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Campervan Leith Juice IPA

The Experience

Drink When...
In Scotland (Or Anywhere, Really)
Listen To...
The Proclaimers - Sunshine On Leith
Think About...
Hogwarts
Drink With...
Orange & Avocado Salad

The Oddbins Take

Leith Juice is a seriously fruity beer with a van-load of West Coast American hops and delicious zesty orange flavours. Leith has a proud history in making Scotch Whisky, but most recently it has become home to several new breweries. Paul Gibson, founder of Campervan Brewery, is based in Edinburgh and decided to name his session IPA after this wonderful corner of the city.

About The Brewery

Paul Gibson, The Campervan Brewery's founder, led a fairly normal life with his wife and two children until family illnesses turned things on their head, resulting in a six-month career break to care for his wife and young daughter. During this tough time, Paul was able to reflect on life and decide on what was most important to him and his family. He also turned his hobby of home brewing into a form of respite, soon deciding to take his passion for beer to the next level.

He started to brew in his garage whenever he had the chance. Over time, he has perfected his brewing techniques by studying the art behind crafting great beer. Before long, The Campervan Brewery was dreamt up and Paul converted his garage to allow him to hand craft small batches. He also began the conversion of a 1973 VW Campervan to house a fully mobile brew kit, and equipped to dispense beer. The van is aptly named 'The Hoppy Camper', or 'Olive' by his children!

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Suitable For Vegans
Suitable For Vegans
Beer Style
India Pale Ale (IPA)
Hops:Cascade, Orange Peel, Simcoe
Nose:Grapefruit, Orange
Palate:
Finish:
Malts
Barley

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