Belgian Pale Ale
The Belgian Pale Ale isn’t that pale at all and pours a delightful copper color and is similar to a British Pale Ale with a Belgian flair. This malt-forward beer displays flavors of nuts, biscuit, toast, honey, and caramel. The yeast contribute more fruity fermentation flavors than one would experience in Britain. There is a noticeable hop bitterness, but that takes a back seat to the malt and yeast derived flavors and is not nearly as hoppy as its British cousin. With an ABV of around 5%, it’s easy to enjoy a couple with dinner.