Divided into two types – American Pale Ales and Australian Pale ales.
Australian pale ales are generally a light coloured ale, clear to slightly cloudy, clean tasting, easy drinking and produced using ale yeast. The malt is more noticeable on the palate, with a sweeter finish than a lager. Bitterness is moderate, hop flavour can vary but is generally moderate with citrusy aromas.
American pale ales are on hop steroids and have a very pronounced hoppy taste and aroma
Examples of Common brands of pale ale include James Squire One Fifty lashes and Cascade Pale Ale, which are malty, medium-bodied and easy to drink.
Our Aussie Pale Ale, is one of our more popular beers. Made using Australian hops, it has a mild citrus aroma, a golden colour & a clean finish.