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Nirvana Brewery alcohol-free Organic Pale Ale
Case price from: £1.80
Per item: £1.80 £1.33
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Nirvana Brewery 0.0% Traditional Pale Ale
Case price from: £1.80
Per item: £1.80 £1.33
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Nirvana Brewery alcohol-free Hoppy Pale Ale
Case price from: £1.80
Per item: £1.80 £1.33
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St Austell Tribute Pale Ale
Case price from: £1.70
Per item: £1.70 £1.50
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Sharp's Atlantic Pale Ale
Case price from: £1.75
Per item: £1.75 £1.50
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Drop Bear Beer Co. Yuzu Pale Ale 0.5% ABV
Case price from: £1.90
Per item: £1.90 £1.50
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St Austell Proper Job India Pale Ale
Case price from: £1.60
Per item: £1.60 £1.50
Old Empire India Pale Ale
Case price from: £1.50
Per item: £1.50
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Thornbridge Zero Five Low Alcohol Pale Ale Bo...
Case price from: £1.70
Per item: £1.70 £1.50
M&S Low Alcohol Southwold Pale Ale
Case price from: £1.60
Per item: £1.60
Camden Town Pale Ale
Case price from: £39.00
Per item: £1.63
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Big Drop Low Alcohol Pale Ale
Case price from: £1.65
Per item: £1.65
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Magic Rock High Wire Grapefruit APA (American...
Case price from: £1.95
Per item: £1.95 £1.67
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Magic Rock Murk Life Balance Pale Ale 5.0%
Case price from: £1.95
Per item: £1.95 £1.67
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Shepherd Neame India Pale Ale
Case price from: £2.00
Per item: £2.00 £1.67
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How is Pale Ale made?

Barley in a bag for pale ale malt

In the most basic sense, pale ale means ale brewed from pale malt. The term was born around 1703 for lightly hopped beers made from malts dried over coke, and it meant both pale ale and bitter. Dry heat from cleaner carbon resulted in less smoky, lightly roasted malt and hence produced a paler beer. Nowadays, pale malt is the cheapest available in mass production.

English pale ale is brewed to maintain good balance between malty sweetness and hop bitterness. The taste is robust, fruity and nutty, with butterscotch aromas and golden colour. This type of beer is very popular, as it caters to many tastes and fits into most social situations easily, enjoyed with food or on its own.

American pale ale has a slightly different character, due to a more generous use of American hops, giving out their famous citrussy, pine or fruity aromas.