The History of Pale Ale
Beers were dark before the Industrial Revolution. With the introduction of inexpensive clear drinking vessels, translucent beers became fashionable. When this sparkling amber beer was produced, it was declared pale to differentiate it from porter.
Captures the soul of beer. It has a fresh maltiness that reminds you that good beer is a product of the soil. Beautiful balance of malt and fresh hops.
Rare roast beef with Yorkshire pudding, roast chicken, cheese, smoked salmon, Dungeness crab salad, bouillabaisse, sushi, New York steak; spicy foods such as Mandarin cuisine; aged Yorkshire-style roast beef en croûte; tandoori chicken salad and pork stroganoff. Traditionally served in nonik glasses.
"Top 25 Beers of 2011" - Wine Enthusiast Magazine
94 Points - "Classic," Wine Enthusiast Magazine, September 2011.
"1001 Beers You Must Taste Before You Die," selection, A. Tierney-Jones, 2010
Gold Medal - World Beer Championships
Sante Gold Star Award
Bronze Medal - US Beer Open 2009