The suburb of Redcliffe was named for its red cliffs. It doesn’t take a genius to figure that out. And yet, nowadays, very few people who go to Redcliffe get to see the redness of said cliffs.
The Redcliffe Red IPA doesn’t have that problem. Everyone who sees it gets an eyeful of bright red, with a hint of copper. The aroma immediately gives away the malts that are driving this well balanced IPA along, showing caramel alongside the more expected hop aromas of red berries. A medium body carries that same caramel, with the Nelson Sauvin and Cascade hops providing some berry, grape and floral notes as an accompaniment before a long bitterness with a little spice wraps the flavours up nicely.
- Red IPA
- 65 IBU