The limited edition beer, called DIPA, is a collaboration brew between DEYA Brewing Company, Prescott Ales and Gloucester Brewery.
The 7.5% abv Double India Pale Ale will be packaged in three different formats: cask, keg and 330ml can.
“If you like strong, hoppy beers then DIPA is for you. It features six USA hops: Mosaic, Cascade, Amarillo, Bravo, Simcoe and Chinook,” said CBW organiser, Leigh Norwood of Favourite Beers. “This is the first time that Gloucestershire breweries have collaborated to produce a new beer. I can’t wait until we can do a quality assurance tasting this week before we package the beer – just to be sure it is ready of course!”.
Norwood explained that around 90 events will take place at 27 venues around the town for the Beer Week. These will include food and beer matching, beer quizzes, tutored tastings, talks by beer experts, brewing courses and tours.