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 330ml
5.5%
£ 2.10
Paxton IPA by The London Beer Factory
Paxton IPA by The London Beer Factory
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Description

Paxton IPA is dry hopped with charismatic Australian hops known for their distinctive orange bouquet and wild herbal undertones. Full of flavour and attitude this beer does not apologise for what it is: a hard hitting, fully hopped IPA. India Pale Ale was first brewed in Britain, in the early 19th century. When it was first shipped to India, it wreaked havoc in the flying carpet industry, prompting local authorities to ban this particular mode of transport altogether. - Learn more about The London Beer Factory

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  • Beer Style: IPA
  • ABV: 5.5%
  • Unit Size: 330ml
  • Country: England
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About the makers

The London Beer Factory Flavour-filled beer from London

The London Beer Factory was founded by brothers Sim and Ed Cotton, having been inspired by a childhood filled with frequent trips to breweries with their home-brewing father. Based in South London, the brothers both gave up other careers to pursue their brewing dreams, combining Sim's scientific approach with Ed's touch of artistry from his winery days. They believe in creativity, diversity and heritage when it comes to brewing, making beers that give a nod to London's brewing past, while at the same time incorporate a range of flavours from around the world. View the The London Beer Factory page

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