Product description The India Pale Ale appeared as a result of the oceanic voyages of British ships traveling to their distant colonies.
Expert English brewers added hops in order to better preserve their favorite beer. Since its arrival in Antwerp in 1909, the British master brewer John Martin has opted for this beer, whose brewing process, which includes dry hopping, makes it unique.
The addition of hop flowers at the end of the fermentation gives this beer its fruity aroma and pleasantly balanced bitterness. Martin’s IPA, the perfect alliance between the English soul and the Belgian beer expertise.
Gustatory ... Smell: Citrus notes with a touch of spice intensified by dry hopping. Shades of white flowers. Taste: Intense in the mouth and hoppy. Powerful bitterness from the moment it enters the mouth, a more forgiving conclusion.