Pale Ale. Made using pale malts, resulting in a lighter coloured brew with a range of tastes and strngth based on the type of hops and how they are used.

When it comes to pale ales, things can get a little bit confusing. For instance, traditional pale ales are anything but pale. The name originates from the use of pale malted barley and their relative paleness when compared to the dark ales of England. Now, pale ales are known for their malty and fruity characteristics, type and quantity of hops, and the range of different styles available.