Light gold, hoppy, snappy, dry
In 1792, George Hodgson opened the Bow Brewery in London’s East End. Hodgson sold Pale Ale successfully for years, including sales to India’s British colonists. Burton brewers began producing large amounts of Pale Ale as well and became very well known for the quality. Our Summer Pale Ale is light gold in color and of moderate strength. Like British Pale Ales, ours is filtered, fully carbonated, and a slightly stronger version of a premium bitter.
Grilled meats, especially steaks, pork chops, and lamb chops are very good with pale ales. Caramelization is the key, and the beer has the bitterness and carbonation to lift the fat. Pale ales are hard to beat at lunchtime they seem to be ready to handle almost any sandwich. It is excellent with all kinds of sandwiches and burgers. If you want to up scale your Pale Ale enjoy it with one of our Seafood Specials!