An English-style India Pale Ale
Explore India Pale Ale
Inspired by classic IPAs of the past, Fuller’s India Pale Ale is a refreshing affair with spicy hop character. Like its 19th century predecessors, exported to the east, this pale ale too is destined for foreign shores.
An English ale abroad
Brewed for the export market, Fuller’s India Pale Ale is popular in Sweden, America and indeed all over the globe. It’s an unmistakeably English-style IPA though, brewed with a combination of home-grown hops and malt.
India Pale Ale pours a pale amber colour and delivers earthy, hoppy aromas. On the palate, orange, character is followed by floral and spicy notes – leading on to a satisfying finish of mild bitterness. Great with a curry, India Pale Ale refreshes the palate while lending its own mild hint of spice.
World Beer Championships Silver, 1997
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Our India Pale Ale is part of an export business that started in the early 1980s - when a few bottles of Fuller’s beer found their way to ale aficionados in America.
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- Ale Yeast
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