Stallhagen Pale Ale is brewed in the American style, which was developed in the USA
in the early 1980s. American Pale Ale is a well-hopped tasty variant of the 18th century British Pale Ale variety called Bitters. Even today you can hear in English pubs people come in and order "bitters" when they want to
drink their pint of refreshing pale ale.
For Americans, winter and pale ale are beers created for each other. Thanks
to its strong taste and higher alcohol content, the beer effectively keeps the winter cold at bay. A local beer fan describes: "… pale ale is like a warm and comfortable leaf, but tastes much better…". At our latitudes, of course, pale ale tastes all year round.
According to its American type models, Stallhagen's aromatic Pale Ale is a
fresh, malty and moderately full-bodied strong beer with a generous feeling of aroma hops. The color has deep golden yellow tones, the foam crown is white and dense. The taste is marked with apple and caramel, the final taste experience leaves a light
impression of citrus fruits and herbs. Show Less