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Durham Bombay 106

Durham Bombay 106

Multi-award winning, bottle-conditioned legends. Family owned and brewing from a 10 barrel plant, Durham make a staggering range of superb brews, from low abv Pale ales right through to knock-you-round- the- back-of-the-head supercharged stouts. They've casually tossed aside the temptation to brew in bulk instead focussing on brewing to an exquisite standard. All are bottle-conditioned and we've never once had a bad one - quite an achievement given the volatility of true bottle-conditioning.
Style IPA
Country British Beers
ABV 7%
Serving Temp 10 °C
Bottle Size 500ml
Isn't it odd that so many beers are named after military things? Anyway, here's another one...Named after the 106th Brigade of the East India Trading Company which then became the Durham Light Infantry. Brewed with pale Maris Otter malts, English Goldings and a peppery finish. Durham brewery suggest it's a perfect match with Steak &Chips but there's a large amount of sediment too, so beware!

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Product Reviews

  • Ode to pale ales of yesteryear

    Review by Marit

    Bottle conditioning and takes an age to settle in the glass. Cloudy yellow with big frothy head. Mild citrus aroma comes straight through. Initial taste is a refreshing sharp hoppy hit – tasty! Not a bad East IPA with a welcome higher-than-normal ABV. A decent beer. (Posted on 28/06/2017)

  • Strong & Bitter

    Review by Rich

    A proper British style IPA.

    Nothing citrusy, but lots of strong flavours. (Posted on 08/06/2017)

  • Nice for some

    Review by Alex

    If you're a fan of old style English IPAs then this is for you. Strong, spicy flavour. Hops lack fruitiness. (Posted on 12/05/2017)

  • Real IPA

    Review by AdyG

    An IPA traditionally had a high ABV and, though some shun this nowadays, this beauty carries on that style well. Packed with flavour and a punch (Posted on 15/12/2016)

  • Proper Good

    Review by Beer Claus

    A good malty and good, well hopped IPA. There are none of those citric hops either. (Posted on 11/12/2016)

  • Great body and hop balance (not citric)

    Review by Traditional IPA

    This is a proper IPA and with great body. Cannot fault it. (Posted on 06/12/2016)

  • Nice IPA

    Review by Beerman

    Not overly bitter, refreshing. Certainly an IPA to try (Posted on 17/05/2016)

  • Not a fan

    Review by Ole

    Not as hoppy as expected, typical English ipa. (Posted on 29/03/2016)

  • A great IPA

    Review by BeerBaron

    This beer is a cracking IPA, and like most of the Durham brewery beers, worth trying and buying again. Not too bitter, fizzy or dry - a nice accompaniment to a meal. (Posted on 22/03/2016)

  • Chaaaaaaarrrrgggggeeeeeee!

    Review by Llamaman

    Aah, another military-named IPA, inspiring (for reasons I can't quite explain) memories of playing Risk.
    A pretty full-blooded IPA, but refreshingly in the British style so the malt puts up a bit of a fight against the hops.
    A triple six. Eat that, Kamchatka! (Posted on 13/02/2016)

  • Good IPA

    Review by Chunks

    Good flavour nice hoppy nice bit of sediment at the bottom
    well worth a second bottle (Posted on 24/12/2015)

  • local brew

    Review by janciegirl

    coming from the area needed to see what it was all about - wasn't disappointed (Posted on 13/11/2015)

  • British Brilliance

    Review by Ay Pee Horne

    Very lively, floral, hoppy IPA with a lovely bitter finish. Proper old school British in its style. (Posted on 09/11/2015)

  • Lovely IPA

    Review by Wardywolf

    I'm a big fan of IPA style beers and this ranks up with the best of them. It was a pity I had to leave a bit at the bottom of the glass as I didn't watch out for the sediment. (Posted on 15/04/2015)

  • Not your average IPA

    Review by Slapbang

    Good strong earthiness with a nice bitter and refreshing feel. Malty, mild citrus with subtle spicy and fruity notes. (Posted on 04/04/2015)

  • Very aromatic

    Review by I don't have one

    A little too flowery for my taste but very good all the same. (Posted on 25/02/2015)

  • Durham Heavy Infantry

    Review by Jack Swans

    The best beer of the weekend. It's IPA but it is also more fragrant and slightly sweeter than I am used to in the style. Delicious marmalade aromas and flavours. The bitterness is more subtle than your American new wave stuff. Really good I would buyout again. (Posted on 02/02/2015)

  • Fabulously hoppy

    Review by Pinchy

    Good good good hoppiness. A grand IPA this one, very flavoursome and not too dry to finish. (Posted on 26/01/2015)

  • Fabulous hops

    Review by Pinchy

    Good good good hoppiness. A grand IPA this one, very flavoursome and not too dry to finish. (Posted on 17/01/2015)

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