Brewed by Beer Here
Tejn, Denmark
6.5% India Pale Ale (IPA) | 360 Ratings |
Danish: Historien lyder at India Pale Ale fik sit navn fra at det Britiske Imperium i 1700 tallet sejlede ale til fjernøsten (og dermed også Indien). For at det kunne holde sig under den lange transport i tropevarme bryggede man den med højere alkoholstyrke og med ekstra humle.
Det er vist noget være ævl. Der er ikke noget der tyder på at det har noget på sig og der er ingen kilder der understøtter at øllet man sejlede til Fjernøsten var stærkere end det man drak hjemme på de britiske øer. Når nu den lille misforståelse er af vejen, så skal det da ikke forhindre at man nyder BeerHere Hopfix for sin højere alkoholstyrke og kraftige humle profil.
Hopfix er en kobberfarvet India Pale Ale brygget med rug og rigelige mængder humle. Humle er en plante beslægtet med hampplanten og vil som andre hårde stoffer virke abstinensfremkaldende for den sande humle-junkie. Husk det er aldrig for sent at få nye uvaner!

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