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