My wife is the hophead in the house so I keep an IPA on tap for her. I currently have two, my Amarillo IPA (which is her favorite) and an Imperial Red IPA that is not super high ABV but pretty hoppy which I have talked about here in the past. I try to balance them between the malt and the hops so that the bitterness doesn't get overpowering.
The remainder of the beers on tap are an ESB, a Coffee Porter, a RIS aged on Crown Royal soaked oak chips, and an Belgian Tripel. That way I can get my malt fix while she gets a hop fix. However, I do drink some of the IPA's from time to time (for quality control purposes). As a side note, she will drink all of the beers on tap and has grown fond of the RIS and the Tripel. So we have the best of both worlds here. Just made a pumpernickel porter that I will be keggng in a few days as well.
Our local brewery, JAFB has 14 beeres on tap, 6 of which are IPA's (which I personally think is a bit much), but they sell for him which is why he makes so many. Many of them have Simcoe in them which the brewmaster likes but is a bit too catty for us. That said, we can always find something to drink when we are there or carry out.
Note to Olscout: I used to get heartburn from IPA's as well but that went away when I started using a vinegar based salad dressing on my salads. The vinegar changed the pH in my stomach enough that the heartburn went away. Pepperoni used to do the same thing but doesn't bother me anymore.