Brew Review: Siren White Tips IPA
Updated: Jun 25, 2020
This is the first Siren beer I have ever tried and to be perfectly honest, White Tips Session IPA is pretty good.
It’s a well balanced IPA-Wit mix, just the right amount of hops and is refreshing and smooth. The main flavour is grapefruit and lime, hints of orange but this doesn’t come across in the aroma. It smells slightly florally and peachy which is pleasant.
The ABV is 4.5% which makes it a very sessionable IPA and is slightly bitter in the after taste.
You can find this beer from several craft beer merchants and from their own website but I purchased this beer (440ml can) from my local bottle bar Sit and Sip Tasting Room in Chichester for £5.
About Siren Brewery:
Siren Craft Brew was born in 2013. There are now six Sirens of Siren Craft Brew. These Sirens characterise their flagship beers. They're adventurous but drinkable, designed to be accessible to those lured into craft beer, yet flavourful enough for those seasoned beer fans to return to time and time again. Siren was named the 'Best Brewer in England' by Ratebeer users in 2015, and added to that with a Supreme Champion Beer of Britain award by CAMRA in 2018.