Medium-bodied style made famous in England for its interplay between the malt character and apparent esters typical of great ales. The judicious addition of American hops during the boil and when dry hopping serves to kick the refreshment and aroma levels up a few notches. Try it with the flavorful tastes of Vietnamese, Mexican and Thai cuisines or hearty seafood dishes.
Hong Kong craft beer. Dry-hopped, traditional West Coast India Pale Ale with a freshness and balance that can only be found in a locally brewed beer. Its robust flavors sit on a rich base of malt, complimented by bracing bitterness and the lingering citrus and pine aromas of American Cascade hops. Made for big, bold dishes with lots of Szechuan peppers and the spice and heat of fiery curries, it also matches well with a sharp cheddar.
Hong Kong craft beer. Lightly roasted maltiness, an aromatic nose, fruity ester accents and a clear golden complexion make this a delicately balanced, dry ale carefully brewed with European malt and noble North American hop varieties. Gently dry hopped, this is an ideal session ale for any beer lover. Wonderful with the subtle flavors of local Cantonese dishes, grilled foods and pasta.
Hong Kong craft beer. Copperish hue, malt forward profile with a dash more hop character than a typical lager, this is a beer to be enjoyed on a fine summer’s day, which is practically any day in Hong Kong. Its crisp, refreshing finish will have you reaching for another one or two. A beer for pizza, burgers or even a bag of chips or crisps.