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New IPA from Trouble Brewing 8 years 5 months ago #1

Just seen the announcement of "Sabotage" - a 5.5% IPA - on Trouble Brewing's twitter feed.

Apparently it should be released on tap in late January and in bottles a while after that.

Anyone have any more info on this? I'm praying that an Irish brewer will finally chuck a serious amount of US/NZ hops into a beer without having a load of caramalt to spoil the party...a 5.5% IPA could be the beer to do it! Here's hoping!

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New IPA from Trouble Brewing 8 years 5 months ago #2

Trouble are more likely to make an English IPA, correct?

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New IPA from Trouble Brewing 8 years 5 months ago #3

That's what I'm fearing. If they just use Fuggles and Goldings I'll weep.
Sick to death of not having access to fresh well-hopped beer; so many British brewers are making wonderful modern IPAs that stand shoulder to shoulder with US versions, so hopefully we'll cop on soon over here!

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New IPA from Trouble Brewing 8 years 5 months ago #4

You need to start brewing your own Alex!!

I hope this is the beer we've all been waiting for!

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New IPA from Trouble Brewing 8 years 5 months ago #5

I know Padraic, it's going to have to happen sooner rather than later! Will have to come along to the next Capital Brewers day for sure

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New IPA from Trouble Brewing 8 years 5 months ago #6

No Fuggles or Goldings, or in fact any English Hops. Our Australian friend, Galaxy* has made a reappearance though, this time in a supporting role.

No Caramalt either.

I hope that reassures everyone...

[size=50:1pcgcsev](*And no, not 'cause we had some left over from two years ago before anyone asks.)[/size:1pcgcsev]

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