According to Roger Protz, this abomination of a beer style is «worse than Hitler» — we at The Marble Arch, however, don't agree.
The Black India Pale Ale might seem to be a contradiction in terms, but it is a varied and intriguing style that has produced a number of classic examples over the years.
Beer writer and history buff John Clarke will be on hand to guide you through the development, features, and importance of this elusive and beguiling style.
During the evening we will be drinking our way through some of the best representations currently in the available in the UK. Including the not yet released Manchester Beer Week collaboration, between Marble Brewery and Northern Monk; Black Hole Sun (6.7%), New England Mandarin Black IPA.