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Belgian Pale Ale

Feeling in the mood for a refreshing beer instead of going the classy wine route? Belgian Pale Ale to the rescue.

Belgian Pale Ale’s differ from regional varieties by traditionally being less bitter, using hops for a delicate finish while boosting sweet and toasty malt overtones. Flavors and aromas will vary by brewer. Color could range from a light gold yellow to amber hues. The noble hop character of Belgian Pale Ale’s compliments the salty flavor profile of Vintage 5 Year Gouda while strengthening its hidden spicy surprise.

The best way to taste this ale would be in a Stemmed Tulip Glass or a large wine glass.

Check out our top 5 favorites:

  1. Orval Trappist Ale from Brasserie d’Orval S.A.
  2. Ommegang BPA from Brewery Ommegang
  3. Raftman from Unibroue
  4. Liquid Gold from Captain Lawerence Brewing Co.
  5. Stone Soup from New Glarus

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