In 1996, BridgePort unveiled a new IPA, seen here with its original label. It was the tap heard 'round Portland. The recipe, created by Australian brewer Phil Sexton, employs what was then considered an extravagant quantity of hops. The brew quickly won fans and awards alike. Now regarded as BridgePort's signature beer, it is credited with launching Portland's love affair with IPAs. While its hoppiness has been surpassed since its arrival on the scene, the IPA continues to be BridgePort's most popular brew.
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