The first mention of a “pale ale” was around 1703 and the term later became synonymous with “bitter.” They were different to their predecessors in that they benefitted from coke-fired maltings which produced a paler malt.
Today there are many interpretations of the style. Sometimes complication leads to confusion. Our “Pale” is simple, balanced, moreish. A malty, slightly caramel base provides the perfect backdrop to the finest English hops. Tradition, perfectly executed.
Available in Bottle, Can, Mini Keg or Cask.
The Sunday roast. Pickled eggs. Wensleydale cheese.