Perhaps the most widely brewed American style ale. Moderately strong hop aroma and bitterness. Pale ale malt base provides deep gold, almost amber, color and medium-bodied mouthfeel.
Yield: Approximately 5 Gallons/ 19 Liters (50 x 355mL beers)
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