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The True/er/est/ish History of the Indian PAle Ale

Discussion in 'General Brewing Techniques' started by SeeFar, 2/1/18.

 

  1. TheSumOfAllBeers

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    Posted 4/1/18
    ~15 years ago it placed highly in the great British beer festival. But it's been a victim of letting the accountants at the recipe - you don't have to cut deep to kill a low gravity beer.

    Even in good condition it's a pass, but the bad condition it is normally served in usually saves us from any hard decisions
     
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  3. Vlad the Pale Aler

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    So can somebody educate me on the origins of Belgian, American, black, brown, white, red, and rye IPA ?

    Jeez I turn my back for a couple of years and look what happens.
     
  4. good4whatAlesU

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    Ah yes, the Imperial Indian Black Pale Ale.
    Classic.
     
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