In the 1800’s beer brewed in Burton on Trent for export to India had extra hops added to help it survive the long journey on the sea. A little known fact is shortly after it's arrival a certain Indian wrestler on a quest to prove himself the ultimate fighter smuggled with him some of those IPA barrels to keep him hydrated on his journey to America. When he arrived in America his supply was low and he tried to recreate the beer with local ingredients, thus the West Coast IPA was born.
This is what we imagine that beer was like.
Indra Fridgee; beer that smacks you in the face. Show Less