RATSHERRN Pale Ale
Intensive hop-aromatic and bitter, top-fermented beer
Bitterness Units 40 BE
Pale ale, as the name suggests, is an original, quintessential English invention of the 17th century. The pale ale brewed by the London brewer, Hodgson, achieved early fame as early as 1750. Naturally, this type of beer found its way into Hamburg through English sailors and the port. Open to the world, as the citizens of Hamburg happen to be, it soon proved very popular. The Hamburg brewery Deetjen & Schröder recognized the signs of the times and specialized in the production of mostly English beers. Incidentally, parts of the building complex of the brewery are still preserved today.
Hops from the American Pacific coast and typical ale malts produce a Ratsherrn Pale Ale with a wonderfully malty aroma, reminiscent of dry berries and fresh citrus fruit.
Enjoy as an aperitif in curved glasses. The intense hop-aromatic and bitter “Vollbier” (beer with high original wort) is excellent accompaniment for highly seasoned salads, spicy soups, Asian dishes, as well as steaks and venison. Fruity sweet desserts, blue-veined cheese, Stilton or mountain cheese taste just as good with pale ale.