English Ale



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  • Ruby hue ale, spicy hop, vinous and full bodied flavour.

    (Colour) 25 SRM

    Pale

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    Dark

    (Bitterness) 35 IBU

    Low

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    High

    (Alcohol) 5.0%

    Low

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    High



    Definition

    Colour - Standard Reference Method (SRM) is the standard measure for degrees of color as related to beer and the grains that are used to brew it. Darker colors are associated with higher numbers.

    Bitterness - International  Bitterness Unit (IBU)  is the measure of hops’ contribution to a beer's bitterness. It can range from 0 to over 100. Beer bitterness is subjected to perception. What seems to be very bitter to some is only mildly bitter to others.  Bitterness may also appear to be lower in the presence of residual sugar, carbonation and cooler temperatures.

    Alcohol - Alcohol By Volume ( ABV) varies according to different craft beer styles, ranging from around 3%to more than 20%.

  • Appearance

    Color
    Ruby hue

    Clarity
    Bright

  • Flavour/Aroma

    Hop
    Herbal spicy

    Malt
    Sweet caramel, malty

    Esters
    Fruity, herbal

    Phenols
    Phenolic

  • Sensations

    Body
    Medium

    Finish Length
    Full body

  • Food Pairings

    Finger Food
    Crispy Pork Belly, Flying Pig, Cashew Nuts

    Chargrill
    Wagyu Rump, Rib-eye Steak, Spicy Italian Sausage, Lamb Rack, Sirloin Steak

    Main Course & Pasta
    Pork Knuckle, Fish & Chips, Spaghetti Seafood Marinara

    Burgers & Sandwiches
    RedDot Beef Burger, Black Pepper Steak Sandwich

    Pizza
    Mexicana, Parma Ham Pizza

    Dessert
    Banana Tiramisu, Whisky Chocolate Melt Cake, Chocolate Ice Cream