Bach Brewing Hop Smacked Double DDH IPA (440ml Can)
We’re addicted to brewing with hops. We’d smoke them if you got the same buzz as drinking them. We love hops. We love beer with hops.
So, we brewed a beer which would probably bring you back from the dead, or just dead boring.
Double dry hopped and loaded with stunning NZ hops; Rakau, Nelson Sauvin and Riwaka with some support from a couple of US beauties; Citra and Mosaic, and lying on a cushion of juicy malts; Maris Otter Ale and Gladfield Lager malts.
Imperial IPA, Double IPA or DIPA is a strong, often sweet, intensely hoppy version of the traditional India Pale Ale. Bitterness units range upward of 100 IBUs and alcohol begins at 7.5% but is more commonly in the 8.5-10% range. The flavour profile is intense all-round. Unlike barley wines, the balance is heavily towards the hops, with crystal and other malts providing support.