American Pale Ale is a refreshingly bitter beer with an aroma of citrus and tropical fruit with characteristic resin notes. The distinctive aroma comes from American hops: chinook, cascade, citra and simcoe, which are based on a solid, malt base. Fruity esters and resin notes refresh and emphasize the dry character of the beer. Cold hopped beer.
The term “pale ale” comes from Great Britain. It used to describe English beers that weren’t as dark as the then popular stouts. However, during the US beer revolution, pleasant, bitter beers gained popularity and the American Pale Ale style based on New Wave hops was developed. They give the beer characteristic citrus and resin notes and distinct bitterness. In this way, craft breweries differed from large concerns.
We have been brewing APA since 2016.
The citruses in the aroma make this beer suitable for light salads and even desserts such as fruit cakes. APA is also an excellent proposition for homemade burgers.
Serve in a simple nonic pint glass at 8-10°C.
water from own deep water intakes; malts: pale ale and pale Pilsner type; hops: Chinook, Cascade, Citra and Simcoe; top-fermenting yeast from own propagation station
traditional; top fermentation
|Style||American Pale Ale|
|Best before date||180 days|
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