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4.0%
Wayfarer Sour IPA by Eight Degrees Brewing
Wayfarer Sour IPA by Eight Degrees Brewing
Description

The Eight Degrees brewery was started by the dynamic duo of an Aussie and a Kiwi, Cam and Scott, bringing their passion for brewing to the city of Dublin and beyond. Wayfarer is full of sour flavours like lemon and gooseberry but toned down with the juiciness of mango and passionfruit to make it refreshingly hoppy. - Learn more about Eight Degrees Brewing

Details
  • Beer Style: Sour
  • ABV: 4.0%
  • Unit Size: 330ml
  • Country: Ireland
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About the makers

Eight Degrees Brewing Naturally Adventurous

It all began in 2010 with an Aussie and a Kiwi enjoying a pint and embarking on a mission to solve the lack of Irish craft beer. Lured from the warmer weather by their Irish wives, they set up a microbrewery in the beautiful surroundings of Ballyhoura, North in the region of Cork and just shy of the Galtee Mountains. They stick to the core ingredients: water, malt, hops and yeast for purity which has paid off with the awards they have proudly won. The name is not just the perfect serving temperature for their beer, it’s a nod to its Irish origin, Ireland being located at eight degrees west Longitude. View the Eight Degrees Brewing page

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