An IPA created according to tradition, using hops of the Kent Fuggle and Golding varieties, which give it a slight spicy note. It is still proudly produced in London, unlike most IPAs currently on the market. More alcoholic than average, it is intensely hoppy (necessary to face the long journey to India) and surprises you with its fruity notes.
India Pale Ale
Full-bodied and bittersweet,
with notes of orange and
Curry, medium-aged cheese,
chicken, spicy Foods (for contrast)
Barley malt, hops, yeast
- Keg: 6 months
The London brewery (1999) is one of the cult establishments of the English capital, and already boasts a large following of enthusiasts all over the world, including Italy. It is really hard to find a quality pub in London that doesn’t have at least one Meantime on tap. Located just a few meters from the Greenwich Observatory, the brewery has been able to gain the respect of a wide circle of beer enthusiasts in a short amount of time, thanks to its concept of “modern craft brewery”. It is truly a modern interpretation of a craft brewery, capable of combining the great Anglo-Saxon brewing tradition with new generation technologies.