"We start most new homebrewers with an American Pale Ale because of its simple nature and great flavor. The style of American pale ale for the AHA is characterized by American-variety hops used to produce high hop bitterness, flavor and aroma. This bold hop flavor balances out with smooth low to medium maltiness. Good pale ale starts with light extract or pale malt and crystal malt for color and sweetness."
– Gary Wilder, Tucson, Arizona
An American Pale Ale, the taste of hops, spices, and full maltiness mark this beer.
An American Pale Ale, this recipe is for the ultimate short brew day. From flame-on to cleanup is only 90 minutes. Lots of floral, fruity Simcoe flavor and aroma from the 15-minute boil.
Dogfish's original American Pale Ale and most approachable beer.
Not your typical American Pale Ale. This one comes with cherries.
Homebrew Pro Shoppe, Inc., Olathe, Kansas
An American Pale Ale, with a touch of lemon.
A popular American IPA, hundreds of our customers at my homebrew shop have made this. Most swear it’s identical to the original. Dry hopping is essential for classic Cascade flavor and aroma.