Belgian-Style Pale Ale

New Belgium Rolle Bolle

Product - New Belgium Rolle Bolle
Brewed By: 
New Belgium
Self-Defined Style: 
Belgian Pale Ale / Summer Ale
Strength (ABV): 
5.2% ABV
Bitterness (IBU): 
30 IBU

A delightful summer ale for easy sipping and a classic Belgian yard game for easy enjoyment, Rolle Bolle is how we roll. Brewed with monk fruit and soursop, this beer pours a brilliant blonde, with a fluffy, white head. Earthy and tropical tones carry the aroma and the taste follows accordingly. Rolle Bolle’s hint of tartness is backed with the citrus bite of Cascade and Centennial hops. Oats add some creaminess to the mouthfeel, and it finishes dry and clean. Time to get in the yard, crack a bottle and start rolling.

Real Ale Mysterium Verum Vol. XV

Beer Style - Belgian Ale
Self-Defined Style: 
Barrel-Aged Belgian Pale Ale

Barrel-Aged Anniversary Ale.

Blue Mountain Local Species

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Brewed By: 
Blue Mountain
Self-Defined Style: 
Belgian-Style Pale Ale
Strength (ABV): 
6.6% ABV
Bitterness (IBU): 
24 IBU

A Belgian-inspired, American-hopped, barrel-aged pale ale. A creation of deep-drawn well water, special barley malts, American hops and Belgian yeast. Aged in charred American White Oak bourbon barrels. A beer as original and beautiful as our native Brookie.

Saint Arnold ICON Red - Belgian-Style Pale Ale

Product - Saint Arnold ICON Red
Self-Defined Style: 
Belgian-Style Pale Ale.

Belgian-Style Pale Ale.
This beer starts with the distinctive Saaz hop nose, then a pleasant maltiness for such a light beer followed by a floral, spicy and earthy hop flavor that closes with a focused bitter finish. Very refreshing.

Brooklyn BAMboozle

Product - Brooklyn BAMboozle
Brewed By: 
Brooklyn
Self-Defined Style: 
Pale Ale
Strength (ABV): 
8.6% ABV
Color (SRM): 
6º L

BAMBoozle features a large addition of wildflower honey from the New York family apiary Tremblay Farms – we pick up the honey from Alan Tremblay at the Greenmarket. Blended with golden malts, it is fermented to a dry complexity by our Belgian yeast strain, and then re-fermented in the bottle like Champagne. When the cork pops, the beer shows a shimmering effer vescence, a beautifully floral, honeyed nose, and a fresh light zing on the palate that belies its underlying strength. You have not had a beer like this, and neither have we. You can enjoy it now, but it will also age very nicely.

Pretty Things Magnifico

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Self-Defined Style: 
Rustic Session Pale Ale
Strength (ABV): 
3.4% ABV

Full of Cascade, Horizon and Bravo hops and brewed from Munich Malt, Crystal Malt and Maris Otter from Inglaterra, this low-alcohol session ale is the perfect brew for an all-day party or a refreshing reward for a hard day of outside work.

Best With: 
Alone as a thirst quencher, with salads, grilled fish and shellfish, mild cheeses

New Holland White Hatter

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Brewed By: 
New Holland
Self-Defined Style: 
Belgian Style White Pale Ale
Strength (ABV): 
5.3% ABV

An innovative hybrid of styles landing between white ale and India Pale Ale. White Hatter brings spice, hops, and fermentation notes together flavorfully. Pairings: seafood, fennel, mushrooms.

Newport Storm Cyclone - Sabrina

Newport Storm Cyclone Series - Sabrina
Brewed By: 
Newport Storm
Self-Defined Style: 
Belgian Style Pale Ale
Strength (ABV): 
7.1% ABV
Color (SRM): 
13º L
Bitterness (IBU): 
38 IBU

A limited release “Belgian Pale Ale,” Cyclone Sabrina is the delightful offspring of two brewing worlds – Belgian and American. She was brewed in October on the second birthday of her namesake, Sabrina Ryan, daughter of one of Newport Storm’s founders. Cyclone Sabrina (the beer) is quite simple up front (only pale malt was used) and relatively straight-forward without complicated hopping schedules. We chose to let the authentic Belgian yeast’s attributes shine—with all its yummy carried phenols, bubble gum esters, and clove smells.

New Holland Farmhouse Hatter

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Brewed By: 
New Holland
Self-Defined Style: 
Farmhouse IPA
Strength (ABV): 
5.8% ABV
Bitterness (IBU): 
54 IBU

Farmhouse Ales were originally brewed as “Provision Beers” by farmers in Belgium and France, brewed in the winter months to be consumed during hot summer work days. They were traditionally brewed light and refreshing to aid in both hydration and energy. Wheat and Pilsner malts were used to lighten up the body of this Mad Hatter version. It was also fermented hot with a strain of Belgian Saison yeast to develop flavors of green apple, pepper and fresh cut hay. Brewed for Hatter Days!

De Ranke Cuvée De Ranke

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Brewed By: 
De Ranke
Self-Defined Style: 
Belgian Pale Ale
Strength (ABV): 
7.0% ABV

Cuvee is an ale of mixed origin like many Belgian breweries used to make. The production process is nearly the same as for the Kriek, the difference being that no cherries are added. It’s a naturally acidified ale in which we try to reach the perfect balance between sweet and sour. This amber-coloured ale contains 7% vol. Alc. and can age really nice.

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