Apachi is a fantastic American Pale Ale that I found on draft in The Antelope from the Devilfish Brewery. It is full bodied, hoppy, tasty and akin to Adnam’s American Style IPA. This flavour and style is a particular favourite of mine and I easily sank three pints. After that the taste can get a bit overpowering in the mouth but is still gorgeous and I would recommend that if you see if you order a glass. This was the first time that I had heard about the brewery but I was immediately drawn to the logo and the fact that it was a favourite style of mine sealed the deal. I am now hooked.
THE DEVILFISH MICROBREWERY
“Devilfish is the West Country’s newest brewery and our aim is to bring something new and bold to ale drinkers in our area. With our commercial five barrel microbrewery, we maketraditional brews with the best quality ingrediants plus beers from across the pond to bring the taste of US brewing to the UK. Our growing range has everything from traditional bitters to American Blondes, and Goilds to APAs.”
“Our brand new beer is out now! ‘The American Pale Ale’ is paler than Pale Rider and contains maximum US hops for a super zingy APA taste… APA = American Pale Ale Chi = Chinese for dragon/devil Clever eh?” (Devilfish Brewery)
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