Britain’s brewing history runs deep, as do its rivers. The English Pale Ale style originated in the city of Burton-upon-Trent, known for its plentiful hard water. This gave their beers a distinct clarity and more pronounced hop bitterness than other beers throughout England. This style eventually gave birth to the popular American Pale Ale style that is known for its use of American hops, while the English style typically uses all British ingredients.
ABV - Alcohol/Volume | IBU - International Bittering Units