Charles Wells has launched its latest tipple - Charlie Wells Triple Hopped IPA - which is described as a “modern take on a traditional IPA” and compliments the popular Charlie Wells Dry Hopped Lager.
Master Brewer Chris Reid carried out extensive research into original IPA recipes. He said: “I wanted to go back to the history books to deliver a really authentic beer, so spent a lot of time researching brewing archives, looking for traditional malt and hop recipes and working out how best to evolve them for modern tastes.
“Working with our hops suppliers I arrived at a blend of Galaxy, Simcoe, and Goldings hops, alongside various lighter malts, to create a traditionally bitter and hoppy IPA with a soft, modern tropical flavour.”
The drink was launched at Craft Beer Rising event, in London’s Brick Lane, on February 26, 2016,
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It will initially be available in Charles Wells managed and tenanted pubs with wider distribution following.