Sitting nicely between their Pale Ale and IIPA at 6.8% ABV the IPA has a gentle orange hue and a round, full bodied malt character care of Pale Malt, Munich and Crystal. With their Pale Ale and IIPA having withdrawn most of their funds from the dank bank they thought it was time to make a beer that brought something a little different to the table. Chock full of Centennial, Riwaka and Simcoe this IPA is bright, fruity and full of liquid fun.
Adelaide deserves to be famous for more than churches and an iced coffee fetish. Sunshine, great food, better wine and famous festivals; it was the obvious choice for Pirate Life. Adelaide might have funny tasting water, but that doesn’t stop them from making a darn good brew.
DID YOU KNOW?
Pirate Life Brewhouse was ordered from Stainless Systems in Escondido, California in mid 2014. Coincidentally, one of their brewers, Jack, lived just nearby for 4 years back in his USA brewing days. Their other brewer Red saw their tanks at Eagle Bay brewing in WA and was pretty impressed. The brewhouse arrived just 3 days after they arrived in Adelaide so they really hit the ground running, converting a large shed into a fully functioning brewhouse in less than 3 months.