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2006 Brewers Association Style Guidelines

Major Style:Ale
Sub-Style Name:Belgian-Style Pale Ale
Origin:Belgian and French
Description:Belgian-style pale ales are characterized by low, but noticeable, hop bitterness, flavor, and aroma. Light to medium body and low malt aroma are typical. They are golden to deep amber in color. Noble-type hops are commonly used. Low to medium fruity esters are evident in aroma and flavor. Low levels of phenolic spiciness from yeast byproducts may be perceived. Low caramel or toasted malt flavor is okay. Diacetyl should not be perceived. Chill haze is allowable at cold temperatures.
Alcohol By Weight (by Volume):3.2-5.0% (4.0-6.0%)
Colour:3.5-12 (7-24 EBC)
Original Gravity:1.044-1.054 (11-13.5 šPlato)
Final Gravity:1.008-1.014 (2-3.5 šPlato)

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