A beer with a nice bright amber color and a white head. Distinct citrusy notes of tangerine are complemented by notes of melon and mango. The taste immediately shows that this is a unique interpretation of classic English IPAs: the yeast strain - selected and grown at the brewery - gives it an unequivocally Baladin character.
IPPA is surprisingly easy to drink and leaves your mouth clean and satisfied, thanks to its balanced bitterness and the harmonious use of hops.
Water, barley malt, hops, yeast.
Teo Musso interprets the India Pale Ale style with 100% Italian ingredients. And he does it his own way, with a personal touch that strays away from his usual reference styles. IPPA is part of the From the Earth to Beer project, created to promote Italian agricultural products.
The four hops (Cascade, Chinook, Comet e Magnum) that define the bouquet of this beer have all been planted and grown in Italy. The particular soil composition gives them peculiar aromatic nuances, which make for a beer with unique scents and tastes. Baladin had never made an IPA before.
It's doing it now, with a beer that does not try to be extreme and speaks Italian.