IPA Day History
IPA day celebrates the consumption of the popular beer. IPA stands for Indian Pale Ale. IPA beer has a distinctly bitter taste and is usually amber in color. IPA's typically have an alcohol content of about 4.5%.
Contrary to its name, it originated in England and not India. The beer was first produced during the British colonization of India. According to HopandWine.com, East London’s Bow Brewery is credited with the origin of IPA's.
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