Tonight: IPA Takeover at London Grill

Today London Grill is being taken over by IPAs, and some great IPAs at that. Included among the IPAs are Firestone Walker Imperial IPA, Moylan’s Hopsicle, Founder’s Red Rye. All ten were tapped at lunch time and are available by the glass, the flight and by growlers too!

The food is getting in on the act too with a special IPA burger. The $10, 8 ounce burger is topped with pepperjack cheese, smoked bacon served on a pretzel bun with Green Flash IPA spicy mustard and cajun fries.

Dogfish Head Hell Hound On My Ale (DE) $7.5
10% 2011 marks the 100th birthday of Missippi Delta bluesman Robert Johnson. This super-hoppy ale pays tribute to the blues legend. Dry-hopped with 100% centennial hops is finished with dried lemon peel.

Ithaca Brewing Flower Power IPA (NY) $6
7.5% Clover honey hue and tropical nose. Simultaneously Punchy and smoothing with a big body and a finish that boasts pineapple and grapefruit. Hopped and dry-hopped 5 times!

Cigar City Jai Alai (CA) $6.5
7.5% A very strong interpretation of a single American IPA. Blast of citrus on the nose with flavors of tangerines and grapefruit. Caramel sweetness and toasted sweet bread finish.

Moylan’s Hopsickle Imperial Ale (CA) $6.5
9.2% This is a “Hop” tribute, worthy of a Kin’s Imperial Court. Enjoy the blast of fresh Tomahawk, Cascade and Centennial Hops as they stimulate the taste buds in a truly imperial fashion. Pucker Up!

Founders Red’s Rye PA (MI) $7
6.6% Serious hop bitterness, along with an unyielding grapefruit bouquet from the Amarillo dry-hop, balances the malty richness of four varieties of imported Belgian caramel malts. A generous addition of rye malt accentuates a spicy, crisp finish.

Green Flash Imperial IPA (CA) $5.25
9.4% San Diego style IPA. Super hoppy, high gravity, highly quaffable. This Imperial IPA is created in this new tradition with intense hop flavors and aromas from a unique blend of Summit and Nugget Hops.

Firestone Walker Double Jack (CA) $6.75
9.5% This is Firestone Walkers first Imperial IPA. It features a big malty middle to cloak the high alcohol and mouth puckering hop bitterness. Huge tangerine, grapefruit and juicy fruit aroma blossom over the herbal blue basil and malt earthiness.

Furthermore Proper (WI) $6
4.5% ON CASK. Proper is fairly light, with subtle toasty notes and a slight sweetness garnered from a touch of Munich and Caramel Malts. The hop bill is at its core, English-Kent Golding being the dominant.

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale (CA) $5.5
5.6% “Pale Ale Please!” The King

Port Brewing Shark Attack (CA) $5.75
9.5% Classic West Coast-style imperial red ale. Smooth, hoppy finish with hints of caramel