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Jerry's IPA

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ABV: 6.3
IBU: 62
Malt: Premium 2-Row, Marris Otter, Munich, Crystal
Hops: Chinook, Simcoe, Cascade
Brilliant copper color with hoppy flavors and aromas

A True American Classic, Jerry.s I.P.A. is deep golden in color. You will find this beer to have a full malty body with intense hop flavor and aroma. This beer has become a favorite of staff and customers alike.

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The India Pale Ale (IPA) is a type of pale ale that was originally developed in England in the 19th century for export to India. It is characterized by its high levels of hops, which give it a distinctive bitterness and aroma. The IPA style is believed to have originated in the early 19th century, when English brewers began exporting pale ales to India. The high levels of hops were added to help preserve the beer during the long voyage, as the hops acted as a natural preservative. The IPA style became popular in England and eventually made its way to the United States, where it has become a popular and iconic style of craft beer. Today, American IPAs tend to be even hoppier and more heavily hopped than their English counterparts, and they come in a wide range of flavors and variations.a small boat in a body of water

The craft beer movement in the United States began in the 1970s and 1980s, and it gained significant momentum in the 1990s and 2000s. During this time, many small, independent breweries, or microbreweries, emerged across the country, including in the state of Oregon. Oregon has a long history of brewing, dating back to the 1800s, and it has become a hub for craft beer in the United States.

In the early days of the craft beer movement, IPAs were among the most popular styles of beer produced by Oregon microbreweries. These beers were known for their strong, hoppy flavors and aromas, and they helped to establish the state's reputation as a leader in the craft beer industry. Today, there are many successful microbreweries in Oregon that produce a wide range of beer styles, including IPAs, stouts, pilsners, and more. Oregon's thriving craft beer scene has contributed significantly to the state's economy and culture, and it has helped to put the state on the map as a destination for beer lovers from around the world.