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It turns out you
can bottle the
feeling of pancakes.

Drawing inspiration from our Pumpkin Pancakes, we've joined forces with Keegan Ales to dream up a pancake beer called...IHOPS. Get it?*

Where can I get IHOPS
right this second?

IHOPS On Tap

Beer Culture

New York, NY

Hilton Hotel Brooklyn

Brooklyn, NY

Half Time

Poughkeepsie, NY

Half Time

Mamaroneck, NY

Beer World

Kingston, NY

Beer World

New Windsor, NY

Beer World

Monticello, NY

The Anchor

Kingston, NY

Grand Cru

Rhinebeck, NY

125Fifty

Newburgh, NY

Bacchus

New Paltz, NY

Rough Draft

Kingston, NY

Gaetano's Grille

Croton-on-Hudson, NY

The Wherehouse

Newburgh, NY

Keegan Ales

Kingston, NY

Brixx & Barley

Long Beach, NY

Hops Brewhouse

Pine Bush, NY

Eat Gastro Pub

Oceanside, NY

K & E Discount Beverage

New Paltz, NY

Treadwell Park

New York, NY

IHOPS Events

Bacon and Beer Classic

9/29

Flushing, NY

Mohonk Mountain Expo

9/29

New Paltz, NY

O+ Festival

10/5 - 10/7

Kingston, NY

Brew U Beer Festival

10/6

Hyde Park, NY

Adirondack Brewery Oktoberfest

10/13

Lake George, NY

Bethel Woods Craft Beer Festival

10/13

Bethel Woods, NY

Brew at the Zoo

10/19

Bronx, NY

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Here’s a little
pancakin’ background

IHOP's Best-of-Fall pancakes are back, and they're so pancakin' good, someone shouted, “These should be brewed into liquid form!” And we totally agreed.

IHOPS is a Pumpkin Pancake Stout that combines IHOP's pancakes, pumpkins, maple syrup and other pancake ingredients to create an innovative new flavor profile.

The plan is to blow your mouth's mind by bottling that warm-and-fuzzy feeling of pancakes just in time for fall.

FAQs

Does it really taste like pumpkin pancakes?

You bet your pancakes it does.

Is this going to be available nationwide?

No. It’s a very exclusive limited-edition brew. It won’t even be in our restaurants. Only a select batch (about 20 barrels) has been brewed for kegs and bottles to share with our favorite bars and beer festivals in the tri-state area.

Why a pancakin’ beer?

If you had the power to literally tap the potential of a pancake, wouldn’t you?

What kind of beer is it?

Pumpkin Pancake American Stout

Do you still have pancakes?

Pancakes are our bread and butter, so yes.

Are you going to change your name back to IHOb? For beer?

brobably not.

Did you do this entire thing just to make a pun?

That is a frequently asked question, and the answer is...quite possibly.

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