About The Beer
Brewery: Greene King
Style: English IPA
Format: 500ml Can
Greene King IPA is our flagship beer – born and brewed in our hometown, Bury St Edmunds. We’ve been crafting quality cask ales at the Westgate Brewery, Bury St Edmunds, since 1799. The roots set down by Benjamin Greene and Frederick King are embedded in the way we make our beer today. Our dedication to brewing hasn’t changed and we still apply the same passion and craftsmanship to every single pint of Greene King IPA.
Greene King IPA contains 100% English natural hops. This is what gives it the clean and crisp taste. Our brewers still hand-select the ingredients that make our IPA a prize-winning beer. Carefully selected pale, crystal and black malts join with Admiral, Pilgrim and First Gold hops to make a complex, refreshing ale. The beer is also tasted at every part of the brewing process to guarantee the quality and consistency, and we really take our time over it. It takes 4-5 days to brew Greene King IPA.
Fresh dry hop, herbal character is provided by the mix of Admiral, Pilgrim and First Gold hops. The use of crystal malt in the grist gives a satisfying toffee/caramel note and the addition of a little black malt adds just enough astringency to give a clean dry finish.