Belgian Pale Ale
Originally brewed to compete with the German Pilsner during World War II, the Belgian Pale Ale is fairly subtle and delicate for a Pale Ale.
Usually a light gold to amber in color, the Belgian Pale Ale often features a toasted and slightly sweet pale and caramel malt character, fruity and spiced Belgian yeast, and fairly mild Noble hops with relatively low bitterness.
Best served cool, 46-54 degrees, in a stemmed tulip or large wine glass.
A crisp, refreshing version of a traditional Belgian beer. Fruity, slightly spicy flavors from the Belgian yeast are balanced by toffee and caramel notes from our blend of malts while the hops provide a citrus character that rounds out this enjoyable brew. (Description provided by company)
Light and refreshing with our special yeast. (Description provided by company)
Dry hopped with New Zealand hops and fermented with Belgian yeast this Extra Pale Ale sizzles with an intense bouquet of lychee, kiwi and citrus and beams with acidity. A delicious conundrum (Description provided by company)
Positonic is a Belgian Style Ale with a mind all its own. This is a light body ale making for a very easy drinker. Both sides of your brain will agree this is the perfect beer for summer. (Description provided by company)
This Belgian table bier is a traditional entry into the Session category. It is meant to be consumed with food but also stands well on its own.
Bankston 88 is a wheat-based Belgian pale ale that combines light citrus flavors with a blend of Belgian yeast and west coast, and Japanese hops. Centennial and Sorachi Ace hops, contribute to aromas dominated by lemon verbena, grapefruit, cedar, and gardenia flowers.
This beer, known in the taproom as the Bryan Ave Belgian Blonde, is light in color, but deep in flavor and aroma with hints of spiciness that come from the Belgian-style yeast that is used when brewing the beer.
This unique Blonde is a blend of 4 malted grains, noble hops finished off with that great Belgian yeast. The result is a well balanced aroma and taste ideally suited to complement just about any gourmet dish or dessert. (Description provided by company)
Light and sessionable like its namesake, the third release in the Bell’s Planet Series, Mercury: The Winged Messenger, was inspired by the Belgian Single, a style traditionally brewed by monks in Belgium for their own consumption.