Everyone loves an American IPA – it’s the poster child of the craft beer movement for good reason. But IPAs have now been so craftified (see dipas, wipas, bipas, neipas etc etc, ad nauseum), we thought it time to remind all you lucky folks what a good, honest American IPA is, why it is the beer that launched a revolution, and why, sometimes, while technically it’s a style that is defined by having more of everything, it’s important to remember that even when more is more, sometimes less is even more more at the same time.
We introduce to you the PKIPA, a refined un-fined IPA. Weighing-in at a modest 6% ABV, a touch of warming alcohol sits alongside a robust bitterness and a simple three-malt base. A six-stage hopping process makes the hops roar – Amarillo, Citra, Cascade and Simcoe provide a complex resin, fruit and spice flavour that leaves you in no doubt that you’re drinking a true American classic, all made with the PK quality and quaffability we all know and love.
We’ve done this as a super limited edition with only 50 kegs and a dozen casks available. The majority will be going out to pubs and bars in and around Exeter with a few set to go further a field. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled this October if you want to get a taste of this exceptional brew.