Are you on a ketogenic diet and looking for a good low-carb IPA? You can now enjoy a keto-safe IPA without compromising on taste. Brands such as Four Peaks and Lagunita's Brewing Co. have created their own low-carb beer, such as Brut IPA and DayTime IPA respectively. These beers contain less than 5 grams of carbohydrates per bottle and less than one gram of sugar per 12-ounce bottle.
BrewDog's Vagabond Pale Ale is also a great option, with less than 4 carbs per serving. Yuengling Flight is another great option for those looking for a full-bodied beer with low carbs. It contains 1.5 grams of carbohydrates per 12-ounce can, the lowest amount of carbohydrates on this list. Spoetzl Brewery Shiner's Ruby Redbird is also a popular year-round beer from the Texas brewery made with ruby red grapefruit and has all the flavor you'd expect from a quality beer.
Brewed with green tea and oolong tea and Zeus and Lemondrop hops, Sierra Nevada's Slightly Mighty IPA is the perfect India Pale Ale low in calories and carbohydrates. It has a well-balanced hop bitterness with a smooth and clean finish. Brewed with monk fruit sweetener, it contains only 0.4 grams of carbohydrates per teaspoon, so it would take about 80 teaspoons of monk fruit sweetener just to consume 30 grams of carbohydrates, which is a common daily amount on the ketogenic diet. The only rosé wine-inspired beer on this list is Dogfish Head's SeaQuench Ale, which has recently gained popularity due to its refined nature and elegant flavor profile. Now, nothing goes better with beer than some nuts, so check out this list of the best keto nuts to pair with your low-carb beer. These beers are suitable for low-carb 26% ketogenic diets, but that doesn't mean that these beers are low in taste or quality.
With these options, you can stay in ketosis and lose weight while still enjoying an IPA beer with dinner.