X Pale from AleSmith Brewing

X Pale

By: AleSmith Brewing

Product Description: Discover AleSmith's Most Session-able Brew… The perfect beer for a hot summer day. Pairs well with any food. A top-notch example of the APA Style.

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  • Size: 22 oz Bottle
  • Type: APA / American Pale Ale
  • Alcohol Content: 5.25% ABV
  • Region: San Diego, California
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Tasting Notes: X pours yellowish and clear, with a huge head. The aroma is of citrus and a subtle honey-like quality. The taste is like grapefruit, but without any harsh bitterness. There is no trace of alcohol, which leads to a crisp and smooth finish. It's mouthwatering, light, soft and creamy. X is truly refreshing. Overall it's a rewarding experience to enjoy. Truly an anytime brew!

What's on the bottle...

This refreshing, light-golden extra pale ale embodies drinkablility. AleSmith X pushes the limits by offering a level of flavor not often found in this classic style. Fresh American Hops are abundant but carefully balanced by a light, crisp body and smooth bitterness. Notes of citrus and pine combine with a delicate malt sweetness to create a flavorful drinking experience.

AleSmith X is hoppy enough to cut through rich foods like burgers and pub fare but light enough in body and alcohol to not overwhelm soups and salads. This beer pairs well with Brie, Farmhouse Cheddar, and many Goat Milk Cheeses.

More from the brewer

AleSmith X is our refreshing Extra Pale Ale. Pale Yellow color, bright white head. Aroma of fresh hops with notes of citrus and pine. Light bodied, smooth on the palate, with a dry finish and superb aftertaste. Storage: Store in a cool dark place and drink as fresh as possible.

Awards: Multi Award winner, including Silver at the California State Fair, and People's Choice at the San Diego Real Ale Festival.

Serving Tips: Serve in a pint at 45 to 50 degrees.

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