Sauce Brewing Infrared Red IPA

Sauce Brewing Co

Released February 26th, 2019

Sometimes you feel like trying an experimental beer, a new style, something that will surprise and delight you with its imaginative combination of crazy ingredients… and sometimes you want a fine version of a style you’re familiar with.

Infrared isn’t an attempt to revolutionise red IPAs. Nor is it trying to be the biggest, baddest, blow-your-face-off red IPA on the block. At six-and-a-half percent, it’s weighty, without being heavy; you can have more than one, but you could never mistake it for a session beer. The flavours are evenly distributed across the hop-malt scale: the hops bring fresh citrus to the aroma, with more resinous pine coming through in the mouth, as well as a sturdy bitterness that helps to counterbalance malt sweetness – the soft biscuity notes and the heavier toffee and caramel that come through as the beer warms up a little.

In a world of novelty beers, we don’t always get to hear the words "balanced" or "solid" or "satisfying". But they all apply here.

Mick Wust

60 IBU
Sauce Brewing Co

1A Mitchell St
NSW 2204

02 8580 3555
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Thu: 4pm to 10pm
Fri & Sat: 12pm to 10pm
Sun: 12pm to 8pm

Mon-Fri: 10am to 5pm, plus any time the Taproom is open

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