What style is an IPA beer?

India Pale Ale gets an unfair reputation for being bitter and boozy. But there’s so much more to this style than that. Perhaps some brewers in the past might’ve got carried away with hoppy bitterness, or high ABV. But the modern approach when brewing an IPA beer pushes the style boundaries. Exploring the fruitiness of hops, for example. Or creating a sessionable IPA in a lower strength.

What’s Goose IPA like?

Balance! The flagship India Pale Ale has the malt of an English bitter, with big, bold flavour from carefully grown hops. Distinctive yet drinkable, once you’ve tried Goose IPA, you’ll banish bland beers for good.

Does India Pale Ale actually come from India?

You’d have thought. But no, the first IPA beer was brewed in Britain in the 19th century then taken over to India with the East India Company. Hops acted as a preservative, and lent British IPA its signature bitter taste.

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