Martin's Ipa 75cl

John Martin (Beer)

£279.84 + £53.66 Shipping (8 - 12 days)

£279.84 + £53.66 Shipping (8 - 12 days)

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The Martin's Ipa 75cl (£279.84) is a/an indian pale ale produced by John Martin from Belgium with warm fermenting and has an alcoholic content of 6%. 4 of 5 points is the average score of this beer according to Drinks&Co users.

Technical sheet · Martin's Ipa

Producer: John Martin
Volume: 75cl
Alcohol Vol.: 6%
Fermentation: Warm Fermenting
Type Of Beer: Indian Pale Ale
Country: Belgium

Description · John Martin

Martin's Ipa 75cl


  • Color: Martin's Ipa 75cl has an amber colour.
  • Smell: citrus notes.
  • Mouth: Smargo soft fruity flavour.

ABV 6.9% Vol.

TYPE OF BEER: Indian Pale Ale

John Martin

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Posted on at 10.00

4 /5

Its scent researched and peppery, free immediately the tone of a beer luppolizzata intelligently. Free, not just in MOUTH, a powerful bitter that extends in the language and in the palate. It is never aggressive while establishing itself seriously to be more lenient towards the end without showing any weakness as its strong character without flaws. This beer has all the outstanding features of the charm of the great wings "made in England". God Save That Beer!
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Posted on at 16.02

4 /5

Brewed by the brewery Martin's, Martin's is a Belgian IPA India Pale Ale beer style. Its bouquet is characteristic of the particular hopping to believe she was the subject. Of all the famous Belgian beers from the brewery, the Martin's IPA turns out to be probably one of the finest. While visually, the IPA has a beautiful amber color dominated by an imposing creamy foam, nose proves to be hoppy and slightly peppery. On the palate, the attack rather light gradually leaves room for a fine bitterness, relatively persistent. Marked by finesse, this Belgian beer appears to be a perfect gateway to the world of hoppy beers.

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