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  • Tasting Flight: the Northeast IPA phenomenon

    These hazy, juicy India pale ales have found their way to Sacramento, and local brewers are making their own versions. But not everyone is a believer. Peter Hoey, a former award-winning brewer and a respected voice in craft beer, details some of his misgivings about this popular style.

These hazy, juicy India pale ales have found their way to Sacramento, and local brewers are making their own versions. But not everyone is a believer. Peter Hoey, a former award-winning brewer and a respected voice in craft beer, details some of his misgivings about this popular style. Blair Anthony Robertson The Sacramento Bee
These hazy, juicy India pale ales have found their way to Sacramento, and local brewers are making their own versions. But not everyone is a believer. Peter Hoey, a former award-winning brewer and a respected voice in craft beer, details some of his misgivings about this popular style. Blair Anthony Robertson The Sacramento Bee
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Blair Anthony Robertson is a food writer for The Sacramento Bee. He also pens the "Beer Run" column. In addition to visiting the area's restaurants and breweries, he enjoys riding his road bike, playing golf and hiking with his dogs. Reach him at brobertson@sacbee.com or 916-321-1099. Twitter: @Blarob.