Looking for a good, widely available pale ale

Homebrew Talk - Beer, Wine, Mead, & Cider Brewing Discussion Forum

Help Support Homebrew Talk:

bwible

I drink, and I know things
Lifetime Supporter
Joined
Oct 31, 2017
Messages
1,077
Reaction score
1,309
Location
Oxford, PA
I just tried a Firestone Walker Flyjack IPA... 4%ABV 25 IBU 96 calories... Decent. Very light in body, not a lot of bitterness but decent hop flavor and aroma..
Oh, how did I forget FW Easy Jack?

 
OP
marc1

marc1

Supporting Member
HBT Supporter
Joined
Jun 19, 2010
Messages
1,092
Reaction score
719
Location
OH
Oh, how did I forget FW Easy Jack?

I'm interested, but the locator on the website says none within 100 miles.

And the closest fly jack is in PA.
 

bwible

I drink, and I know things
Lifetime Supporter
Joined
Oct 31, 2017
Messages
1,077
Reaction score
1,309
Location
Oxford, PA
I'm interested, but the locator on the website says none within 100 miles.

And the closest fly jack is in PA.
I’m in PA and I’ve found Easy Jack here. I don’t know if those locator things are paid advertising or what. If you have a big well stocked distributor ask there and sometimes if they don’t have stuff they can get it
 

TkmLinus

Well-Known Member
Joined
Nov 12, 2018
Messages
163
Reaction score
140
One that I didn't see mentioned here is BrewDog Light Speed. Lots of hazy flavor packed into a 4%, 95 calorie package. Also another vote for All Day IPA and Sierra Nevada Summer Break.
 

jnecessary

Member
Joined
Aug 26, 2021
Messages
11
Reaction score
5
I liked Light Hearted the best, although it was more "old school" hop flavored. Daytime IPA was a close second. I'll probably buy them both again. The others, not so much.
This is my current favorite of the session IPAs. I brewed the Bell's all grain kit as my third brew and it's in the keezer now. I rushed it a little, being impatient, but it's pretty good. I kegged as soon as I hit FG though, wish I'd left it sit for a few days to clean up. Live and learn!
 
Top