From the day it first appeared as the Goat's first Rare Breed release, their IPA was a firm favourite at Crafty Towers. A bold, US inspired take on the classic style, it held back nothing in terms of hop character or rich malty backbone. Soon it was back as a not-so-Rare Breed, then again and... Well, you get the message. The beer was so delicious and so loved that they decided to make it the third beer in their permanent 330ml range, spending a long time working with the team that brews it for them at IDA to make sure it was as crammed with hoppy goodness as that which still rolls out of their brewery door in keg form. And we're glad they did, meaning its available far and wide and always.