Cierre: Ring-pull can
Producto de: United Kingdom
The village of Kippen, close Scottish brewery behind this beer, was once home to the world’s largest grapevine – hence the name of this beer. The grapevine was planted in 1891 and eventually spread across four greenhouses, covering an area of 5,000 sq.ft (460 m2) and becoming a tourist attraction. Seguir leyendo
(sample can best before Dec/17) Hazy, amber wit retentive thick white head and heavy lacing.
Zesty orange and lemon with galia melon and pungent floral aromas.
Medium-bodied with a creamy mouthfeel and moderate carbonation. Grapefruit and pine bitterness and bready maltiness.
Lingering pine bitterness and citrus freshness.
This “New World Pale” has the muscular citrus and floral hops of a West Coast IPA, hence the “New World” reference in the name of this Scottish brewed ale.
Barcode UPC: 0 797776 437757