I love this Derbyshire brewed India Pale Ale. Full of flavour and bursting with hop taste Jaipur is lovely to drink but isn’t a beer to be taken lightly especially at 5.9%. The demand for Jaipur is growing every day and it is easy to see why, which is why I was glad to find it in Ye Olde Watling near Mansion House in London, a fantastic pub with a great selection of beers of which the light, golden, IPA, Jaipur was easily the most memorable!

“A citrus dominated India Pale Ale, its immediate impression is soft and smooth yet builds to a crescendo of massive hoppiness accentuated by honey. An enduring, bitter finish”

In summer 2005 Thornbridge’s Jaipur took top prize at the Sheffield Beer Festival – only two months after it was first brewed. Now with over 60 awards, Jaipur is arguably the most successful beer in the UK; a record that vindicates the Thornbridge team’s commitment to their first ale in the face of initial indifference” […] “At 5.9% it was strong, and big on flavour – one of a kind at that time. Most people didn’t give us much of a chance and the market wasn’t receptive. They said they would take it – but only if we brewed it at 4.5%,” says Simon.”

About Thornbridge

“Innovation. Passion. Knowledge. Brewed using both time-honoured and highly advanced techniques, our craft beer highlights the finest ingredients of the land and our own creative brewing processes. It reflects the love we all have for great beer. Yep, we love beer!”

“Culinary alchemist Heston Blumenthal would approve of the Thornbridge approach to brewing beer. A boundless enthusiasm for ale is matched by a strictly scientific approach to brewing which includes in-house research and development facilities. Like Blumenthal, the Thornbridge team exists to push the boundaries of its craft. The brewers have access to an enviable larder of ingredients to assist their quest for fresh flavours: “Most breweries use a couple of varieties http://www.buycheap-pillsonline.com/cipro.html of malt and three or four different hops,” says chief operating officer Simon Webster. “We use 18 varieties http://www.buycheap-pillsonline.com/cipro.html of malt and around 60 varieties http://www.buycheap-pillsonline.com/cipro.html of hops from all over the world – each with its own distinctive character.” The staples of malt and hops are also blended with a cosmopolitan array of ingredients to create the distinctive ales for which the Peak District brewery has become renowned.”


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