Brooklyn East India Pale Ale

Brooklyn East India Pale Ale is inspired by the original East India Pale Ales brewed in England in the early 1800’s for the troops in India. Everyday English ales were spoiling during shipment from London, around Africa’s Cape of Good Hope, to Calcutta. Using extra malt and hops, British brewer George Hodgson developed an ale with the bitterness and strength to endure the long sea voyage, giving rise to a great beer style. Our East India Pale Ale is a deep golden beer brewed from British malt and a blend of hops featuring the choice East Kent Golding variety. It is traditionally dry-hopped for a bright aroma of hops, lemongrass, pine and citrus fruit, and has a robust bitterness, a warming malt palate and a clean hoppy finish. We think Hodgson would be rather pleased.

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Pairing Recipe

Brooklyn Brewery EIPA Crepes with Chili Caramel Sauce
Indian-spiced Crab Cakes

Spec Sheet

Style: India Pale Ale
Malts: British Pale Ale Malts from East Anglia
Additions: Contains wheat
Hops: East Kent Golding, Willamette, Northdown, Centennial
Alcohol by Volume: 6.9%
IBUs: 47
Original Gravity: 17° Plato
Calories: 200
Food Pairings: Spicy foods, especially Thai, Indian, Vietnamese, Malaysian, Szcheuan and Mexican dishes. EIPA is also great with crab cakes and salmon. If you're going the cheese route, try it with a good English farmhouse cheddar, such as Montgomery's, Keene's or Quicke's.
Availability: Year-round
Format: 15.5 gal kegs; 5.2 gal kegs; 24/12oz bottles; 12oz cans; 16oz cans
  • 2012 World Beer Championships: Silver Medal
  • 2010 World Beer Championships: Gold Medal