Pale Ale

Pale Ale is a top-fermented beer style that falls under the general category of ale . Pale Ale has its origins in England, where it first appeared at the end of the 18th century. “Pale” means “light” in English, which explains its pale color.

With an alcohol content of around 4 - 8%, a Pale Ale is not as strong, but has less hop bitterness than India Pale Ale (IPA) . Despite all this, a pale ale is a hoppy beer, which means that you can estimate an IBU (International Bitterness Unit) range of 20 to 50.

The American Pale Ale (Yankee & Kraut - Eden) , Strong Pale Ale, English Bitter, Session Pale Ale (Brewdog - Dead Pony Club) and India Pale Ale (Espiga - Garage) are other beer styles that have evolved from the Pale Ale .