Brewed by Greene King
Style: Bitter
Bury St. Edmunds, England
Serve in English pint


on tap

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RATINGS: 466   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.5/5   EST. CALORIES: 108   ABV: 3.6%
A perfectly balanced award winning beer, characterised by its hoppy taste and aroma that comes from the use of Challenger and First Gold hops which are combined with pale and crystal malts.

500ml bottles and cans: Filtered.
Website: www.greenekingipa.co.uk
Bottles have been sterile filtered since May 2006.

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Benzai (15608) - Oirschot, THE NETHERLANDS, NETHERLANDS - NOV 8, 2016
Bottle @ home shared with dad. Clear amber color, average sized off-white head. Smell and taste malts, lightly hops, malt bitter. Oh well, it’s drinkable. Average body and carbonation.

Trolleo (1566) - Pula / Zagreb, CROATIA - OCT 12, 2016
Clear dark amber color, nice looking creamy, medium sized off-white head. Aroma of vegetables and caramel. Taste is malt and hints of cheap whiskey. Watery, soft carbonated. This is bad. "IPA" without and hop character. //on tap at Harat’s pub Zagreb

badhack (554) - San Francisco, California, USA - SEP 25, 2016
Pours a gold color. Tasted of malt and barley with some bitter hop finish but really no hop flavors. Nothing remarkable and not a lot of complexity in any form hop, yeast or grain. As a bitter this is about right.

juvedp (75) - CHINA - SEP 21, 2016
It can be a lot of things, but certainly not IPA... to me it is just some colored water.

bonev (780) - POLAND - AUG 24, 2016
Piwo w kolorze bursztynowym z biala grubopecherzykowa piana na grubosc jednego palca. W aromacie minimalne slady karmel, zilowosc i slody. W smaku dosc ziemiste, troche slodowe i troche herbaciane. Niezbyt duzo sie dzieje, wszystko bardzo ztonowane bez wyrazu. Dostepne w prawie kazdym pubie w UK. Trzeba sprobowac ale wystarczy jedno w zyciu, nie warto powtarzac.

desolat (26) - ChongQing, CHINA - AUG 11, 2016
AROMA-Morderate malt aroma like bread-crust, light caramel, lightly toasty.Hop aroma is light earthy. Balance is malty. Light mineral feeling. APPEARANCE-Amber color. Brilliant carity. Moderate smooth off-white head don’t last. FLAVOR-Low acid and medium salty, medium-low malt sweet, malt flavor is lightly toasty. Low earthy and resiny hop flavor. Bitterness is medium, uncomfortable with the salty flavor. Balance is moderate bitter. Very light fruity apple flavor. Finish is dry with medium salty and very light sweet. Aftertaste is light astrigency and burnt, bitterness and biting feeling last long. MOUTHFEEL-Light body. Moderate carbonation. Light astrigency. OVERALL-Shame. No reasons to drink again.

Marko (5711) - Split / Zagreb, CROATIA - JUL 26, 2016
Harat’s stand, Opatovina beer fest, courtesy of Domagoj V., G., and Ogivlado. Poured an old gold body, slightly darker, with a small white head. Dry aroma, herbal touch. Smooth empty dryish taste, vague herbal note, vague maltiness. This is just useless, even for the strength.

rdb84 (609) - NETHERLANDS - JUL 22, 2016
Clear amber. A: medium sweet malts, some malt bitterness. T: ditto, with strong metal taste. Zero development, medium malty bitter finish. Rubbish.

melush (4065) - SPAIN - JUL 21, 2016
Can 50cl. @ Carrefour, Camas, Spain. A: Amber. T: Malt, caramel, bitter.

WVHouseofBeer (1067) - West Virginia, USA - JUL 10, 2016
I don’t know the history behind this beer and maybe at some point in time it was considered hoppy but it barely even passes for a bitter in the present day. Very weak hop AND malt aromas. This is really just a step above a typical pale lager. Not really much to say here.............some very light biscuit and caramel malt flavor I suppose.

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