fbpx

06/09/2013

We were asked a couple of months ago to take part in the Rainbow IPA challenge. The idea behind the project is to take 7 UK breweries and randomly assign them a different colour of the rainbow.

The breweries then have to go away and brew an IPA influenced by the colour they have been given. That might be via an ingredient, colour, technique whatever.. but the colour needs to have influenced the brew in some way.

The idea then is to get all the beers and where possible the breweries together in one place so you the customers can drink all the beers and vote for which was your favourite. The grand launch for the beers is just a fortnight away on Saturday 21st September at Brodies pub the King William IV in Leyton.

the-king-iv-hotel

The challenge was the brainchild of Ryan Witter, Siren Craft Brew’s head brewer and you can read more about the idea and the selection process over on Sirens blog: http://www.sirencraftbrew.com/colours-of-the-rainbow-ipa-challenge/

The breweries participating in the Rainbow IPA project and the colours they’ve been assigned are as follows

Red : Siren Craft Brew

Orange : Partizan

Yellow : Buxton Brewery

Green : Brodies Fabulous Beers

Blue : Magic Rock

Indigo : The Kernel

Violet : Hawkshead

With the breweries involved you can pretty much guarantee there is going to be some really interesting and tasty beers produced. The launch at Brodies should be a great day with 7 new IPA’s from some of the UK’s most interesting breweries on the bar. There are another couple more launches for the beers in the North planned but still to be confirmed date wise so keep your eyes on Twitter / Facebook for more information.

Print

Instagram / Magic Rock Brewing
Instagram / Magic Rock Tap

To visit our site you must be of legal drinking age in your country.

Please click below