Fuller's Imperial IPA

Fuller's Imperial IPA

Rated 3.200 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Fuller, Smith and Turner Public Limited Company / Fuller's Brewery

Chiswick, London, United Kingdom

Style:  Imperial IPA

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Made popular by the craft brewers of America, Imperial IPA is a revived style of beer that pushes the boundaries of well-hopped, high-strength ales. Imperial IPA’s are traditionally brewed with a high proportion of crystal malt. Our unique take sees UK hop varieties Target, Goldings and Fuggles added to the copper at multiple points during the brew, delivering a piney, earthy aroma and a distinct edge of bitterness. For extra intrigue, we’ve also added a hint of black pepper - giving the beer a unique spicy twist.

ID: 79925 Last updated 7 months ago Added to database 7 months ago

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Overall Rank16816
Overall Percentile63
Style Rank985 of 1581
Style Percentile37.7
Lowest Score3.8
Highest Score3.8
Average Score3.800
Weighted Score3.200
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • CHOPZ 5069 reviews
    rated 3.8 7 months ago

    Aroma: 7 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 8 | Overall: 8

    500ml brown bottle in a Fuller's box that pours a clean dark amber colour with a copper hue. The frothy head is a nice side, frothy, light-beige with good retention and great splashy lacing. Crazy rich malty scent with caramel and butterscotch. The taste takes a curve with mostly raisin flavours. Not as rich, thankfully, with the well-balanced hops to create a dry and bitter finish. Make this one easier to drink than smell, even though everything here is not bad at all. Some decent nuttiness comes out to calm the rich nose.

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