The phrase “Proper Job” is a Cornish one meaning “good job” or “well done”. My Cornish father would use it all the time when I was growing up. Proper Job the beer, is a relatively strong English IPA.
Plenty of hop character here from the the nose all the way through to the finish. despite this it’s a pretty light drinker in the tradition on English IPA’s. Some grapefruit in the nose and simple, biscuit malts back up the hop profile. I really go the most from this beer when I drank it when really thirsty. Great thirst quencher.
From the brewery web site;
“Brewed with Cornish spring water, malt from locally grown Maris Otter barley and boasting a true west country name, at 5.5% ABV Proper Job is a…
Proper Job is dedicated to the 32nd (Cornwall) Regiment who stoutly defended their garrison during the Indian Mutiny in 1857-58. In recognition of a ‘Proper Job’, Queen Victoria awarded the 32nd the honour of becoming a Light Infantry Regiment.”