Pale Ale


Germans go American

With notes of hoppy citrus and malty caramel, our Maisel & Friends Pale Ale is both complex and super sessionable.

True to its American stylistic roots, this fresh and fruity pale ale is packed full of hoppy goodness.

Hops Galore

Hops, hops, and more hops. Want a pale ale that packs a punch? We’ve got it! We tossed some bitterly-strong herkules into the boil and used the rest (4 others) for dry hopping to give you a poundable beer with tons of flavor.

Pale Ale Craftbeer 0,33

Aroma hop flavor profiles

Amarillo: peach, grapefruit, apricots, and melon
Chinook: elderberry, litchi, and red berries

Citra: citrus notes of lemon and lime
Simcoe: passion fruit, mango, and papaya

Our Pale Ale glass recommendation

For our lighter, more sessionable beers (5.5%-6.5% abv), there is really no better glass than our Maisel & Friends pint glass.

Our Pale Ale is no different.
Sturdy and stemless, our pint glass is one you could easily affix to your hand and keep it there all night. The large mouth of the glass allows for easy drinking and the heavy shaker-style ensures you can cheers your friends all night without any unwanted breakage.
Don’t have an original Maisel & Friends pint glass at home? No problem! Any traditional pint glass will do!

Maisel & Friends Pale Ale Hops

Drinking Temperature

The Maisel & Friends Pale Ale is best enjoyed at 6°C or 43°F.

Pairing recommendations for our Pale Ale

Choose light dishes, like pasta with shellfish, fruit sorbets, fish, or mild cheeses

pale ale aroma
Original Gravity
12,3 °P
ABV 5,2 % vol
Bitterness 32 IBU
Fermentation top fermented
Ingredients Water, barley malt, hops, yeast
Hops Herkules, Chinook, Amarillo, Simcoe, Citra
Malts Our own Pale Ale combination
Yeast American Ale yeast