A beer made by warm fermentation using predominately pale malt.
ENGLISH PALE ALE
English pale ale can be traced back to Burton-upon-Trent, a city with an abundance of rich, hard water. A mix of fruity, hoppy, earthy, buttery and malty aromas and flavours can be experienced. Typically all ingredients are English.
Belgian pales differ from other pale varieties by being less bitter, brewed using aged hops for a delicate hop finish, and boasting sweetish to toasty malt overtones.