It is reddish in color with hops and apple fruit on the nose, spicy and malty in the mouth, and a dry, even tart fruity finish with hints of raisins and apple.
The slow work of the yeast in the bottle may increase the alcohol content to 12% or even more. After several years of aging Prize Old Ale gains a more complex palate with Calvados like character. It is said that Prize Old Ale is at its best after 20 years of maturing.
Bottled as Milestones Pale Ale to celebrate the opening of the Milestones Museum.
A tribute to the great British brewers of Burton-upon-Trent, Pale Ales are copper colored and hoppy
Like the English Mild Ale, this beer has a sweet malty tone to it. It also has subdued hop flavor and aroma.
The dry hopping that goes into Michelob Pale Ale produces spicy tones and a slightly bitter profile for a clean, light taste. Michelob Pale Ale's pour produces a thick foam head, a...