Archive for the 'Pale Ale' Category



Blue Mountain Barrel House Local Species Pale Ale

Blue-Mountain-Barrel-House-Local-Species-Pale-AleBelgian-inspired, American-hopped, barrel-aged pale ale

From the Brewer – “Different. Secret. Native. A creation of deep-drawn well water, special barley malts, American hops and Belgian yeast. Aged in charred American White Oak bourbon barrels. A beer as original and beautiful as our native Brookie.

Original Gravity: 16.4º Plato
Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 24
Alcohol by volume: 6.6%
Format: 750 ml Bottles
Seasonality: Year Round

Yards Brewing Co Philadelphia Pale Ale

From the Brewer – “Not to be boastful, but we honestly believe that all other ales pale in comparison to this one. Brewed with pilsner malt, Philadelphia Pale Ale is crisp and hoppy, bursting with citrus flavors and aromas.

Philadelphia Pale Ale was named one of the best Pale Ales in the country by the New York Times.”

Alcohol by volume: 4.6%
Format: 6 packs
Seasonality: Year Round

Sour Power Six Pack Sampler

From the Brewer – “Now available, the Sour Power Six Pack Sampler features three of Global Beer’s finest sour ale offerings. Included in the pack are two each of Monk’s Cafe Flemish Sour Ales, Petrus Oud Bruin Ales, and Petrus Aged Pale Ales.”

Petrus Oud Bruin Ale: Red & Brown Ale
“Dark ruby red – red as wine. The style is also called the Burgundy of Flanders, and is a very typical and common beer in West Flanders

Created by a secret blend of the aged and sour ‘mother beer’ with fresh brewed sweeter beer, this beer produces a sour-sweet balance, set off by the underlying bitterness of the hops. A discovery! The best in its style! Light in alcohol, exciting complex flavors and tastes come to the forefront.

Although serving cold is recommended, taking time to drink it will release more aromas towards the end of your glass.”

It is an excellent beer to marinate fish or meat in it. Richer meat dishes, or heavy pasta dishes where the light sourness of the beer is looked for to offset the sweetness of the sauce.

Alcohol by volume: 5.5%

Monks Cafe Flemish Sour Ale: Red & Brown Ale
“As Belgian beer lovers, you certainly know about the famous restaurant-bar in Philadelphia with the name Monk’s Café. This restaurant is known all over the USA as one of the best places to find an extensive selection of Belgian beers, and also great food cooked in Belgian beer. The owner Tom Peters is one of the many people who fell in love years ago with Belgian beer, and one of the few who had the passion and tenacity to learn all about it.

In 2002 he finally had the opportunity, and the courage to convince the Van Steenberge brewery to bottle its famous ‘BIOS – Vlaamse Bourgogne’ under private label for him. The Flemish Burgundy of the Van Steenberge brewery is an old brown in style, aged in oak, and is one of the oldest brews made by the brewery, at least brewed for over 300 years. Tom Peters knew the beer long since, but always had trouble finding some bottles, even in Belgium. Indeed, the beer is only brewed once a year. A final tasting of a whole line of Belgian Old Browns in the Brugs Beertje bar (Brugge) tilted the decision: this is the best old brown ale in the world! And Tom went to the brewery to see Mr. Paul Van Steenberge and Mr. Jef Versele, the owners of the brewery.

Well the rest is history, as they say, but we at the Global Beer Network are very honored to be able to import this fabulous, exceptional Belgian beer in the USA.”

Great with Asian, spicy Mexican and even salads!

Alcohol by volume: 5.5%

Petrus Aged Pale Ale: Red & Brown Ale
Aged? Many beers have a long maturation, but this one has only 24-30 months in oak barrels.
Pale? This beer has an old gold to bronze color, rather than the burgundy more common in the breweries of West Flanders. This is the ‘mother beer,’ used in various quantities to blend with the other Petrus beers, and to give them their unique and very distinctive taste. This mother beer is rather sour with a bite like the best Brut Champagnes. A connoisseur’s delight! The only one of its kind on the U.S. market.”

Smoked, pickled or marinated fish (trout, herrings, sardines). Shellfish. Squid.

