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APA (American Pale Ale)

It was the American craft brewers who picked up the legacy of India Pale Ales and reintroducing heavily hopped beers, except why simply replicate a somewhat neglected British style when so many great hops are available in the USA? Hops such as Cascade and Centennial characterise this style of stronger (around 5%) full-flavoured and heavily hopped beer, with brewers such as Sierra Nevada and and Anchor pioneering the style in the early 1980s. Today you’ll find this clean, hoppy style made (with American hops) all over the world.

The legacy in question dates back to the 19th century when strong hoppy beer (though not as hopped as some you’ll find these days!) from Britain was sent out to colonial India, benefiting from the conditions of the journey by sea, and gaining popularity ahead of other pale ales and beers of the time. Eventually Hodgson’s introduced their East India Pale Ale to the UK market, made fashionable by the interest in the empire and all things from India during the reign of Queen Victoria. Even back then some American hops were used, alongside those from Europe, although a majority of favoured English hops were used. Over the years the style typically became milder, lighter and less hopped until relatively recently.

Lervig Lucky Jack Can

33cl, 4.7%
Lervig Aktiebryggeri

A well-balanced American Pale Ale, brewed in Norway by Lervig Aktiebryggeri, made with Pilsner and Caramel malts along with Citra, Amarillo and Chinook hops. Lucky Jack looks like he's searching for…  More info

Lervig Lucky Jack Can
$2.39

Atom Catalyst APA

44cl, 5.4%
Atom Brewing Co

An enjoyably punchy APA from brewing folks Atom in Hull. Propelled by a love of science and beer, they've created some marvellous brews named after various scientific odds and sods. What a wonderful…  More info

Atom Catalyst APA
$4.67

Edge Brewing Brass Knuckles

33cl, 9.2%
Edge Brewing

Brass Knuckles from Barcelona might sound like the title of a great album, but this is actually is marvellous American Strong Ale from Spain's Edge Brewing. It combines oodles of dark malts with a…  More info

Edge Brewing Brass Knuckles
$4.23

BrewDog Vagabond Pale Ale

33cl, 4.5%
BrewDog

BrewDog's Vagabond Pale Ale is a tasty beer made with Extra Pale, Cara and Crystal Malts, as well as Centennial and Amarillo hops, Scottish water and their clean-fermenting house yeast. Though it…  More info

BrewDog Vagabond Pale Ale
$2.33

Weird Beard Five O'Clock Shadow

33cl, 7%
Weird Beard Brew Company

Five O'Clock Shadow is an American-styled IPA from the Weird Beard Brew Co., combining a bundle of pungent hops with crisp malt notes.  More info

Weird Beard Five O'Clock Shadow
$2.96

Kona Fire Rock Pale Ale

36cl, 5.8%
Kona Brewing Co

A light, fruity pale ale from the Kona Brewing Company, which is based in Hawaii. They refer to it as a 'Hawaiian-Style' pale ale, and the label certainly fits the bill, doesn't it? The brewers make…  More info

Kona Fire Rock Pale Ale
$2.33

Beavertown Gamma Ray American Pale Ale

33cl, 5.4%
Beavertown

Made with Best Pale, Caragold and Caramalt malts as well as Colombus, Bravo, Amarillo, Citra and Calypso hops (dry-hopped for days), this is a deliciously drinkable offering from popular craft…  More info

Beavertown Gamma Ray American Pale Ale
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$2.64

Meantime Pale Ale

33cl, 4.7%
Meantime

A very special pale ale from Meantime made with English Goldings and American Cascade and Cluster hops for added bitterness. This is made using their dry hopping technique, with Cascade and…  More info

Meantime Pale Ale

Port Brewing Summer Pale Ale

65cl, 6%
Port Brewing Company

A seasonal West Coast-style pale ale made with Chinook, Cascade, Amarillo, and Simcoe hops.  More info

Port Brewing Summer Pale Ale

Murray's Angry Man Pale Ale

33cl, 5%
Murray's

This Australian American Pale Ale from Murray's Craft Brewing Co. is a knock-out cold. (Geddit?) American Centennial and New Zealand Motueka are used alongside British, German and Australian malts.  More info

Murray's Angry Man Pale Ale

The Kernel Pale Ale Chinook Amarillo

50cl, 5.3%
The Kernel

The Kernel Brewery in London have produced stacks and stacks of delicious and Pale Ales and IPAs using a multitude of hop combinations. This right here is a tasty Pale Ale made using a pair of…  More info

The Kernel Pale Ale Chinook Amarillo

Fourpure Southern Latitude

33cl, 4.7%
Fourpure Brewing Co.

