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Spring in a glass with Wadworth Burnt Orange IPA

Drinkers will be able to enjoy a glass of English IPA this spring following the launch of Wadworth’s Burnt Orange IPA in May.  The independent family brewery based in Devizes, Wiltshire has created the new Indian Pale Ale ready for Spring 2019.

The pale ale has an orange hue with a striking aroma of citrus peels balanced with toffee and caramel from speciality kilned malts and showcases hops.  The English IPA is 4.5% abv and is available in cask throughout May.

Speaking about the new seasonal ale, commercial director for Wadworth, Jonathan Thomas said, “Our brewers have been busy creating some great new flavoured beers for this year. This is an exceptional IPA with lots of citrus hop flavours to create a deep golden beer which we are sure real ale lovers will really appreciate alongside those trying out cask beer for the first time”.

Wadworth is located in Devizes in Wiltshire and has been brewing beers there since 1875.  It brews its iconic original ale, 6X there alongside other favourites such as Horizon and Swordfish and more recently Wadworth Game of Stones.

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Press Contact: Elaine Beckett 07802 782115 Email: elaine.beckett@outlook.com

About Wadworth

Wadworth is a regional pub operator and family brewer, with over 200 pubs across the South West of Britain. Founded by Henry A Wadworth, the business passed to his founding partner John Smith Bartholomew and is now in the fourth generation of management by the Bartholomew family. Wadworth has brewed beer at its Victorian brewery in Devizes, Wiltshire, since 1875, and is one of the few remaining family brewers to deliver to the local area using shire horses. The estate is split between tenanted and managed pubs and Wadworth works hard to ensure that its pubs offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere, excellent quality food and drink including its sought after brand 6X.  For more information visit: www.wadworth.co.uk

 

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