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France / Blonde Beer / Indian Pale Ale / 5,4 % vol
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I.P.A. 750ML - BREWERY NINKASI

0,75 L France / Blonde Beer / Indian Pale Ale / 5,4 % vol

16.0/20
Verified taster: Geoffrey G. 12/28/2023 Verified purchase
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A very nice IPA beer
Very good with a very pronounced and pleasant hop flavour. Top quality to price ratio. I recommend it for aperitifs with friends.
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Lovers of dry, hoppy beers: you'll fall in love with this IPA!
This particularly successful IPA contains the frank and direct bitterness that is characteristic of it, also rounded out by subtle fruity and malty flavours. We particularly appreciate its nuances of citrus (grapefruit) and exotic fruit (mango), which, combined with grain and confectionery flavours, serve to balance and counterpoint the power of the three varieties of hops (Cascade, Bramling and Galena). A characterful beer that won't be easily subdued!
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I.P.A. 750ml - Brewery Ninkasi
  Beer Type
Indian Pale Ale
  Bottle stopper
Crown cap
  Character
Dry Hoppy Beer
  Appearance
Copper colour, long-lasting white head
  Nose
Vegetal notes (hops, citrus, especially grapefruit, and exotic fruits such as mango)
  Palate
Prononced fruity flavour on the palate, firm biterness, notes of grain, roast and barley candy
  Serving Temperature
8-10°C
  Serving
Direct from bottle
  Food & Wine Pairing
Aperitif, Foie gras, Fish, Red meat, White meat, Poultry, Game meat, Cheese, Fruit desserts
  Recommended with
Poultry terrine, meat in sauce, duck breast with honey, smoked fish, fruit cheesecake, blue cheese, caramelized desserts


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16.8/20
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16.0/20
Verified taster: 01/21/2023 Verified purchase
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For me the best in the house with the white one. It's well worked. Very good balance between the bitters and the spice. No heaviness. I could drink a few!


15.0/20
Verified taster: 11/11/2023 Verified purchase
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A French and Lyonnais beer, orange in colour, with lots of bitterness on the palate; citrus fruits and floral notes are evident on the palate. A refreshing and original beer.


16.0/20
Verified taster: 12/28/2023 Verified purchase
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A very nice IPA beer
Very good with a very pronounced and pleasant hop flavour. Top quality to price ratio. I recommend it for aperitifs with friends.


18.0/20
Verified taster: 03/09/2024 Verified purchase
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An IPA beer like we all love.
Slightly bitter, supple, silky, with citrus notes and a light head. I highly recommend this brand in all its flavours.

BRASSERIE NINKASI

Opened in Lyon in 1997, Brasserie Ninkasi is a unique concept in France. In the early 1990s, its founders left to train in American micro-breweries, then booming. On their return, they set up a living space in the Gerland district where a French beer factory, bar-restaurant and concert hall coexist. Faced with growing success, they moved to a former dyeing plant in Tartare, a small town on the outskirts of Lyon, where the water was intended to be particularly pure and soft. Since then, Ninkasi has remained one of Lyon's most successful businesses: to this day, there are seven bar-restaurants across Lyon and the Gerland parent company remains one of the city's must-see cultural venues. With a wheat beer voted favorite in the Guide Hachette des Bières, production gradually exceeds the Rhône to make itself known to all the good wine merchants in France. By the way, what does Ninkasi mean? In Sumerian mythology (Mesopotamia between -5000 and -1750 BC), Ninkasi is the name of the goddess of beer...

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