This sessionable Pale Is hopped with Columbus and Amarillo to give it a soft, slight melon flavour to go along with a solid malt backbone.
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Light in colour and crystal clear
Malt forward with a fruit finish
Ripe melon and soft pine
Pale, Torrified Wheat, CaraPils, Caramunich I, CaraHell
WHAT IS PALE ALE?
Pale Ales became popular in England in the 1700’s when they began making beers with only, or nearly only pale malts. Originally very pale, the beer may now range in colour from pale golden to deep amber or copper. While hops play a key role in the original English style, they are typically subtle and meant to balance the rich malt character. In the much newer American take on Pale Ale, the malt character is downplayed, allowing the flavour and bitterness of the hops to come forward.