Beavertown – 8 Ball Rye IPA 6.2%
A mash up of spicy Rye and zesty Hops, 8 Ball is one of Beavertown’s first recipes to make it out of the kitchen. It was first made using old pool balls to weigh the hop sack down in the beer – hence the name.
Rye IPA – 6.2% – 330ml
Type: DarkFlavours: Citrusy/Fruity Earthy/Spicy
Brewed by Beavertown Brewery
Beavertown was the old cockney name given to the historic De Beauvoir area, famed across Victorian London for its ale houses, local breweries, rich characters and infinite revelry. The original Rock ‘N’ Roll neighbourhood. The founders of Beavertown Brewery were drawn together by the past and future calling of old Beavertown, and by a simple mission: to make some damn fine ales.
Wild berries and tropical fruits collide inside a tidal wave before the earthy rye rolls in to cover everything that was there before it. Fruity, punchy and dry.
Rye IPA - 7% - 330ml
Type: AmberFlavours: Citrusy/Fruity Earthy/SpicyRated 4.00 out of 5
Backstages across the land are a barren wasteland for quality beer, artists are rewarded for their creative efforts with a warm can of something bland. They should however be a place of celebration and accomplishment, a job well done rewarded with the best that can be offered, in that spirit we made this beer. A combination of American hops and European malt here give the right blend between refreshment and complexity. After you've exited stage left, from whatever it is you may do, you deserve a solid hop hit of Backstage IPA.
IPA - 5.6% - 330ml
Type: PaleFlavours: Light/Crisp Earthy/SpicyRated 3.19 out of 5
Beers, NZ Craft Beer Collective
A new world India Pale Ale inspired more by our traditional forefathers than the modern pretenders, Digital IPA is defined by its heavy use of late kettle hopping and very restrained use of dry hopping - a technique, in contrast to our peers, that goes a long way to proving Yeastie Boys’ philosophy of ‘fresh is not best’. IPA as it was originally intended.
IPA - 5.7% - 330ml
Type: PaleFlavours: Citrusy/Fruity Earthy/SpicyRated 4.10 out of 5
Troubadour Magma is one hell of a mash up. A Belgian Tripel recipe with Czech bittering hops and dry-hopped with Simcoe, it's altogether floral, citrusy yet sweet and malty. An exceptionally well brewed beer.
Belgian IPA - 9% - 330ml
Type: AmberFlavours: Earthy/Spicy Malty/ToffeeRated 4.50 out of 5
A descendent of October beer, India Pale Ale is now one of the most popular styles in the world. Most famously brewed in the 1700s by Hodgson's Bow Brewery in London and exported to India by the East India Company. This beer has been through a 300 year evolution. New World IPA uses a combination of US, Australian and British hop varieties and is inspired by the hop ratios and techniques originally used. This hoppy English IPA is brewed with British pale malts and five hop varieties. It has a sweet malt forefront, solid bitterness and citrus with tropical and grapefruit notes coming from our generous late copper and dry hop additions.
IPA - 6.2% - 330ml
Type: PaleFlavours: Light/Crisp Citrusy/Fruity Earthy/SpicyBuy 6 Save 4% | Buy 12 Save 8%Rated 3.87 out of 5
This supercharged India Pale Ale is Rich upon palate and bright bronze to the eye with lots of American hop aroma. Distinctly bittersweet on the palate with a massive hop complexity fashioned deep within the IPA tradition.
IPA - 6.3% - 330ml
Type: AmberFlavours: Citrusy/Fruity Earthy/SpicyRated 3.83 out of 5
The driest of Sirens regulars, Soundwave smacks you about with intense grapefruit, peach and mango hop flavours before leading into a lengthy, dry and resinous finish. The kind of beer you'd wanna suck down while chowing on a tasty salt beef sandwich or a citrusy stir-fry.
American IPA - 5.6% - 330ml
Type: PaleFlavours: Citrusy/FruityBuy 6 Save 4% | Buy 12 Save 8%Rated 4.07 out of 5
The Kemosabe India Pale Ale is a dry-hopped beer with an immense floral-citrus nose. Balanced bitterness allows for you to taste the full range of flavours produced by the Columbus, Cascade and Centennial hops. Mondo is lucky to have some US brewing experience under their roof and it shows in this IPA. The guys clearly know a thing or two about these US hop varieties and have created a dry and aromatic IPA that would challenge any from across the pond.
IPA - 6.4% - 330ml
Type: AmberFlavours: Citrusy/FruityRated 3.89 out of 5
This especially juicy IPA is brewed with mosaic hops that lend their trademark tropical fruitiness. A typically aromatic offering from Pressure Drop, expect a veritable fruit basket of flavours that range from melon to tangerine. Moderately sweet with a bitter finish, this big, bold and well-balanced IPA will topple you over.
IPA - 7.2% - 330ml
Type: PaleFlavours: Citrusy/FruityRated 4.22 out of 5
Beers, Ireland Craft Beers
The Irish lovechild of a Belgian Witbier and an American IPA. Similar colour, body and esters as a Witbier with noticeable hop aroma, flavour and bitterness.
White IPA - 6.2% - 330ml
Type: PaleFlavours: Citrusy/FruityRated 3.29 out of 5
Sweeter, maltier and more full-bodied than its little brother this IPA is dry-hopped with generous amounts of US hops to make a balanced and drinkable IPA. This is a seasonal IPA that regularly changes its hop lineup depending on what hops the brewers think are best.
IPA - 6.5% - 330ml
Type: AmberFlavours: Citrusy/Fruity Earthy/SpicyRated 4.11 out of 5
Start with a colossal grapefruit aroma. Pile on bitterness after thumping bitterness, and ride the anarchy wherever it takes you. The caramel razor is sharp, but the resinous bite drills straight through your taste buds. For blitzing the mediocre, raising hell and revelling in the aftermath, Jack Hammer is the end of the line. The hopped-up, pucker-mouthed terminal extreme of craft brewing. This beer is bitter. Very bitter. If you push that button, don’t say we didn’t warn you…
IPA - 7.2% - 330ml
Type: PaleFlavours: Citrusy/Fruity
£2.99Rated 3.75 out of 5