I have tried a few beers from Bridgeport and I grabbed Kingpin (7.5% ABV and 65 IBU) as a member of my mixed 6er. Kingpin pours red with a large off-white head – be careful pouring this one. Kingpin has a nice aroma of malt and you can really pick up the hops. Bridgeport describes Kingpin as “a full-flavored, red-colored ale that uses a rarely-grown Willamette Valley Hop varietal known as Liberty Hops from fourth generation hop farmer John Annen of Annen Bros. Farm in Silverton, Oregon. Jeff and his team of brewers also used rye and caramel malt leading to a unique flavor profile; triple-hopped for bitter aroma and a unique dry-hopped character.” Kingpin is an interesting beer and I would describe it as a cross between a Red ale and an IPA because of the use of hops.