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The original gravity might be as high as 1065, producing about 6 per cent ABV. IBUs 25–30. Barley Wines Barley wines are extra strong ales with original gravities of 1075–1100, producing some 7–9 per cent ABV. The colour may be rich amber to tawny, the palate rounded but vinous, the aroma rich and fruity. Due to the high alcoholic content, head retention is usually light and short-lived. Hopping varies, but should be about 40–60 IBUs. EBC° 28–45. Porter Porter is the weaker progenitor of stout that evolved in London during the reign of King George I.
And as you hold the glass lovingly up before you, what ruby or purple of what wine ever equalled that amber tint? The beaded bubbles winking at the brim of a glass of champagne, what are they compared to that tender froth? IPA may be straw to vivid amber in colour with good malt flavour, balanced by a clean hop bitterness and a seductive floral bouquet. 5 per cent ABV, with hopping rates of 40–60 IBUs; colour typically 8–15 EBC°. Mild Ale Mild ale is the only English beer with an unbroken antiquity stretching back to the Middle Ages.
The colour may be straw to rich amber, and the flavour medium malt with good hop character and aroma. Top fermenting practices might influence some estery notes in the finish. The condition should be lively with a fast-rising bead, producing good head formation and retention. 5 per cent; bitterness 20–40 IBUs. India Pale Ale (IPA) This is the illustrious colonial beer of the nineteenth century. Due to the Trent Navigation Act, Burton brewers successfully exported porter and ales to Russia and the Baltic.