Sunday, February 13, 2011

BrewDog Single Hop IPA Launch


BrewDog will be launching their new Single-Hopped IPA range Wednesday (16th Feb) at North. The new range is esentially the same base beer with four single hopped versions available: Citra, Bramling Cross, Nelson Sauvin or Sorachi Ace. North will be presenting them with thier hops for comparison and I'm sure they will go do down a treat with hop-heads (with the beers weighing in a 75b IBU's each) and BrewDog fans alike.

8 comments:

pdtnc said...

I've got mine on order :)

Ed said...

Sounds a bit tame for BrewDog. Are they running out of ideas?

arn said...

There is a second night at the Dawkins ales pub the Hillgrove in Bristol on thursday 17th.
http://www.dawkins-ales.co.uk/

Neil, eatingisntcheating.blogspot.com said...

I'm definately going to be at this. What time does it start?

Think I fancy the Citra single hop most of all.

Monsieur Lupe said...

Acorn Brewery in Barnsley have been doing this for years, so have Pictish. Once again, Brewdog show that they are at the cutting edge of the juxtaposed, post modern zeitgeist!

Mark said...

Im hitting (and looking forward to) the London version of this. Having the raw hop next to them is a nice idea.

BeerBirraBier.

Leigh said...

Lupe - I don't think BD are claiming to be the first here, to be fair: i featured Acorn's single hop range ages ago. Arn - thanks for the headsup regarding the second launch.

Monsieur Lupe said...

Don't get me wrong, I love (most) Brewdog beers, but seriously, IPA is dead? Is it? Really?