adjuncts to promote haziness. Known for a “juicy” character that’s frequently used to describe taste and aroma attributes often present in these beers which result from late, often very large, additions of hops. A juicy character is not required, however. Other hop-derived attributes such as citrus, pine, spice, floral or others may be present with or without the presence of juicy attributes. Read More