Ale is renowned for being a full-bodied beer with pronounced fruity flavours. Historically the term “ale” referred to a drink brewed without hops. The bitter flavours found in the original ales were created by boiling a mixture of herbs or spices in the wort before fermentation. Later, hops became the primary bittering agent in ale, much like other types of beer. 

India Pale Ale

India Pale Ale was developed in England to withstand the long journey to India during colonization. Our India Pale Ale has a copper/golden colour and medium aroma hops, with a slightly higher starting gravity and hop rates than our regular pale ale.

Bitterness 50 IBU
Malts Pale, Munich, Carapils, Carastan
OG 1.051-1.053
Hops Columbus, Mt. Hood
Colour Dark golden, copper

Serve at 13C / 55F

Pale Ale

A beer with roots in the English Midlands, pale ale dates back as far as 1780. Today, it is copied worldwide. Our version is crisp, amber-coloured and aromatic.

Bitterness 30 IBU
Malts Pale, Crystal, Honey, Carastan
OG 1.050
Hops Cascade, Perle
Colour Amber

Serve at 12C / 54F

Red Ale

Stylistically positioned between a German Alt Beer and Oktoberfest, our red ale is copper red in colour. It has a pronounced crisp, malty character, with delicate hop bitterness and a pleasing floral aroma. Blessed with all of these thirst quenching attributes, this beer is sure to please!

Bitterness 18 IBU
Malts Pale, Crystal, Vienna, Chocolate, Munich
OG 1.050-1.052
Hops Columbus, Perle
Colour Copper

Serve at 12C / 54F