Pale Ales & IPAs

Lucky Joe

English-style IPA

5.9% ABV, 58 IBUs

First brewed in the 1790s for export to British colonies in India, You want discovery? This IPA is different from anything you've tried. Hops? Tons! But all English, and with its malty backbone, this superbly balanced beer packs a Queensberry Rules punch of hop aroma and bitterness. 

Gold – 2013 California State Fair

Poolside Pale

American-style Pale Ale

6.3% ABV, 60 IBUs

Ol’ Republic’s interpretation of this pale ale is different from what you’re used to. Its unique hop profile gives rise to a refined aroma. The result? A perfect balance of hop flavor and medium malt body. This is a no-compromise poolside companion.

Sierra Lightning

American-style IPA

7.5% ABV, 69 IBUs

This ale was named after experiencing a summer lightning show watched from the brewery. It is as vibrant as the majestic Sierra Nevada landscape. An abundance of west-coast hops and locally-grown Goldings Select hops (for finish and aroma) balance the malt body of this beautiful golden ale.


The first known use of the term "India Pale Ale" is an advertisement in the Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser in 1829. It was also referred to as Pale Ale as prepared for India, India Ale, Pale India Ale, or Pale Export India Ale, the high hop content preserving the beer for the long journey from England to India.