Beer Style: American Pale Ale

Oskar Blues Brewery’s Dale’s Pale Ale clone

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Dale’s Pale Ale is an iconic American pale ale, balancing caramel and biscuit malt and fruity, citrusy, piney hops. The first craft beer in a can comes with a little extra oompf at 6.5% ABV — just enough to cap off a solid day in the mountains!


Ichetucknee Pale Ale (Vermont Version) By Danny Coenen

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BOS-winning homebrew recipe, brewed by Danny Coenen. Winner of First Coast Cup (Jacksonville, Florida: 548 entries)


Deschutes Hop Trip Fresh Hop Beer clone

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Looking for a wet-hopped (fresh hops) beer recipe? Lucky for us homebrewers, Deschutes was willing to share their recipe for their awesome Hop Trip Fresh Hop Beer. According to their website, “Vine to kettle in less than four hours, we wait restlessly all year for the hop harvest celebration. After bagging these aromatic jewels, we hustle back and toss them into the brew kettles within hours of picking. It’s our one chance to capture the bright citrus and pine essence of fresh hops.”


Brown Rice Pale Ale

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A gluten free pale ale with plenty of character.


American Pale Ale

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“A middle of the road, more malt and hop balanced American PA.” — Jamil Zainasheff


Longmont Pale Ale

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This was my attempt to pay homage to the beer that put cans on the craft beer scene, to which I will always be a faithful and loyal admirer to Oskar Blues Brewery and their Dale’s Pale Ale. Now if only I could get my homebrew in a can to take with me skiing, canoeing and bike riding, I would be all set.


Gordon Strong ‘s American Pale Ale

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By Gordon Strong of Beavercreek, Ohio, winner of the 13th Dayton Beerfest (Dayton, OH – 131 entries)


Eric Heinz and Kyle Autry ‘s American Pale Ale

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By Eric Heinz and Kyle Autry of Houston, Texas, winner of the Alamo City Cerveza Fest (San Antonio, Texas – 302 entries)


Justin Rawleigh’s American Pale Ale

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By Justin Rawleigh of Gilbert, Arizona, winner of the Arizona Spring Classic (Tempe, Arizona – 217 entries)


Benjamin Sharp’s American Pale Ale

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By Benjamin Sharp of Bendigo, Victoria, Australia, winner of Vicbrew (Melbourne, Australia – 437 entries)


Ricardo Fritzche’s American Pale Ale

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By Ricardo Fritzche of Austin, Texas, winner of the Lunar Rendezbrew 23 (Seabrook, Texas – 403 entries)


Trillium Brewing Company: Fort Point Pale Ale clone

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Trillium’s website describes this beer as, “Layers of hops-derived aromas and flavors of citrus zest and tropical fruit rest on a pleasing malt backbone. Dangerously drinkable with a dry finish and soft mouthfeel from wheat. Our year round hoppy pale ale culminates in a restrained bitterness and dry finish.”


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