Wild IPA is an anomaly in the beer world. It might fit in somewhere in the countryside of Belgium and France or on a sunny beach on California’s central coast. The Belgian-style IPA, or Brett IPA, doesn’t receive a lot of love in the brewing world because it is hard to pigeonhole it. Sometimes you get those funky brett farmhouse aromas, other times the Belgian yeast strain will overpower any hops. Brett will dry the beer out and the bitterness can be overpowering.