Pale Ale

A copper-to-red coloured English ale, a style originating from the Burton area. The late addition of imported Goldings hops gives this ale an aromatic floral hop character that is combined with mild fruitiness. This premium ale has a lingering spicy hop character on the back of the toungue, balanced by the malty fullness on the front of the palate. This is combined with fruity esters from the English yeast strain. Following English tradition, this beer is fermented at warmer temperatures using top-fermenting yeast and with a lower carbonation level than most mainstream South African beers. Judged as the best pale ale at the 2011 National Home Brewing competition.

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