There are two reasons you need to try Stone’s Ruination Double IPA 2.0.

The first: You love big, bold, hop-forward IPAs that go wild on your taste buds—without the alcohol smashing you in the face like some other East Coast double IPAs.

The second: This beer tastes incredible with bacon. Specifically a grilled pork chop wrapped in bacon. Or pork sausage. Or cured pork products. See, double IPAs, being the alpha predators of the beer world that they are, can overwhelm a meal. But the balanced, peppery pop of these hops only accentuates the rich and sumptuous meat.

Name: Ruination Double IPA 2.0
Brewer: Stone
Style: Double IPA
ABV: 8.50%