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.
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