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All that said, I love every brewery Andrea cited. They all deserve a lot of respect for picking specific styles and doing them extremely well. Logsdon's Seizoen Bretta is easily worth the price of a 22, and their Peche n' Brett is a thing unto itself if you can find it.
I think de Garde is on that "No IPA" list. They're very difficult to find outside of the brewery, but I've been seeing bottles around town lately. They're borderline homebrew, kind of like Beetje before they became Commons. I had the Bu Weisse last night - a Berliner that's only 2.3% ABV and packs quite the wallop of grapefruit.
Of course few if any breweries offer only IPA and many have been urging their customers to branch out and try new styles in the last few years. So yes, we are lucky to live in a time and place that offers such diversity.