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Pale Ale

Dating back to the early 18th century at least, Pale Ales are warm fermented beers made predominantly with pale malt. Although used interchangeably with Bitter or IPA by many brewers during much of the 20th century, the last thirty years or so have seen a resurgence of hoppy Pale Ales among craft brewers and beer fans, particularly in the USA. Whilst many of the most heavily hopped examples can be found on our India Pale Ale and American Pale Ale pages, here you’ll find some fine examples that fall between the cracks as well as some more rounded amber ales.

Wild Beer Fresh

33cl, 5.5%
The Wild Beer Co

A can of Wild Beer's Pale Ale made every six months using the different available hops from different harvests from both the northern and southern hemispheres.  More info

Wild Beer Fresh

Bedlam Golden Ale

33cl, 4.2%
Bedlam Brewery

A light, fruity golden ale made with some roasted barley for body and hops which have plenty of influence without dominating.  More info

Bedlam Golden Ale

By The Horns Stiff Upper Lip Pale Ale

33cl, 3.8%
By The Horns Brewing Co.

A sessionable Pale Ale from the By The Horns Brewing Co. in London - yes, that might be one of our favourite named, too.  More info

By The Horns Stiff Upper Lip Pale Ale

Arbor Oz Bomb

57cl, 4.7%
Arbor Ales

Oz Bomb is an Australian-styled Pale Ale from the Arbor brewers in Bristol. They've used Australian Galaxy and Vic Secret hops for this on, in generous measures.  More info

Arbor Oz Bomb

Mad Hatter Wapping Mad

33cl, 5.5%
Mad Hatter

A light, somewhat creamy amber ale from Liverpool's excellent Mad Hatter Brewing Co., who not only have tasty beers but some really rather wonderful labels too.  More info

Mad Hatter Wapping Mad

Wild Beer Witness

33cl, 5.8%
The Wild Beer Co

The Wild Beer Co.'s Witness is a Belgian-style Brett pale ale inspired by the beers of the Trappist monasteries. Ought to cellar well...  More info

Wild Beer Witness

Bad Co. Comfortably Numb

33cl, 3.8%
Bad Co.

A tasty treat from Bad Co. in the north of England - a particularly hop-packed golden ale, this one! No prizes for knowing what band has a song with the same name as this beer.  More info

Bad Co. Comfortably Numb

Yeastie Boys Stairdancer

33cl, 4.4%
Yeastie Boys

A very laid-back Pale Ale from the Yeastie Boys selection, made with a combination of golden malts and tasty hops including Pacifica, Nelson Sauvin and Southern Cross.  More info

Yeastie Boys Stairdancer

Tuatara Sauvinova

33cl, 5.2%
Tuatara

A single hop Pale Ale from New Zealand's Tuatara - Sauvinova is focussed around the exciting, fascinating flavours of the Nelson Sauvin hop.  More info

Tuatara Sauvinova

Tuatara Outrigger

33cl, 4.5%
Tuatara

A refreshing South Pacific Pale Ale from New Zealand-based brewers, Tuatara. Made with a whole host of hops, resulting in oodles of fresh citrus, mango and vanilla biscuit notes.  More info

Tuatara Outrigger

McGrath's No. 6 Irish Amber Ale

50cl, 5.2%
Clanconnel Brewing Co.

"One of a kind, one at a time" is the ethos at Clanconnel Brewing Company, improving on a recipe as much as possible before moving on to the next one. This is their sixth brew, an Irish amber ale.  More info

McGrath's No. 6 Irish Amber Ale

Alnwick Gold

50cl, 4.2%
Alnwick Brewery

A creamy golden ale from the Alnwick Brewery made with Maris Otter malts and First Gold hops - excellent summer afternoon drinking.  More info

Alnwick Gold

Mikkeller Peter, Pale And Mary

50cl, 4.6%
Mikkeller

An American Pale Ale from Mikkeller, with a cheeky reference to Peter, Paul & Mary in its name.  More info

Mikkeller Peter, Pale And Mary

Northern Monk Communion

33cl, 5.1%
Northern Monk

When you hear the term 'collaborative beer' you usually think it's a collaboration between two breweries. Not this time. Communion is a collaborative pale ale between the Northern Monk Brew Co. and…  More info

Northern Monk Communion

Howling Hops Pale Ale

33cl, 3.8%
Howling Hops Brewery

Pineapples are generally good things, right? I mean, they may not really belong on pizza (according to some!), but they sure do liven up gammon... and the label of this Pale Ale from Hackney's…  More info

Howling Hops Pale Ale
$2.68

Gipsy Hill Southpaw Amber Ale

33cl, 4.2%
Gipsy Hill Brewing Company

Formed by three beer loving friends in south east London, Gipsy Hill produce beers that are all marked by their sheer drinkability; no huge alcohol or massively concentrated flavours, but everything…  More info

Gipsy Hill Southpaw Amber Ale
$2.68

Roosters Pilsnear

33cl, 4.8%
Roosters

A seasonal special from Roosters Brewery in North Yorkshire, this is a cross between a pilsner and pale ale; made with German and Czech hops and Pilsner and Munich malts, but with a touch more fruit…  More info

Roosters Pilsnear
$2.95

Five Points Citrus Pale

33cl, 4.2%
The Five Points Brewing Co

A collaboration between The Five Points Brewing Company and Field Day, this citrus pale ale will feature one of Astrid, Ludo, Noodles, Polly and Scooby on each can. Those are all cats, if you hadn't…  More info

Five Points Citrus Pale
$3.13

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