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The perfect light sessionable beer for summer: Summer in Antwerp. Checkout our Belgian Pale Ale recipe and get ready to enjoy summer in a glass.
A dynamic American pale ale with developed malt and hops characteristics.
A Durham, North Carolina brewery serving classic and southern experimental beer using local farmed ingredients (sweet potato, scuppernong, hickory wood).
American Pale Ale should be a beer that drinks easily and highlights its American hops flavors and aromas. Its closest analog isn’t IPA; it’s British Golden Ale, Americanized! Here’s how to brew a great one.
Breja sensacional. Não faz feio, pelo contrário. Aroma bem intenso, amargor bem evidente como característico das Americans IPA. O dry hop é um atrativo à mais. Parabéns Patrício e a Bruder pelo trabalho!!!
Testimonials Introduction Recipe Notes / Process Pictures / Videos Testimonials "Just wanted to share with you my recent happiness with using your recipes from the website. I have been AG brewing for 4years and in the past month made both the Electric Pale Ale and the Electric IPA with outstanding results. Very bal
As one of the most popular beer styles in the United States, the American pale ale is a strong player in the craft beer movement. Learn more the style here.
A pale ale is a perfect beer style to enjoy as the summer months are approaching. Here in Asheville, North Carolina, we’ve been enjoying steadily rising temperatures that have made us all want to drink something a bit more light and citrusy, so we brewed an Amarillo Pale Ale. This homebrew recipe will make a bright hop-forward beer that anyone can enjoy during the spring and summer months. Here in the mountains, we like to brew this recipe and enjoy it during the home stretch of a long hike.
Pasta & Grains
- 8 oz Caramel / crystal malt 20l
- 8 oz Caramel / crystal malt 60l
- 8 3/4 lbs Pale malt
- 1 lb Wheat, Flaked