Beer Styles #75 – Belgian-Style Pale Ale

Beer Styles #75 – Belgian-Style Pale Ale

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Belgian-Style Pale Ale

Description (Courtesy of Beer Advocate)

Belgian Pale Ale
The Belgian brewing scene is littered with Belgian Pales, which were initially brewed to compete with Pilseners during the WWII era. Traditionally, they differ from other regional Pale Ales by being less bitter, using aged hops for a delicate hop finish, and having sweet to toasty malt overtones. They should be decanted properly, leaving the yeast in the bottle. This will showcase their brilliant color range from ... See More

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