This IPA is different, and uses a large amount of malts, oats, and hops.  The first sip will have you confused (hop heads) and delighted (everyone else).  This IPA is a great way to get your friends and/or yourself introduced into the crazy world of IPAs.  Howl’n Oats IPA starts out with malty sweetness, then the maltiness blends into a citrus plateau that prepares your palate for the bitter end.  A strong malt backbone and oats are not the norm for IPAs, but that will not stop Howling Henry’s.  This IPA is not going to rip your taste buds out of your mouth, but it’s made with a considerable amount of hops, which is why we consider it an IPA.  Be responsible when drinking. Cases available here.