Ipswich Ale Brewery is in an historic town. It’s Ipswich, MA. The brewery has been around for 25 years and has a fine selection of brews available. To my knowledge, I don’t think I’ve ever had an Ipswich frothy beverage. I know, looking on Untappd, that I haven’t had this one. Some of its wares, at least year-round, is this one, the India Pale Ale, the “original” ale, an Oatmeal Stout, Route 1A Double IPA, S.I.P.A. (Sessionable IPA), Route 101 IPA and the Celia Saison. They have several “seasonal” beers and their own line of soda pops.
BeerAdvocate has it rated at 87 (Very Good) with a Bros Score of 92 (Outstanding). Untappd has it at 3.37. It’s ABV is a right-good 6.3% and while I am tired of IPAs, Spencer at City Beverage said it was quite the brew to drink, so I have to go off of that, right? What about you? Have you tried it? If so what did you think? If you haven’t or just want to have it again, venture down to 915 Burke Street and grab your sixer. Tell them it was the beer of the week and you’ll get 5% off your order. Tune in later tonight or early tomorrow (or anytime, your choice) and hear what Caitlin, Adam or I thought of it.
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“With 25 years of history behind it, Ipswich Ale has been in existence longer than nearly every other craft brewer in New England.” – Ipswich Ale Brewery’s website.