The story of the beloved IPA (India pale ale) is clouded with misinformation, poor presumptions, and lack of documentation.
This seminar will tell the story of the IPA’s rise to popularity in the 18th century, how it was made, and how it likely tasted.
Like its history, the original IPA was vastly inconsistent from batch to batch and from one brewery to another, but recreating this Ale of Antiquity has proven that the original IPA was not what so many historians have assumed it to be.
Suggested Beer Pairing
1752 IPA (Ales of Antiquity series from Avery Brewing Co.) or a homebrewed historical beer recipe.
About the Speaker
Travis Rupp is an ancient historian, archaeologist, and professional brewer on a mission to learn about the ways ancient ales were brewed and consumed. Rupp teaches classics, art history, and anthropology at the University of Colorado and serves as the Innovations of Wood Cellar Manager at Avery Brewing Company in Boulder, Colorado.
In 2016, Rupp and Avery launched the Ales of Antiquity which included historical English, Peruvian, and Egyptian-inspired beers.
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