The History of India Pale
In the late 18th and early 19th centuries there was a considerable trade in beer to India. Leaving the India Docks in London, ships would sail around the Cape of Good Hope through the Indian Ocean to Bombay and beyond, a three-to four-month trip. Highly hopped pale beers brewed to withstand the trip became known as “IPA,” India Pale Ale.
A restrained maltiness and an emphasis on the aroma and flavor of hops from England’s finest farms: floral, herbal hops show in the aroma and finish, but bitterness is balanced, refined and elegant.
Green chili and lime pickle, mulligatawny soup, pork with vinegar and garlic, chicken with a roasted coconut sauce, fish on a bed of potatoes, onions and tomato masala, prawns curry and duck risotto. Serve in nonik pint glasses.
Gold Medal & "Best of 2003" - World Beer Championships 2003
Gold Medal & "Best imported IPA" - World Beer Championships 2010
Gold Medal - World Beer Championships 2012
Recommended, "Pairing Beer With Food," Men's Journal Magazine, May 2010.
"England's finest IPA"—Barleycorn Beer Newspaper
Product Sizes and Quantities
- 18.7 ounce (550 ml) "Victorian Pint" bottles / 12 per case
- 12 ounce (355 ml) bottles / 6 - 4 packs per case
ABV: 5.0% - OG: 1.052 - IBU: 46
Ingredients: Water, barley malt, hops, yeast.
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- Organic Strawberry Ale
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