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Though India Pale Ale has a hint of the exotic in its name and originated in 19th-century England, it is now widely regarded as an American invention. This is mainly due to the fact that the British export classic experienced a grandiose renaissance in the course of the craft beer movement and is currently one of the most popular beer styles of all. Like so many other things, the craft beer wave started in the United States: As early as the 1970s, a few recalcitrant brewers began to protest against the dominance of industrially produced beers by putting the focus back on traditional craft beers. In the 1990s, the movement experienced its first major upsurge and from then on it spread all over the world. The American-style India Pale Ale is one of the flagships of this development.
In the meantime, the style has evolved and there are interpretations from all over the world. Germany for example. The Franconian brewery Nürnbier enriches the market with its so-called German IPA, a Double India Pale Ale that contains only hop varieties that grew on German soil. The brew brings vehement 7.5% alcohol content and the magic of Solero, Amarillo, Chinook and Cascade into the glass. The tropical marvel with rich bitterness was created in collaboration with Eppelein & Friends and tastes of pineapple, orange and grapefruit.
Water, barley malt, wheat malt, oat malt, emmer malt, hops, yeast