India Pale Ale

India Pale Ale or IPA is a beer style within the broader category of pale ale. It was first brewed in England in the 19th century.

The first known use of "India pale ale" is an advertisement in the Liverpool Mercury in 1835. It was also referred to as "pale ale as prepared for India", "India Ale", "pale India ale" or "pale export India ale".

Read more about India Pale Ale:  History, Early Examples, Increased Demand and Exports, Great Britain, United States

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