Ikat DDH DIPA

[EE-KAHT] noun

1. An Indonesian method of tie-dyeing warp and weft yarns, before weaving.

2. A smooth DDH DIPA with intense tropical fruit and citrus hop aromas.

 

Ikat is a dyeing technique used to intricately pattern textiles, these weaves can be extraordinarily colourful and beautiful. The Ikat dyeing technique requires a huge amount of skill and patience, double Ikats are rare due to the extreme care and skill required of their maker.

Similarly Ikat, our DDH DIPA is an intricate beer packed full of bold and colourful tropical fruit and citrus hop aromas. Featuring Mosaic, Amarillo, Citra hops, this is a real juice bomb! Full-bodied with bags of tropical character. Expect guava, mango, passion fruit and lychee. These fruit flavours make way for mellow notes of honey with a smooth but bold finish.

 

 

Beer Info
ABV
8.0%
Colour
Gold
Malts
Oats, Pale, Wheat Malt
Hops
Amarillo, Citra, Mosaic
Vegan
Yes (Keg and Can only)
Available in
Keg
30 Litre
Can
330ml