Pale

Tasting Notes

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.

 

Pairings 

The Sunday roast. Pickled eggs. Wensleydale cheese.