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Pale Ale

Where beer got its craft and hops met stardom. Four decades later, Pale Ale is still the one.

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Where beer got its craft and hops met stardom. Four decades later, Pale Ale is still the one.

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The Details

No one was ready for Pale Ale in 1980, and no one can fathom a fridge without it today. Its bold hoppiness and smooth malt flavor shocked taste buds — right before sparking the American craft beer revolution. Pale Ale is still the one hopped to perfection, and still the one you’re proud to share.


Pale Ale put Cascade hops on the map, their intense aromas of citrus and pine finding balance with the subtle sweetness of caramelized malt.

“The iconic green label remains as strong a force as ever.”

– First We Feast

Malts

Malts

Caramelized malts, Two-row Pale

Hops

Hops

Cascade

Yeast

Yeast

Ale Yeast

Brewing is as much art as science, and all beer specifications and raw materials are subject to change at our brewers' creative discretion.

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5.6% Alcohol by Volume
38 Bitterness Units
13.3° Original Gravity
2.8° Finishing Gravity
175 Calories
14.3g Carbohydrates
1.9g Proteins
Beer Infused Recipe

Pale Ale Poppers

Be the toast of the tailgate thanks to these bacon-wrapped, cheese-stuffed Pale Ale jalapeño poppers.

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What Are Hops?

Cascade hops are the hallmark of Pale Ale, but how exactly do these magical flowers create the bitterness, aroma & flavor of your favorite beers?

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Pale Ale

Homebrew Recipe

Our roots are in homebrewing, so have fun making 5 gallons of your own.

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