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".
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... The American style of India pale ale is new to Belgian brewing, with Viven IPA from the Proef brewery and Houblon Chouffe becoming available in 2000s ...
... Examples of these limited run brews have been India Pale Ale (New) An American style IPA Old Surefoot (an aged Surefoot Stout) Bigfoot (a higher alcohol version of the regular Surefoot Stout) Double India ...
... American style India pale ale is also now brewed in Belgium with Viven IPA from De Proefbrouwerij and Houblon Chouffe becoming available in the 2000's ...
... Year Medal Brew Brewery Location 2004 Gold Imperial India Pale Ale Boundary Bay Brewing Company Bellingham, Washington Silver Wingnut Piece Brewery Chicago ...
... Year Medal Brew Brewery Location 1996 Gold Wet Mountain India Pale Ale Il Vicino Brewing Company Salida, Colorado Silver India Pale Ale Blind Pig Brewing Company ...
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