IPAs are more popular than ever, and while some of us (cough cough) aren't a huge fan of the trend of drowning your beer in bitterness, there's no denying that big, hoppy brews are here to stay. But you might be surprised to learn that surviving the trip to India wasn't the only reason why hops became a standard ingredient in northern European brews. Keep scrolling for more on historical beer.
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Written by Curiosity Staff June 7, 2017
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