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Bell's Two Hearted Ale

When we think about classic Midwestern IPAs, the first thing that comes to mind is the always incredible Two Hearted Ale from Bell's Brewery in Kalamazoo, Michigan. This fragrant, delicious IPA is a must have for all hop lovers — and now for the first time is available in 16 oz. cans. The can design features a local artist's illustration from a label that was previously retired when Two Hearted was just a young, wide eyed beer in the late 90's. Who says you can't teach an old beer new tricks?

  • Firestone Walker Easy Jack IPA

    As hophead culture continues to grow, so does the demand for aromatic, hoppy beer that won't get you lit up after a couple of pints. Easy Jack IPA from Firestone Walker Brewing is the latest session IPA to hit the market, and it's probably one of the best around. Already recognized for the other "Jack" beers in their portfolio like Union Jack and Double Jack, Easy Jack is a perfect addition to the family, with great hop aroma and a balanced taste profile you've come to expect from the fine folks at Firestone Walker.

  • Cigar City Jai Alai IPA

    When the weather year round is sunny and warm, you'd expect some great IPAs to be nearby, and you'll find one in Cigar City's Jai Alai IPA. Jai Alai is one of the staples from the Tampa, Florida based brewery, and there's a reason for that, it's a amazing and flavorful beer. The Tampa area was once a hotbed for Jai Alai, the Basque sport where a ball is whipped at high speeds into a curved mitt. The game is no longer played in Tampa, but this IPA isn't going anywhere, anytime soon.