Lowlander Beer Pale Ale

Pale Ale

 STORY

Round of kolf anyone?

The early Dutch settlers in new Amsterdam now known as new york didn’t just bring their advanced brewing skills. They also brought ‘kolf’ with them – a ferocious precursor to the civilised game of today. Eventually, it was banned on account of the damage it caused to windows, limbs and pride. Luckily, there was ale for consolation.
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INSPIRATION

We envisaged a beer so refreshing and zesty as a lemon drizzle cake. With our love for citrus we wanted to show that life can give you more than lemons or lemonaid.

RECOGNITION

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BRIGHT AND FRESH CITRUS WITH A LIGHT & ZESTY FINISH

Lowlander Pale Ale flavour

BREWED WITH

Blood orange
A distinct citrus- sweet flavour with a hint of raspberry. More bitter and less acidic than you’re your average orange, the blood orange peel gives our pale ale that little kick. 

Grapefruit
Grapefruit adds a mild tangy tropical sweetness and slight bitterness to our pale ale and makes it a crisp and highly sessionable beer.

Sumac
Native to the new amsterdam area sumac is a must have botanical in our pale ale. This exotic spice has a citrusy, well-balanced tartness that gives our pale ale an extra layer of flavour.

KEY FACTS

4,5% alcohol
40 EBU
13 EBC

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BREWED WITH BLOOD ORANGE, GRAPEFRUIT & SUMAC

FOOD PAIRING

The Lowlander approach to beer and food pairing is simple: beer is even better with food and food is even better with beer.

The zesty citrus flavour with a malty finish of our Pale Ale perfectly pairs spicy Asian dishes. But also grilled or fried gourmet fast food is a good choice; the elevated carbonation levels, alcohol content and citrusy flavours cleanse the palate.

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