Beer Info FAQ

What is the difference between an IPA and an APA?

What is the difference between an IPA and an APA?

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between IPA versus APA? The short answer is that IPAs are hop-and-alcohol-heavy pale ales, originally created to last lengthy shipping times, while APAs have a balance of malts and hops, with a lighter character and citrusy punch to them.

What does API beer stand for?

India Pale Ale

Is APA Hoppy?

Hops Hops Hops The thing that sets American pale ales apart from most other beers is the hops. American pales generally have fairly high bittering levels, but they also show lots of hop flavor and aroma from late kettle additions or dry hopping.