RATINGS: 2689   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.7/5   EST. CALORIES: 195   ABV: 6.5%
Brewed with hefty amounts of European malts and four kinds of American hops, it delivers a blast of hop aromas, a rich middle of malt and hops, and a thrilling finish. It weighs in at 6.5 % alcohol by volume.

Why squeeze such a big brew into a little can?

Because we think fun in the great outdoors calls for great beer. Our cans go where bottled beers can’t, where flavorless canned beers don’t belong. And no matter where you drink Dale’s Pale Ale, our can protect it from light and oxidation far better than bottles do.

Northern Brewer for bittering, Cascade and Columbus for flavor, and a big, post-boil addition of Centennial for aroma.

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dankman (257) - Somewhere in, Ohio, USA - JUL 14, 2009
I will make this rating as short and sweet as possible. This beer is one of the best balanced pale ales available today; well balanced, easy drinking and, available in cans. My only complaint is that it isn’t available locally.

TEJA (3260) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - JUL 14, 2009
Small head. Red amber color. Small aroma with some woody hop aroma. well balanced caramell malt with biterness and a medium body.

mesperon (205) - Hillsdale, New Jersey, USA - JUL 13, 2009
UPDATED: OCT 3, 2009 Clear copper with thin head, litle bit of lace. Faint aroma of pilsner malt, not much hops. Very woodsy, somewhat grassy hop taste, woodsy biterness lasts on the top of the tongue. Re-rate 10-3-09 What the hell was I thinking. This beer is fabulous. Woddy character complements the heavy hops very well. Smells just like it tastes with heavy piney and resiny hops, caramel, woody notes. The can really keeps the hop taste fresh. I have to admit it’s hard to get over the fact that it’s in a can, even though I know it’s better than a bottle. I always have low expectations pouring something out of a can.

mattvervack (28) - Atlanta, Georgia, USA - JUL 11, 2009
I drink this in the can version and think its super, but this rating is for the draught version. Had it after trying an overhopped beer so was concerned that my tongue wouldn’t be able to taste it. Compared it with 2 other pale ales on the table. This one really stood out, tasting exactly like a pale ale should, malt and hops balanced, very high drinkability that left you wanting more. My only complaint really is that the alcohol is too high, this is something you can drink alot of and that could lead to trouble!

hophead21112 (218) - Louisville, Colorado, USA - JUL 10, 2009
Canned on 5/27/09. Clear copper pour with a creamy two-finger slightly off-white head, great retention and decorative lace. Sweet, spicy, and floral aromas with slight grain. Flavor starts off with caramel sweetness and leads to the hoppy bitterness. Citrus and grain. Alcohol is undetectable. Medium body with moderate carbonation. My go-to camping beer for sure!

Birdiebeagle (958) - Perkasie, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 9, 2009
Can Pours a cloudy-clear amber with a good frothy off white head. The head lasts well, and laces pretty good. Has a good aroma of hops, citrus, oranges, and some dough. Has a good carbonation. The mouthfeel is excellent. The flavor is real good. A nice balance, not too sweet or too hoppy. In my mind this is what a pale ale is. Has a medium body. Good ABV but you can’t really tell. Has an oily texture. A good finish with an enjoyable aftertaste. This is a good beer and the fact that you can get it in cans makes it a summer staple.

bblack99 (527) - Kansas City, Missouri, USA - JUL 6, 2009
12oz can pours a clear amber with a thin white head that persists as a thin stripe for quite a while. Doughy aroma is strong and combines with the hops for a pleasant nose. Initial blast of flavor is almost skunky, but levels out with better hoppy flavors of Cascade and Columbus and finishes well. I’m not familiar with the Northern Brewer, but perhaps it’s their flavor that throws things off for me. Best beer I’ve had in a can, for sure.

fata2683 (2202) - Tucson, Arizona, USA - JUL 5, 2009
can, pours light amber with a thin to medium off white head. Aroma is full of a doughy malt and hops with some notes of candied apple. Light malt body with some sweetness that is quickly interupted by a super fresh hop bitterness. Cascade is there for sure, but it’s got a peppery hop presence that is nice as well. This is solid and packed with flavor.

GT (10017) - San Diego, California, USA - JUL 4, 2009
12 oz Can. Pours a clear, deep amber with a one finger, tan, rocky head that has great retention and leaves spotty lacing. Aroma is caramel malt, maple syrup, raw hops cones. Taste is a little cardboardy with a giant wallop of piney hops and not too much malt backing- verging on unbalanced. Very long, bitter finish. Best pale ale I’ve tried save for All Other Pale. 6.5% is well hidden but makes itself apparent after a little while. Definitely a serious pale ale. Highly recommended.

DJMonarch (9179) - Northwich, Cheshire, ENGLAND - JUL 3, 2009
UPDATED: AUG 21, 2009 1. On Tap at the Oskar Blues Grill & Brew, Lyons 10/10/2007 Strong hop and fruit aromas. Amber coloured strong in alcohol hoppy and fruity with a crisp bitter finish. 2. From the Can at the Oskar Blues Brewery, Longmont 08/10/2008 Hoppy aroma. Golden coloured and hoppy with a little dryness in a crisp and bitter malt finish.

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