FOOD HOLIDAY: National IPA Day

In the 19th century, the British living in India drank ale from England—largely because the Indian water supply had microbes that caused digestive problems to foreigners not raised on it. But not all beer could withstand the long journey to India in a hot ship’s hold. A style evolved—India Pale Ale or IPA—that had higher…
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BEER PAIRING: Carrot Cake & IPA!

Love hops and malt? Get to know India Pale Ale. Photo courtesy New Belgium Brewing. New Belgium Brewing, the third-largest craft brewer in the U.S., rolled out its new Ranger India Pale Ale this month. The brewer’s hoppiest offering to date, it’s named after the brewery’s sales team, known as the Beer Rangers, who lobbied…
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