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India India, Pilot Brewing, Edinburgh, Scotland

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Colin Campbell, a new beer reviewer at the Herald Scotland, is full of praise for this offering that “puts the India back in to IPA”.

He writes, “The aroma is warm spice and tropical fruit, and these carry through to the taste, which is surprisingly sweet, delicate and welcoming, with washes of passion fruit, liquorice and toffee, before suddenly moving to a medium dry bitterness that lasts and lasts.

“You can certainly taste its 8.5% strength, though it’s far from harsh or over-powering. Texture-wise, it’s lovely. Think mango juice.

“India India is complex and sophisticated, a beast of a beer with big flavours, a solid body and a potent hit. It comes in hefty 660ml bottles, making it ideal for sharing.”

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