Archive for the 'American Pale Ale' Category

Kúka American IPA

Kuka-American-IPAFrom the Brewer – “Get into a HOPPY state of mind – Hoppy, Crispy, Refreshing!  The perfect balance between our American Pale Ale and Imperial Rye IPA.  Simply put, just a clean, fresh, crisp, hoppy beer for your drinking enjoyment.

Yeast: Dry English ale yeast
Alcohol by volume: 6.2%
Format: 6 Packs
Seasonality: Year Round


Green Flash Double Stout

Green-Flash-Double-StoutTHE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS

From the Brewer – “We explored 19th Century British Stout recipes, then charted a fresh course to land on a modern American version of the old-world classic. Our Double Stout encompasses the very best of both worlds. Golden naked oats, dark crystal and roasted malt offer a luscious balance of bittersweet chocolate and hints of coffee.  Fair winds and following seas. Smooth sailing, all the way home.”

Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 45
Alcohol by volume: 8.8%
Format: 4 Packs
Seasonality: Year Round

Long Trail Summer Ale

Long-Trail-Summer-AleFrom the Brewer – “An unfiltered golden ale made to chill out summer’s hottest days. Remarkably light on the palate, with a soft Pilsner malt character and a distinct citrus hop aroma deriving from dry-hopped additions of Citra hops. Each sip finishes with a refreshing bitterness that invites another. At 4.3% ABV, this golden beauty is a truly quaffable drinking experience.”

Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 32
Alcohol by volume: 4.3%
Format: 6 Packs
Seasonality: Summer

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Lilja’s Pulling Boat Pale Ale

Liljas-Pulling-Boat-Pale-AleFrom the Brewer – “Lilja’s Pulling Boat Pale Ale is hand-crafted using a variety of choice American two-row malted barley and Cascade hops grown in the Yakima Valley of Washington State. Under strictly controlled conditions, the boiling wort is force-cooled and fermented using a selected and pure strain of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, a top-fermenting brewing yeast. After several days of fermentation at 66-68 degrees Fahrenheit, the wort is now ale. Before bottling, the ale is filtered and cold-conditioned to insure quality and freshness.

The Pulling Boat is a quintessential example of a West Coast American Pale Ale, a style rekindled during the 1970s and 1980s beer-renaissance of traditional ale brewing. The malt bill of 3%, ten Lovibond crystal malt and 97% pale ale malt gives the Pulling Boat its deep golden color. The exclusive use of one pound of Cascade hops per barrel in the brew kettle fosters the delightfully fragrant nose and snappy crisp palate.

Embodying the perfect marriage between sweet malted barley and the citrus-floral Cascade hop, Lilja’s Pulling Boat Pale Ale is a delightfully clean, medium-body, well-attenuated American pale ale. While the science and technology of brewing have changed much in the last 400 years, one thing remains true: You don’t have to be a Puritan or a pilgrim to enjoy the pulchritude of Lilja’s Pulling Boat Pale Ale.

Pictured on the label is Svea, a Spanish cedar and mahogany clinker-built Ship Chandler’s Fancy Whitehall built-in South Bristol, Maine by Shew & Burnham. During the summer and autumn, Svea is occasionally spotted plying Wisconsin’s tranquil inland waters, recollections of her former days quietly in tow.”

Hops: Ade
Yeast: Wyeast 1272 (American Ale 2)
Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 44
Original Gravity: 13 plato
Alcohol by volume: 5.4%
Format: 6 Packs
Seasonality: Year Round

Try these similar Brews!Captain Lawrence Freshchester Pale Ale

Erie Brewing Co. Mad Anthony APA

Erie-Brewing-Co.-Mad-Anthony-APAMad Anthony’s APA is named for General Anthony Wayne, Brigadier General of the American Revolutionary War. It is rumored that during the war, General Wayne was shot numerous times and that his “madness” can be attributed to lead poisoning caused by the lead filled bullets which entered his body. He died in 1796, and was buried in Erie only to be dug up years later by his angry son, upset that his father had not been buried in the family plot. Driving Mad Anthony’s remains back to St. David’s Churchyard, his son drove so fast, causing many of the General’s bones to fall out of the wagon and be strewn across various parts of Pennsylvania!

