Samuel Adams Crystal Pale Ale

This crisp pale ale is named after Crystal hops grown in Oregon, which give the beer its distinctive American hop character.

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Description

Samuel Adams Crystal Pale Ale

This crisp pale ale is named after Crystal hops grown in Oregon, which give the beer its distinctive American hop character. That classic aroma and citrusy, floral flavor that the Crystal hops provide is accented by the subtle earthiness of UK hops and balanced by a deep yet subtle malt sweetness with notes of toffee.

HOP VARIETIES
Crystal, East Kent Goldings, and Fuggles
MALT VARIETIES
Samuel Adams two-row pale malt blend, Maris Otter, and Honey Malt
YEAST STRAIN
Samuel Adams ale yeast
COLOR
Golden, amber/ 10SRM
ALC. BY VOL/WT
5.3% ABV – 4.2% ABW
IBUs
35
CAL PER SERVING
161
AVAILABILITY
Limited Seasonal

Samuel Adams Crystal Pale Ale

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