That's not entirely true although our latest brew, a Red half-IPA, is currently sitting in FV1 and is bereft of a name! Rest assured that tomorrow we'll think of one... how hard can it be?
For those who don't know what a "half-IPA" is, let me explain... many years ago, a bloke made up a story about IPAs being exported to India and everyone believed it despite it being a pile of bobbins; brewers in the UK did produce IPAs but they were weak affairs and it's all thanks to the yanks that we now believe that an IPA should be around 7% and full of hops (nowt wrong with the last bit...)
So, it follows that on current (mis)understanding of the IPA situation a half-IPA is a low gravity version of the style, although in fact it's the strength they've been brewed at for quite a few years and thus doesn't make a lot of sense. We're using it as we like to confuse people... that, and it sounds good and exotic which some people like. That and a lot of beery people have heard of IPA and so will be more likely to buy it with IPA in the name somewhere!
So, if you're still with me, a red half-IPA is a low gravity hoppy beer which happens to be red (or as red as you can get using grains which isn't very) and, hopefully, delicious too... time will tell!
So concludes tonight's gibberish, thanks for your understanding...