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India pale ale

n.
A golden ale with a strong flavor of hops and a relatively high alcohol content, originally brewed in England for export to India.
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While most opted for an Erdinger, I had an Indian pale ale.
But, as the cheapest on the high street, what does a 99p Indian Pale Ale taste like?
There's a barrel-aged Indian Pale Ale that will be tapped at the Bricktownlocation in about 30 days.
Jordan chalks up some of the success of craft brewing in China to President Xi Jinping sharing a pint of IPA, or Indian Pale Ale, in 2015 in the UK with then-prime minister David Cameron.
Peaky Blinder is described as "dark and delicious", a Black Indian Pale Ale with an alcohol by volume of 4.4 per cent.
There are a variety of beer styles produced in America including stout, porter and Indian Pale Ale. Americans are clearly a fan of these various brews, as more than 50 billion pints are consumed annually.
Rosa, Laguna, has equally zany names for its brews: Tuff Tuko, Tarsier Wheat, Kalinga Kolsch and Exit Wounds IPA, a malty Indian pale ale with a bittersweet finish.
The firm, which was at Bishop Auckland Food Festival, first launched a range of five beers last summer, including an imperial Russian Stout and an afternoon tea Indian pale ale, infused with British Earl Grey tea.
Steam Machine will now launch a range of five beers in the summer, including an imperial Russian Stout and an afternoon tea Indian pale ale -- infused with British Earl Grey tea.
Description - An Indian pale ale. Tasting Notes - Packed with powerful hop flavours bursting with fruity and citrus aromas.
The paragon chicken tikka with the ginger soya sauce is the right match for the Bombay blonde while the pickled crumb fried mushroom is perfect for the Indian pale ale. The best part is they tell you this so even the uninitiated (or happy high) are just as much in luck.
One of the most famous names in craft beer, Aberdeen- based Brewdog, go from strength to strength (literally), and have just launched Hello, My Name is Metter Marit (PS2.89, 8.2% abv, 33cl, www.brewdog.com) at double the usual abv in an Indian pale ale. Flavoured with Norwegian lingonberries, the aromas of red berries, complex malt and hops sends the taste-buds into a wild frenzy.