Golden Ale

Quick Sips: English Golden Ales are far more balanced than their cousins, IPA’s with far less bitterness. However, they still offer a moderately hoppy taste with some bitterness and almost none of the caramel tastes familiar in many beers. Very little maltiness. The finish skews towards dry.

As the name implies, the color is golden, often leaning towards straw.

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