National IPA Day was Aug. 1, and Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant celebrated the holiday with a special flight of the bitter-style beer at each of the 16 locations.
Each location had its own unique brews on hand. In Rehoboth, Head Brewer John Panasiewicz treated customers to IPAs Grave Digger, Grove Fresh, Shaka Brah! and Toes in the Sand.
Grave Digger is an American Double IPA brewed with chinook, citra and simcoe hops, which makes for bold citrus and pine flavors.
Grove Fresh was brewed using real oranges and is technically a West Coast IPA.
Shaka Brah! is a session IPA late hopped with mosaic, amarillo, cascade, nelson and citra hops.
Toes in the Sand is a Hazy New England-style IPA, with citrus and tropical fruit aromas up front, with a subtle flavor of fresh grapes.
For more information on the Rehoboth location of Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant, 19815 Coastal Highway, call 302-260-8000 or go to ironhillbrewery.com/rehoboth-beach-de.