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Session IPA No.3

A zesty ale brewed with three varieties of hops

ABV

4.4%

Style

Session IPA

1.2 units per half

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Deep Golden

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Grassy, Citrus

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Grapefruit, Watermelon, Coriander

Bitterness

5 out of 5 5/5 on the bitterness scale 5/5 on the bitterness scale 5/5 on the bitterness scale 5/5 on the bitterness scale 5/5 on the bitterness scale

Sweetness

3 out of 5 3/5 on the sweetness scale 3/5 on the sweetness scale 3/5 on the sweetness scale 3/5 on the sweetness scale 3/5 on the sweetness scale

Hops

Marynka (Poland), Cascade (USA), Chinook (USA)

Malt

Pale Malt

Allergens

Barley

Available in cask throughout February.

Our cask beers use isinglass finings, therefore, are not vegetarian. Good news though - our keg and bottled beers are all suitable for vegetarians!

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Some deliciousBeer and food pairings

Bursting with citrus and fruit flavours, this mouth-watering ale goes down a treat with spicy dishes such as sizzling chicken fajitas.

Perfect with…

Spicy Chicken fajitas or chicken enchiladas


American Style Session Pale AleZesty and fruity

Bursting with flavour, you’ll get everything you’d expect and a whole lot more from Session IPA No.3.

Session IPAs are an on trend beer style and you may have already tried our Session IPA No.1 and Session IPA No.2 last year. If you are familiar with the style then you’ll know that it’s essentially a lower strength version of an IPA, which is typically around 5% - 7.5% ABV. Session IPA’s don’t compromise on flavour. They are still as full-flavoured as the higher strength version.

Deep golden in colour, Session IPA No.3 is brewed with three varieties of hops and has a bold citrus and grassy aroma. You’ll get mouth-watering juicy fruit flavours of grapefruit and watermelon balanced with the refreshing flavour of coriander seeds which give a hint of lemon flavour. The higher ABV of this version brings slightly more sweetness whilst still retaining the full-on bitterness that you would want from this beer style.

IPA’s were born in East London by a brewer named George Hodgson. In the late 1700’s he discovered that his pale coloured ales were incredibly well received in India and that the long journey, warm temperatures and the steady rocking of the ocean seemed to accelerate the maturation process, resulting in a beer full of character that quickly dominated the market. This beer is one to try if you like American styles, craft beers pale or golden ales.