Loaded with classic American hops, imparting tangerine and grapefruit flavours over a caramel malt body.
Widely used in brewing during the Middle Ages and finding favour again in modern beer styles, rye adds a dry spicy character to this delicious ruby ale.
Est. 2006Brewed in the North Pennines: Englands last wilderness
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Pennine Pale was awarded best Session IPA in the UK.
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