Twitter Debate Over IPAs Turns Bitter And Beer Lovers Are Not 'Hoppy' About It
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Twitter User @AaronCelli has the internet strongly wondering… why aren't we making more pilsners?? What is with all the IPA's? Twitter had a lot to say to that.
- 151 VOTES
Exactly. IPAs have their place and sometimes I even want one. But don’t need a choice between 40 different IPAs, Bud Lite, and a random peanut butter porter.— King Henry VIII (@HenryThe_Eighth) April 24, 2022
- 235 VOTES
A Brewery Has Chimed In
What kind of self-respecting brewery only has twelve double IPAs?— Tree House Brewing Co.🍺 (@TreeHouseBrewCo) April 24, 2022
- 346 VOTES
Or A Lager Even
Or a lager, maybe. Just stop making so many damn IPAs. pic.twitter.com/XwysnqHikV— Shogun John Wick (Enemy of The System) (@johnser545) April 23, 2022
- 430 VOTES
I like IPAs, but have discovered that making a Pilsner is much harder. You can hide flaws in your beer by just adding more hops. Also temperature control is easier with the ipa than the Pilsner….— Angus the Bulgarian dog (@Pd230soi) April 23, 2022
- 550 VOTES
The Convincing Is Not So Convincing
IPA drinkers trying to convince you it tastes good. pic.twitter.com/QKZMRhP3tM— grumblepantsmcgee (@awkwardwhitee) April 24, 2022
- 631 VOTES
...or ANY other beer, PLEASE.— AntiFashTweete (@AntiFashTweete) April 23, 2022
Nobody cares, anymore, about double-triple-quintuple IPA, with 39-mixed-added-flavors to mask the fact that IPAs are garbage, and no amount of polishing will turn a turd into not-a-turd.
Yes, I feel better, now.