Thornbridge Kipling.Images from here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here.
Nice pun sir!
You are getting mixed up. It's Jaipur that's gone sugary.
@TandlemanJaipur is spot on at the Mo, Kipling on the other hand is (like Jaipur was for most of last year) a shadow of its former self
clever little post this. like the idea of pictures to describe the flavours.
Neil: Thanks! Just trying out something a bit different.I need to buy a Jaipur next time I see it. Haven't had it for a while and need to see if you're right Tandy!
This is awesome, if only it was scratch and sniff!I've had kipling bottled but only been able to get it in the last 6 months so I'm not sure how it has changed.I think the sugar refers to the sweetness from the Nelson Sauvin hops rather than actual sugar/malt sweetness. Mark?
Yep. The sugar is supposed to suggest sweetness, rather than the taste or sugar or sugaryness.
oh, now as a review - I like this a lot. Kudos, sir.
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