Derailed Pale Ale – Three Ranges Brewing

From the Village of Valemount’s Three Ranges Brewing comes their “Derailed Pale Ale”.  The beer pours a copper colour with an off white head.  The aroma is very malty with citrus and floral hops.  The flavour is of biscuit malts, earth, sweet citrus and some hops bitterness.  The alcohol content comes in at 5% with and IBU of 38.  I am a big fan of Pale Ale’s and this one is no different with all of the characteristics that you would want in a great beer.

Commercial Description:  Just as you’re picking up steam, a piece of paper can fly in the door and knock the track out from under you.  Silly, eh?  Not to be taken off course, we present the Derailed Pale Ale – the same great beer as Mile *50-1 with a new name.  A wonderfully hoppy pale ale with no more bitterness than before and the same beautiful aroma.  (*Do the math, because it’s the number we can’t legally use)

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