- as a beer style was first made in 1703. Before then most beers were dark ales. The use of pale malt gives a Pale Ale the lighter colour we see today. Due to the popularity of the Pale Ale beer style it has flourished and today many brewers use different techniques like varying the hop levels in the brewing process. Doing so changes the taste of the Pale Ale beer.
Food Match - Goes really well with beef burgers or meat pies.
Cheese Match - Well aged cheddar
Our Pale Ale - Our Pale displays confident hop aromas and traditional amber colouring. Smooth mouth textures and pleasantly fruity notes combine to create a balanced short finish.
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