STYLES AND HISTORY
Attempts at shipping beer from England (usually the new 'Pale' ales that were becoming so popular) were foiled by the rocking of the waves and the high temperatures in the ships hulls, which spoiled the beer long before it reached its destination. India Pale Ale was developed in England to withstand the long journey, brewed with a higher alcohol level, and higher hopping rates to preserve the beer on its journey. The beer was a success in India, and "IPA" as it came to be known, caught on in England as well and a new beer style was born!
Our India Pale Ale has a copper golden colour with a slightly higher starting gravity and hop rates than our regular Pale Ale with medium aroma hops.
50 IBU, OG=1.053, Golden copper, serve @ 12 °C.