Good Things Brew Co, Pale Ale

Good Things Brewing Co, Good Things Pale Ale

Here’s your cheat sheet for Pale Ale by Good Things Brew Co.

Good Things Brew Co, Pale Ale / Pale Ale / 4.5% ABV / IBU 10

Featured in main subscriber on 23 August 2018.

Find Good Things Brew Co on Twitter at @goodthingsbrco and on Instagram at @goodthingsbrewingco.

Serving temperature

Serve this beer between 7°C and 10°C; stick it in the fridge for 90 minutes.

As ever, be wary of over-chilling your beer. More chill means less flavour. To learn more read my post on recommended serving temperatures.

Flavours to expect

It’s a pale ale, which most likely means it’s familiar territory for a lot of us. But just in case you’re not familiar with the style, you should expect: a light to medium body, a clean biscuity malt character, with moderate bitterness and distinct fruity hops flavours showing through. The hops used in this beer are:

  • Mandarina Bavaria: tangerine, fruity, sweet
  • Cascade: lychees, floral, grapefruit
  • El Dorado: apricot, peaches

Food pairings

Pale ales work with a wide range of foods. The classic pork, burgers, sausages, salami route is going to be a safe bet. It should work well with a lot of cheeses too, including good old cheddar. Maybe try it with a light dish of chargrilled veg – roasted peppers should work well. Just watch the intensity of flavours – this is a pale ale and not an IPA so keep things light and the flavours clean.

Further info

Read more on this beer from BeerBods and Good Things Brew Co.