Dogfish Head Flesh & Blood IPA

The latest trend to take off in the craft beer world is fruit infused IPAs. And if there's a craft brewery qualified to take a stab at it, it's Dogfish Head. Their take is called Flesh & Blood IPA, brewed with real lemon flesh and blood orange juice. Dogfish Head has experimented with fruit and citrus since 1996 — when they released Aprihop, an IPA brewed with Apricots. Flesh & Blood will be available across the country just in time for July 4th weekend, so make sure it finds a place in your cooler as you celebrate our nation's independence.

  • Columbus Brewing Bodhi IPA

    An award winning IPA for years, it's easy to brag about this great IPA — especially when it's brewed so close to our home. Columbus Brewing Bodhi IPA might seem simple enough, brewed with a blend of hops that are highlighted by one of the most aromatic — Citra. But there's nothing simple about its taste, as it manages to define what so many brewers have trouble with — consistency. It might not wreck your palate or smell like a fresh cut grapefruit, but it will be one of your new favorite IPAs, if it isn't already.

  • Creature Comforts Tropicalia IPA

    One of the best IPAs you can get your hands on this summer doesn't come from California or the current hotbed of hops on the East Coast. Tropicalia from Creature Comforts comes from Athens, Georgia, and it has an aroma and flavor that is worth your time and attention. The smell is the first thing that jumps out, full of tropical fruit and sunshine. And the taste cinches the deal, with plenty of balanced flavors that make sure you know it's an IPA — but without the bite that would stop you from reaching for another can.

Your cart

× Close

Free ground shipping in the U.S.
International rates at checkout.
Returns & Refunds