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American Pale

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Our Pale Ale is inspired by the great hoppy interpretations of the style from California. A clean, simple malt bill is supported by big whirlpool and dry hop additions of Cascade, Columbus, and Citra, giving the beer bright, citrusy and tropical aromas.

Brew Sheet
  • Alcohol By Volume: 5%
  • International Bitterness Units: 37
  • Units: 1.7
  • European Brewery Convention: 12
  • Original Gravity: 12.7 ºP
  • Calories: 171
  • Serve: 8 ºC
  • Contains: Barley, Hops, Yeast, Water

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