Tasted: Adnams Innovation Ale
There might be a million India Pale Ales kicking about at the moment, but there’s a reason this light, hoppy style is a headline grabber in the craft ale revolution – it’s seriously popular. Innovation comes from the well-respected stable of Adnams in Suffolk, an environmentally-conscious brewer established in 1872. So how does it shape up?
Innovation is the first product of Adnams’ new experimental label, Jack Brand: “A little thing we make when we’re not making Adnams and want to try something, well, a little bit different”. And if you’re an IPA fan it’s a 6.7% corker, with a restrained hand balancing its complex fruity hops and a touch of grapefruit on the finish. For a stockist, try online beer shop Beer Hawk.
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Can you drink it? You need to avoid Adnams beers if you’re vegetarian or vegan or on a gluten-free diet.
If you’re an IPA fan this is a corker, with complex fruity hops and a touch of grapefruit. Tasted by Hoppy Gilmore.