Pale Ale2017-04-07T03:45:08+00:00

A beer made by warm fermentation using predominately pale malt.

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ORIGIN

GLASSWARE

FOOD PAIRING

Hamburgers

Colby

Gouda

BEER STYLES

AMERICAN PALE ALE

A pale ale made using American two-row pale malt, with significant quantities of American hops, usually Cascade, to distinguish it from European pale ales.

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ENGLISH PALE ALE

English pale ale can be traced back to Burton-upon-Trent, a city with an abundance of rich, hard water. A mix of fruity, hoppy, earthy, buttery and malty aromas and flavors can be experienced. Typically all ingredients are English.

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BELGIAN PALE

Belgian pales differ from other pale varieties by being less bitter, brewed using aged hops for a delicate hop finish, and boasting sweetish to toasty malt overtones.

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