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Pale Ale

The practice of dry roasting malts for beer production was historically done using the most widely-available fuel, coal.  In the early 1700s, coke, a higher purity version of coal was used and the result was a lighter roasting to the malt which went on to produce a paler ale that was typically quite hoppy.

India Pale Ale is a sub-category of pale ale about which most know the story (high strength and hoppy beers were better able to survive the voyage to India) and there is no definitive rule about when a pale ale becomes an Amber ale, however you should always expect light fresh, hoppy tastes that are perfect for warm summer days.

Try Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Flying Dog Doggie Style, Ilkley Pale or Thornbridge Chiron & Jaipur for some fabulous examples of this type of beer.

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