Beer of the week: Anchor IPA

 
 
Anchor IPA is the newest offering from California’s Anchor Brewing Co.
Anchor IPA is the newest offering from California’s Anchor Brewing Co.
Anchor Brewing Co.

Beer of the week

Beer: Anchor IPA

Style: India pale ale

Alcohol: 6.5 percent by volume

Price: About $10 for a six-pack of 12-ounce bottles at Whole Foods

Story: Talk about hoppy. Anchor Brewing Co.’s newest beer has seven varieties of hops, including one so new it’s called Experimental No. 431. South Florida is one of several markets to get a preview of Anchor IPA through May, when it joins Anchor’s year-round lineup nationwide.

Pairing: Anchor IPA’s orange-rind bitterness melds with the orange marmalade and cuts through the unctuousness of the jerk-rubbed foie gras at Ortanique in Coral Gables.

EVAN S. BENN

ebenn@MiamiHerald.com

Beer of the Week spotlights locally available craft beer.


ebenn@MiamiHerald.com

Beer: Anchor IPA

Style: India pale ale

Alcohol: 6.5 percent by volume

Price: About $10 for a six-pack of 12-ounce bottles at Whole Foods

Story: Talk about hoppy. Anchor Brewing Co.’s newest beer has seven varieties of hops, including one so new it’s called Experimental No. 431. South Florida is one of several markets to get a preview of Anchor IPA through May, when it joins Anchor’s year-round lineup nationwide.

Pairing: Anchor IPA’s orange-rind bitterness melds with the orange marmalade and cuts through the unctuousness of the jerk-rubbed foie gras at Ortanique in Coral Gables.

EVAN S. BENN

ebenn@MiamiHerald.com

Beer of the Week spotlights locally available craft beer.

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