Muntons IPA Gold
During the 19th Century trying to keep the British troops
supplied with fresh beer while they were in the East Indies
Due to the long journey by ship the beers tended to spoil
and so a special brew had to be supplied. This became
known as 'India Pale Ale' or I.P.A..
The way they overcame the problem of long voyages was
to brew a high alcoholic strength beer that could keep
bacteria at bay during the journey. Once the ship docked
the beer was watered down to a normal pub strength and
then supplied to the troops.
However, the officers had access to the undiluted version.
You have the choice to recreate India Pale Ale as brewed for
the Troops at approximately 1041 strength or brew an officers
version that is of higher strength.
A smooth beer with a great head
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