This is an indian pale ale brewed by Adnams in Southwold, Suffolk, U.K..The bottle size is 500ML with an alcohol content of 6.70% (containing approximately 2.60 AU / 3.30 UK standard drinks).
My Rating is 7.00/10 which means it’s an excellent beer and well worth hunting down. Brewer Notes:
Originally brewed as a one off to celebrate the opening of our new brewhouse and our new distribution centre, we have decided to repeat the beer again in 2009. It came first in its class at the 2008 World beer awards and has also won a Gold medal at the 2008 BBI (British Bottlers Institute) awards. The beer was created under the direction of our Chairman, Jonathan Adnams, whose instruction was to ‘Brew something to wow me’. The beer, our version of an American IPA, is brewed with a blend of Wheat and Pale ale malts to give a spicy, biscuity undertone to the beer, but it is in the hops where the beer really shines. A blend of hops from England, Slovenia and America (namely Boadicea, Columbus and Stryian Goldings) combine to give a wonderful grapefruit and tropical fruit aroma and bitterness that is balanced by the sweetness of the barley.
My Rating is 7.00/10 which means it’s an excellent beer and well worth hunting down.