Southern Latitude one half of a duo from Fourpure Brewing Co. in London (can you guess what the other half is?), made using hops from the southern hemisphere - namely Galaxy, Centennial and Topaz…  More info

Fourpure Southern Latitude

The Kernel Pale Ale Chinook Zeus Citra

50cl, 5.3%
The Kernel

The Kernel make beer with "upfront hops, lingering bitternesses, warming alcohols, (and) bodies of malt." What's not to like? This pale ale is made with Citra, Zeus and Chinook hops, obviously.  More info

The Kernel Pale Ale Chinook Zeus Citra

Wiper and True Triptych No.11

50cl, 4.9%
Wiper and True

This is the 11th instalment of Wiper & True's Truptych series - a fruity Pale Ale made with Citra, Amarillo and Mosaic hops.  More info

Wiper and True Triptych No.11

Wiper and True Australia Pale Ale

50cl, 5.6%
Wiper and True

Only Australian hops are used to make Wiper & True's Australia Pale Ale. Go into this one expecting big ol' bushels of fresh fruit notes and you won't be disappointed.  More info

Wiper and True Australia Pale Ale

Green Flash 30th Street Pale Ale

36cl, 6%
Green Flash

When San Diego's Green Flash Brewing produce a dry hopped pale ale that's an "homage to their local craft beer corridor", that can only be an exciting thing. This is a 355ml bottle.  More info

Green Flash 30th Street Pale Ale

Wild Beer Fresh Can

33cl, 5.5%
The Wild Beer Co

A Pale Ale from Wild Beer made with hops from the northern and southern hemispheres. A new batch is made every six months using different available hops from different harvests, leading to different…  More info

Wild Beer Fresh Can

The Kernel Pale Ale Cascade Chinook

33cl, 5.3%
The Kernel

Another yummy Pale Ale from The Kernal brewery in London, this time making using of Cascade and Chinook hops. Prepare for some delicious hoppy-tropical-fruit notes here...  More info

The Kernel Pale Ale Cascade Chinook

Big Hug Brewing Spirit Pale Ale

33cl, 4.2%
Big Hug Brewing

A session Pale Ale from Big Hug, London brewers with a love of bears (for this brew inspiration has been taken from the amazing spirit bears of British Columbia). 95% Maris Otter is used, along with…  More info

Big Hug Brewing Spirit Pale Ale

The Kernel Pale Ale Cascade Mosaic Nelson Sauvin

33cl, 5.3%
The Kernel

Another top quality Pale Ale from the London brewers Kernel. This time, they've used a trio of well-loved hops - Cascade, Mosaic and Nelson Sauvin.  More info

The Kernel Pale Ale Cascade Mosaic Nelson Sauvin

Little Creatures Pale Ale

33cl, 5.2%
Little Creatures Brewing

An Australian Pale Ale made with hops (from American and Australia) added throughout the boil, bottled at 5.2% abv.  More info

Little Creatures Pale Ale

Harbour Brewing Pale Ale

50cl, 6%
Harbour Brewing Company

An American-style Pale Ale from North Cornwall's Harbour Brewing Company.  More info

Harbour Brewing Pale Ale

Vocation Pride & Joy

33cl, 5.3%
Vocation Brewery

Pride & Joy is a splendid American-style Pale Ale from West Yorkshire produced by the Vocation Brewery (who seem to have quite an affection for the ampersand, looking at the names of all their beers).  More info

Vocation Pride & Joy

TicketyBrew Pale Ale

33cl, 5.5%
TicketyBrew

This is TicketyBrew's Pale Ale, produced in Stalybridge using American hops and Belgian yeast. They've also used a fair portion of caramelised malt, making it just a bit darker than your standard…  More info

TicketyBrew Pale Ale

Roosters Fort Smith

33cl, 5%
Roosters

An American-style Pale from Yorkshire, named after the town in which Rooster Cogburn lived. "They say he has grit. I wanted a man with grit."  More info

Roosters Fort Smith

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