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Greene King IPA

28 Apr


This Greene King IPA (the reward for a long day driving to York and back) is a little like some people that I’ve worked with over the years: it’s pleasant, well-finished, and competent, but to my mind, lacking in character. It’s a lowish-alcohol 3.6%, which probably accounts for the £1 price tag from my local Budgens.

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Posted by on April 28, 2012 in Low alcohol, Pale Ale

 

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One response to “Greene King IPA

  1. ithinkaboutbeer

    July 14, 2012 at 5:11 pm

    I seriously doubt the modern English IPA would survive the trip to India and survive.

     

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