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Why is it called NEIPA?

Why is it called NEIPA?

Customers started to recognise it for its distinct taste, aesthetic appearance which was unusually murky, almost like orange juice; hence it's nickname, the hazy IPA. As a result of an extremely limited supply of Heady Topper whilst demand began increasing, other brewers started making their own hazy IPAs.

What makes a NEIPA a NEIPA?

A New England India Pale Ale (NEIPA) is a style of IPA characterised by big juicy hoppiness (without bitterness), refreshing fruity flavours (without any actual fruit), and a smooth, creamy mouthfeel.