Alcohol by volume: 7.3%

Format: 6 Pack – 2 of each type
Seasonality: Year Round

Newcastle Founders Ale

Only one Limited Edition is special enough to bear the name Newcastle Founders Ale. The name, like the star on its label, is a tribute to the heritage of the five founding brewers of Victorian-era Newcastle. Its nutty brown color, light-bodied flavor and malty dry, bitter finish will make you as proud of our heritage as we are.

From the Brewer – “We bring you Newcastle Founder’s Ale, a unique Limited Edition brew with the drinkability you expect from Newcastle, Our Newcastle founders came together to produce beers with real star quality. This ale is a tribute to the heritage and authenticity of those top brewers of Victorian Newcastle. Founders’ is a pale ale with a dry hoppy flavor and aromas It is sweet rather than bitter, with a clean short finish. What better way to toast the season of renewal!

Hops: Styrian Golding
Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 20
Alcohol by volume: 4.8%
Format: 6 Packs
Seasonality: Limited

Pyramid Summer Variety Pack

From the Brewer – “Pyramid’s summer variety pack offers a quartet of brews that are perfect for summer’s memorable moments, whatever they may be.  Our flagship Hefeweizen is joined by Apricot Ale, an award-winning wheat beer, our refreshing summer seasonal Curve Ball Blonde Ale and a limited edition Pale Ale, celebrating the first Pyramid beer ever brewed in 1984, available in the variety pack only.”

Hefeweizen: Unfiltered Wheat Ale
“The standard by which all other wheat beers are judged. Our award-winning American-style Hefeweizen is a unique take on the traditional Bavarian classic. This refreshingly unfiltered wheat ale delivers a distinctively smooth flavor worth savoring with friends.”

Hops: Nugget, Liberty
Malts: 39% 2 Row Pale Barley, 60% Malted Wheat,1% Caramel
Original Gravity: 12.5 Plato
Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 18
Alcohol by volume: 5.2%

Apricot Ale: Unfiltered Wheat Ale
“Apricot Ale perfectly combines the taste and aroma of fresh apricot with the smooth finish of a traditional wheat beer. It’s refreshingly unfiltered character and fruit flavor make it an ale worth savoring.”

Hops: Nugget or Summit
Malts: 50% 2 Row Pale Barley, 50% Malted Wheat
Original Gravity: 11.5 Plato
Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 11
Alcohol by volume: 5.1%

Curve Ball: Cold-Conditioned Ale
“A deliciously drinkable golden summer seasonal, Curve Ball quenches the deepest of thirsts with its crisp, clean flavor. This cold lagered ale is the perfect accompaniment to summer’s memorable moments, whatever they may be.”

Hops: Vanguard, Perle
Malts: 2-Row Barley, Malted Wheat
Original Gravity: 12 Plato
Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 18
Alcohol by volume: 5%

Pale Ale: Pyramid’s First Brew
“Our inaugural Pyramid beer, Pyramid Pale Ale was the first beer ever brewed in 1984 under the Pyramid family of ales. Brewed only with Cascade hops and styled in the tradition of English Pale Ales, Pyramid’s Pale Ale is sweet and malty, with floral hop aromas.”

Hops: Cascade
Malts: Malted Barley, Caramel Malt 80L, Caramel Malt 120L Carapils
Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 38
Alcohol by volume: 5.4%

Format: 12 Pack – 3 of each type
Seasonality: Summer

Smuttynose Shoals Pale Ale

From the Brewer – Our interpretation of a classic English beer style is copper-colored, medium-bodied and highly hopped. Its flavor is delightfully complex: tangy fruit at the start, with an assertive hop crispness and a long malty palate that one well-known beer writer has compared to the flavor of freshly baked bread.

Awards: GOLD MEDAL WINNER – Best American Beer – 2003 Great British Beer Festival

Hops: Cascade, Chinook
Hop Bitterness (IBU’s): 30
Original Gravity: 10530
Alcohol by volume: 5.4%
Format: 6 packs
Seasonality: Year Round

Cream City Pale Ale

From the Brewer – “Named after the cream-colored bricks used to build Milwaukee, this amber pale ale is tasty year round. Pours a light amber with a frothy, stable white head. The light citrus, grapefruit nose comes from American hop varieties, while caramel malts lend a backbone to their crisp, balanced bitterness. Finishes smooth with mild hop flavor.”

Try this one with salads, cheeses, or any rich, fatty food.

Alcohol by volume: 5.7%
Format: 12 oz. bottles
Seasonality: Year Round

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