|Malts||2-Row, Carafoam, Caramel|
|Hops||Cascade, Chinook, Summit|
The fathers of our nation were very fond of a good tankard of ale. Dozens of Philadelphia breweries lubricated the minds of the Age of Reason toward an egalitarian philosophy, a rational government, and enlightened experiments in science. But things weren’t perfect by any means—the Liberty Bell had to wait out the British occupation of Philadelphia by hiding in Allentown, and poor Mr. Franklin had to routinely wait out beautiful weather to “wet the kite twine so that it can conduct the electric fire freely.” Alas, let us raise a pint, and hope it is Always Sunny…wherever you are.
American Pale Ale, as a style, is the American interpretation of a classic English-style ale. On this side of the pond, hop characteristics outshine the maltiness found in their British cousins, and become hoppier still as you travel west. Always Sunny Pale Ale is a west coast style Pale Ale that has a solid hop bitterness, and a distinctive piney-grapefruit flavor, with just a touch of malt presence to balance the flavors out. And, at 5.2% ABV, it’s an easy drinking beer you don’t want to miss.
Serve in a Pint Glass. Pairs great with salads, poultry dishes, corned beef, and bright cheeses like Asiago, Parmesan, and Feta. Great with cookies and pies.
Always Sunny! Pours clear and bright, with an aroma loaded with bright hops, biscuit grains and grapefruit. Flavors shine with hoppy grapefruit and pine resin. A light body finishes crisp and dry with solid hop bitterness.