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Gold World Beer Championships (Chicago) 2008.
Silver Canadian Brewing Awards 2006.
Advances in malting techniques made possible paler coloured malts and heralded the arrival of Pale Ales onto the brewing scene in the 1800s in Britain. The most famous Pale Ale brewers came from Burton, where the hard water perfectly suited this new style of beer. Propeller “Burtonizes” its water to emulate this famous style. Crisp, hoppy and dry, Propeller Pale Ale is a delightful interpretation of a classic British brew.
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Hops- Warrior, Cascade
|Glass Type:||Pint Glass, American Shaker, or Mug (Seidel)|
|Temperature:||Cellar at 35-40 F; Serve at 40-45 F|