6 Hop-py Beers to Try This Easter

6 Hop-py Beers to Try This Easter

March 26, 2016

21st Amendment Toaster Pastry

You’ll only need two of these to make it through your family dinner. At 7.6% alcohol with a smooth, nutty and slightly fruity flavor, this red ale has enough hops to keep you going all day.


Maui Brewing Co. Big Swell IPA

Pretend you’re on the islands with this extremely smooth and hoppy, light IPA. It’s brewed with four different types of Northwestern hops combined to give you that island feel.


Alaskan Brewing Co. Icy Bay IPA

This decade-old IPA is brewed with glacier-fed water and a combination of five different kinds of hops, generating a bright golden color with a shiny, smooth finish.


Cigar City Jai Alai

In addition to the classic citrus flavors of grapefruit, tangerine, and peach, the Jai Alai has a hint of pine and melon to mellow out the citrus, leaving you with a soft bitterness after every sip.


Maine Beer Co., Another One

From afar, this can be mistake as a Hefeweizen due to its light and cloudy color, but don’t let it fool you. It tops of with a crisp hop and a smooth finish—a perfect treat for a warm Easter afternoon.


Deathwish Coffee IPA

Because sometimes you need a little energy to make it through family dinners, Deathwish Coffee paired up with Adirondack Brewery and Old Saratoga Brewing Co. to create a big hop IPA that is softened by the richness of coffee beans.


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