Pirate Life Throwback IPA 3.5% Can

Were always on the hunt for the latest in craft beer and Pirate Life delivered above all else. We were particularly impressed by the Throwback IPAs balance of full on flavour and sessionability all at once. Designed for intelligent and sexy humans who like to be able to throw back a few cans of a zealously hopped ale, endowed with an ample malt chassis, and still get on with their day. IBU: 35 Carton of 24 x 355mL Cans.

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