About the American Pale Ale

The American Pale Ale is a hop-forward brew that has less alcohol strength, is less bitter and is more approachable than the American IPA. Its clean and balanced palate makes use of New World or American hop varietals. Prior to the explosion of the American IPA, the American Pale Ale was the most popular craft beer style in the United States.

CitruSinensis is an American Pale Ale by Lagunitas Brewing Company whose sweet and juicy blood oranges are balanced lightly with citrus.

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Samuel Adams Pale Ale is an American Pale Ale brewed by the Boston Beer Company that blends grapefruit, lemon, and pine with cracker, peach, and melon.

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Upslope Citra Pale Ale is an American Pale Ale brewed by Upslope Brewing Company that’s Citra-hopped with grapefruit and balanced by tropical fruit and cracker.

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Dragons & YumYums is an American Pale Ale by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery that blends sweet and tart tropical fruit with pine, resin, and bready malt.

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Maroon Bells is an American Pale Ale by 14er Brewing Company that offers mildly bitter grapefruit balanced by guava and cracker malt.

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Up River is an American Pale Ale by Central 28 Beer Company that blends hoppy citrus, pine, herb, and resin with bready malt.

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Icelandic Arctic Pale Ale is an American-style Pale Ale brewed by Einstök Ölgerð that balances grass and citrus hops with toffee and toasted bread.

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Citra Hopped Live Pale Ale is an American Pale Ale by Southern Tier Brewing Co. that balances citrus and peppery hops with cracker malt and tropical fruit.

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Rock ’N’ Roll, an American-style Pale Ale by Birrificio Le Baladin blends yeast and doughy bread with floral hops, citrus, coriander, and pepper.

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Oneida is an American Pale Ale by Modern Times Beer that’s light and balanced with flavors of pine, citrus, tropical fruit, and doughy bread.

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