From the Brewer – “Balanced malt and hop flavor, a great showcase of American Hops. Pale Amber.

Great with peppery, sharp, and pungent cheeses  (Monterey Jack, Pepper Jack, Blue Cheese, Cheddar, Gorgonzola, Limburger) or poultry, fish, shellfish, salmon, roast beef, hamburgers; Thai, Vietnamese, Mexican, Cajun, & Jamaican Food. Cream and Yogurt based sauces.

Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 40
Original Gravity: 12.8 Plato
Alcohol by volume: 5.5%
Format: 6 packs
Seasonality: Year Round

Try these similar Brews!: Captain Lawrence Freshchester Pale Ale

Captain Lawrence Freshchester Pale Ale

Captain-Lawrence-Freshchester-Pale-AleFrom the Brewer – “One of the first beers I brewed after moving out to California to begin my brewing education was a Pale Ale. This version is a true testament to the influences the Wild West had on my early brewing. My Pale Ale is loaded with US-grown Cascade, Crystal, and Columbus hops, so be sure to take a good sniff to enjoy their robust aromas before taking your first sip. An aromatic beer with notes of citrus, pine, a noticeable bitterness, and a touch of malty backbone to help balance it out.

Foods with a spicy kick are a great match, as the bitterness of the hops will help to cool the palate before your next bite. Mexican food and pizza are natural matches.

Hops: Columbus, Cascade, Crystal
Malts: Domestic 2-row, English Crystal Malt
Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 35
Alcohol by volume: 5.6%
Format: 6 Packs
Seasonality: Year Round

Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale

From the Brewer – “The long, cold nights of winter are a little brighter with Celebration® Ale. Wonderfully robust and rich, Celebration® Ale is dry-hopped for a lively, intense aroma. Brewed especially for the holidays, it is perfect for a festive gathering or for a quiet evening at home.

Hops: Chinook, Cascade & Centennial
Malts: Two-row Pale & English Caramel
Yeast: Top-fermenting Ale Yeast
Original Gravity: 4º Plato
Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 65
Alcohol by volume: 6.8%
Format: 6 Packs
Seasonality: Winter

Shiner Wild Hare Pale Ale

From the Brewer – “A mature individual stands 9.5 inches tall and weighs 12.0001 ounces. Renowned for its assertive temperament and hoppy characteristics. It has a distinguished heritage, being the product of high alpha Bravo and U.S. Golding hops, as well as two-row barley malt with a blend of Munich and caramel malts. Note the Wild Hare’s handsome red pelt and distinctive neck-band, which helps distinguish it from others out in the wild. The beer enthusiast is its only known predator.

Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 32
Alcohol by volume: 5.5%
Format: 6 Packs
Seasonality: Year Round

Porkslap Pale Ale

From the Brewer – “Porkslap Pale Ale is brewed with 2 row North American barley and English crystal malt. The beer is flavored with crystal hop and a touch of fresh ginger to create a distinct flavor only a porkslapper can love. At 4.3% abv this beer is designed to have a good ale flavor and a crisp mild finish.

This American pale ale’s fragrant bouquet and spicy flavor lend to this beer’s ideal match with generously spiced foods such as Southern barbecue, wasabi crusted Japanese dishes, and curry based Indian dishes.  This beer is also the perfect complement to grilled meats, particularly burgers, and pizza.

Alcohol by volume: 4.3%
Format: 12 0z. 6 Packs
Seasonality: Year Round

Hop Notch IPA

A play on “Top Notch” with a hoppy twist. setting new trends for beer vocabulary, “this IPA is Hop Notch.”

From the Brewer – “Bold and refreshing, this IPA combines an abundance of hops with a smooth malt profile.

Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 82
Alcohol by volume: 7.3%
Format: 12 0z. 6 Packs
Seasonality: Year Round

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