International Bitterness Units :
Richness : ★★★
Sharpness : ★★★
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American Style Pale Ale
This beer expertly blends together 3 types of hops for a delightful aroma, reminiscent of freshly squeezed grapefruit juice. Subtle malt richness and sweetness provide a pleasant flavour, enveloped in a gentle bitterness. Its clean mouth feel and refreshing aftertaste are sure to please. Its achievements are noteworthy, with two consecutive golds at the International Brewing Award, the longest running international beer competition and one of the most prestigious and authoritative.
The rich aroma of 3 types of hops is combined with the richness and umami of malt.
A gorgeous citrus scent reminiscent of fresh grapefruit juice spreads.
It has just the right amount of richness and sweetness, and a clean mouth feel.
The malt flavor is gently wrapped in a gentle bitterness, and you can enjoy the refreshing aftertaste.
A skilled brewer brings out the best quality aroma hops.
The raw material hops, which determine the taste of pale ale, are agricultural products, so the quality of the aroma and the way it appears depends on the year of harvest. While controlling this Blur, we are constantly making fine adjustments, focusing on how to beautifully put on the refreshing and rich aroma of North American hops and how to bring out the high-quality bitterness cleanly.
Aromatic flavor and fruity aroma. It is a beer with a good balance of drinkability and drinkability.
In order to support the character of high-quality aroma hops, it has a good body and a smooth mouthfeel, so it is also appreciated as a beer that is easy to drink and has a good balance.
Consecutive Oscar winners in the beer world!
Japanese beer breweries first ever achievement!
At the International Brewing Award, which has the longest history among many international competitions and is called the Oscar of the beer world due to its prestige and authority, Ise Kadoya Beer's "PALE ALE" won two gold prizes. Awarded in consecutive competitions. This was the first achievement of its kind in Japan.