5 Northern Michigan Late Summer IPA’s

Enjoy some tasty brews that food and wine editor of Traverse Magazine, Tim Tebeau rounds up in the September 2015 issue of Traverse, Northern Michigan’s Magazine. Enjoy these 5 Northern Michigan late summer IPA’s, even into the autumn months!


Petoskey Brewing Mind’s Eye P.A.

Deftly balanced between big hop aromatics and a rich malt and red wheat profile that balances the dry and pleasantly bitter finish, Mind’s Eye P.A. will please hopheads and newbies alike.

Cheboygan Brewing I.P.A. #11

A complex golden I.P.A. stacked with extract from 40 pounds of hops, Cheboygan Brewing showcases flashy herbal and citrus tones in this bright and rightly bitter beer.

Right Brain Brewing Concrete Dinosaur Brown Rye IPA

Right Brain’s Concrete Dinosaur roars with hops right out of the gate then gives way to spicy rye and cocoa characteristics that carry through the finish.

Stormcloud Brewing Whiled Away IPA

Built from a rich Belgian blueprint, Stormcloud’s Whiled Away gets layers of citrusy deliciousness from a heavy dose of Centennial hops complemented by the piney, herbal notes of Cascade and Tettnanger.

The Workshop Brewing Company 10 LB. Sledge IPA

Workshop brings some British muscle to its signature IPA that flashes pretty floral notes atop a well-balanced trinity of bitterness, malt character and manageable alcohol

 

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