Pale Ale


Pale Ale traditionally has its roots in England, and is a more elegant version of the typically British top-fermented bitter.


What makes the vanilla-colored Palor so special is a never-before-used variety of hops called Polaris. Along with Cascade – a hops variety favored among craft brewers – it lends Palor an exceptionally refreshing flavor.

tasting notes:

Vanilla-colored with a good head. Extremely fresh scent with notes of mountain blossoms and pine honey. A dry taste with a slightly frothy character. Versatile, with hints of wild berries and mirabelle set against a distinct freshness. Expect a tangy finish.

bitter note moderate
alcohol content 5.2% ABV
sour note subtle
lightness/color vanilla
head good


Mountain blossoms, mint and mirabelle


Pale Ale

Serving Temperature

6-8 °C


Water, malted barley (pale ale malt, Pilsner malt, crystal malt), hops (Polaris, Cascade)

Goes With

· Saltimbocca alla romana · Bavarian white sausage · Spare ribs · Spaghetti with green pesto · Wild herb salad with green pesto· Tafelspitz with green sauce · Honey-fried poultry


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