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Black Is Black And I Want My Baby Back, Black Rye IPA

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Take a sip of this beauty and you soon realize there is no turning back, Rye really is the new black! Brewed with Pale ale malt, rye malt and roasted wheat malt and hopped with Columbus, Chinook, Centennial, Amarillo, Simcoe and Citra hops provide a nice contrast in this IPA; heavenly refreshing taste and the color so black that even the Gothic Prince of Darkness gives you a thumbs up for approval. Enjoy the soft notes of dark malts, the crunchy taste of the rye malt and the fresh flavors of the best American hops. Or sink into your darkest worries!

Alc%

5,5%

Taste
A fresh, almost black IPA with a powerful hop aroma from the best American hops. Notes of citrus fruit, raisins and a hint of coffee in the aroma.

Drinking temperature

8

Odor

 Hoppy, citrus, tropical fruit, raisins, spicy 

EBU

70

Grain

Barley malt, Wheat malt, Oats, Rye

Color

dark black


Hop

Amarillo, Columbus, Citra, Chinook, Centennial, Simcoe

Alc%

5,5%

Drinking temperature

8

EBU

120

 

Color

dark black

Taste
A fresh, almost black IPA with a powerful hop aroma from the best American hops. Notes of citrus fruit, raisins and a hint of coffee in the aroma.

Odor

Grain

Barley malt, Wheat malt, Oats, Rye

Hop

Amarillo, Columbus, Citra, Chinook, Centennial, Simcoe


Style description: What exactly is an IPA?

IPA stands for India Pale Ale. This is a type of beer that was developed by the English breweries in the seventeenth century. In the beginning, these breweries transported their normal Pale Ale to the English soldiers in India, but this beer did not survive that long journey. The journey sometimes took up to 3 months and that at warm temperatures. To avoid this problem they started brewing the Pale Ale with a larger dose of hops. Hops add bitterness and aroma to the beer, but also act as a natural preservative to make the beer last longer. In addition, they also brew the beer more heavily, because alcohol also protects the beer. This new heavier version survived the long journey and this beer was subsequently called India Pale Ale.

IPA has come back into the picture for 20 years due to the Craft Beer Revolution in America. Many variants of this style are now brewed such as:                                                                     

  • Black IPA: addition of dark malts       
  • White IPA: addition of herbs and wheat malt
  • Session IPA: lighter version with alcohol between 3.5 - 5%             
  • Imperial IPA: strong version with alcohol between 7 - 20%               
  • Brett IPA: IPA with the addition of Brettanomyces
20%
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