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Avery IPA

  • Year Round Brews
  • Colorado India Pale Ale
  • 6.5% ABV

Avery IPA radiates with the crisp, floral, and resinous hoppiness of six different hop varieties, supported by a malty backbone and a dry finish. As the very first packaged IPA in the state of Colorado, this true Colorado IPA comes alive with a mountain of citrusy hops. At the time of its inception (1996), the India Pale Ale beer style was typically too bitter for many craft beer lovers, but that did not deter Adam Avery from brewing it. Oh how the times have changed, and for the better! We have honored the tradition of the original Avery India Pale Ale recipe with the continued use of 4 C hops, and have modernized it by dry-hopping with Idaho 7 and Simcoe hops. The result is a fresh and piney body with aromas of juicy citrus, all balanced by the subtle caramel sweetness of the malts. Hop Freaks Unite!

Availability

  • 6-Pack Bottles
  • 6-Pack Cans
  • 12-Pack Cans
  • Descriptors

    • Radiant
    • Resinous
    • Crisp
  • Malt Varieties

    • Munich
    • C-120
    • 2-Row
  • Yeast Varieties

    • House Ale Strain
  • Hop Varieties

    • Columbus
    • Centennial
    • Cascade
    • Chinook
  • Dry Hop Varieties

    • Idaho 7
    • Simcoe
  • Avery IPA Hop Driven Chart

    Hop driven

  • Avery IPA Malt Forward Chart

    Malt forward

  • Avery IPA Yeast Centric Chart

    Yeast centric

  • Avery IPA Beyond Reinheitsgebot Chart

    Beyond reinheits- gebot

  • Avery IPA Abv % Chart

    Abv %

Suggested Pairings

Fried Chicken Sandwich

The hops in our IPA cut through any rich fattiness of the fried chicken, bacon, and cheese.

Home Brew Recipe

Recipe is scaled for 5–Gallon Batch Production

O.G.

1.058

AE

1.009

Grist

94% 2-row, 4% Munich 10L, 2% Caramel 120L

Hops

0.24 oz Columbus (13.9% AA) at 60 min; 0.27 oz Columbus (13.9% AA) at 30 min; 1.64 oz Cascade (6.9% AA), 1.64 oz Centennial (9.5% AA), and 1.64 oz Chinook (11.4% AA) at 0 min

Yeast

London Ale at 20 C

Avery IPA is everything I want in a beer. It's the beer I dream about.

Maggie Read • Tap Room