The Belgian Brewer Pale Ale (330ml)
What The Belgian Brewer Says…
I was 17 when I first drank a Belgian Pale Ale. The beer was remarkably easy to drink, typically lightly hopped and between 4.5% and 6% abv. Although I was slightly confused why it was called ‘Pale’, when actually it is quite rich in colour. Despite this, I knew it was going to feature regularly on nights out in the coming years.
When I became an established brewer, a good traditional Pale Ale in my repertoire was a ‘must’ for me, and I had a lot of fun developing this recipe - it took several trips back home, in depth conversations with brewers late into the nights, and copious tasting sessions. Thus eventually my ‘Pale Ale’ was born!
This is a light and toasty, easy to drink session ale with hints of nutmeg and caramel, with a long smooth deliciously malty finish.
I love to pair this beer with lamb or pork dishes... sausage and mash anyone? It’s a perfect companion.
Serving Temp: 10c
IBU (Bitterness): 21