Lupuloid IPA (can)

India Pale Ale

Lupuloid IPA (can)

Beavertown

€3.49
Content: 0.33 Liter (€10.58 * / 1 Liter)
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The Beavertown Lupuloid IPA is an extremely intense India Pale Ale. India Pale Ales are by... more
Tasting Notes
Color golden
Aroma Grass, resinous, Pine, Tropical Fruits, Citrus Fruit
Taste bitter, intensive, dry, tropical fruits, citrus fruits
Description

The Beavertown Lupuloid IPA is an extremely intense India Pale Ale. India Pale Ales are by nature already more alcoholic and hoppy than the lighter Pale Ales. Beavertown has worked for a whopping 4 years on this India Pale Ale to get this unique blend of hop flavors. It has been preceded by a large number of joint breeds with other friendly breweries and a whole series of 10 India Pale Ales called Lupuloid. These were just for the practice, in order to one day to create the perfect India Pale Ale. The brewery only gives this beer a shelf life of 3 months, and not because the beer would not be drinkable afterwards, just to bring out the best of the hop flavors of Citra, Mosaic and Equinox! A real hop bomb!

Beer Facts
Ingredients: Water, Barley, Wheat, Oat, Hops, Yeast
Beer Style: India Pale Ale
Brewery: Beavertown Brewery - Unit 17 - Lockwood Industrial Park, Mill Mead Rd, London N17 9QP - United Kingdom
Type of Hops: Mosaic, Equinox, Citra
Type of Malt: Wheat Malt, Sauermalz, Haferflocken, Extra Pale
ABV (% ALCOHOL): 6,7
Original Wort (Plato): 14,8
Bitterness (in IBUs): 50
Drinking Temperature (in °C): 7-10°
goes well with: Grilled Food, Strong Cheese, Spicy Dishes
Brewery Description
Beavertown

Beavertown is one of the many breweries that has its roots in home brewing. In 2011, Logan Plant, son of rock legend Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin), decided to stop fiddling with his own kitchen and opened a brewpub at a popular London BBQ restaurant. While the first creations were planned primarily as a beer accompaniment to hearty meat dishes, his project quickly outgrew the small premises and he moved to his own brewery in Tottenham. After his brews started to blow up in the U.K.,  Logan decided in 2014 to take a bold step: all beers were now canned only. The can, in simple terms is a small keg, and offers several advantages over the bottle, such as: their weight and their opacity.
Meanwhile, the beers of Beavertown are among the island's most popular. All are brewed with incredibly high quality ingredients and care.

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