Infinite Session IPA
Infinite Session are a fairly new London-based brewery focusing on a variety of alcohol-free beers including a lager, pale and the IPA tried and tasted below.
Like an increasing number of other brewers Infinite Session IPA uses a ‘dry-hopping’ technique which in essence means that the essential oils normally lost in the brewing are maintained, with the result of a beer packed full of flavour.
I am a big fan of alcohol-free IPAs so how did the Infinite Session offering come out?
Is infinite session ipa any good?
Overall this was certainly a refreshing and enjoyable IPA beer. Although it is has a low alcohol content (just 0.5%) it had most of the hallmarks you expect to find when drinking an IPA beer. The beer was hoppy with a citrusy kick and a zesty after-taste which complimented it; that said it was a bit light in the body compared to other IPA’s. It also wasn’t too carbonated which is sometimes the case with other similar products.
Aroma & Appearance
Infinite Session had a subtle fruity aroma which personally I would have liked to be a bit stronger. The colour of the ale is a cloudy-ish amber but I found the head did not last as long which is unfortunate.
Although Infinite Session IPA is vegan friendly it isn’t gluten-free. One plus with this beer is that it has a remarkably low-calorie count (something Infinite Session try to achieve for all their beers) so you can have a few without fretting about the extra pounds! Surprisingly it wasn’t available in many of the leading supermarkets which is a shame but you can find it on some beer specialist sites.
Buy Infinite Session IPA
At the time of writing, you can purchase this IPA from Asda and Sainsbury. You can also find this beer from the following alcohol-free retail specialists below.