Pale Ales

Pale ales and session ales commonly get mixed in together as they tend to be a nice blend of malt and hops, session however, being lighter on both for extreme session-ability. India pale ales tend to not be everyone’s style being so bitter on the finish, these brews however perfectly balanced.  Paddy’s Barbecue and Brewery not only has great BBQ, but this summer session could keep you there for at least one more platter of smoked turkey, ribs and brisket with a side of coleslaw. 
Dave Gingrich

Best In Class

Paddy’s Barbecue and Brewery Summer Session

Alberta, Canada

6-pack cans and on-tap 

Judges Selection

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The Establishment Brewing Company Afternoon Delight

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$17-19 (4-pack cans) CSPC 818134           

Wild Rose High Harvest Strong Pale Ale  

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$17-19 (4-pack cans) CSPC 799730

OT Brewing Flagstick Hazy Pale Ale          

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$17-19 (4-pack cans) CSPC 820769

Annex Forward Progress Pale Ale             

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$16-18 (4-pack cans) CSPC 807102

Village Neighbour           

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$16-18 (6-pack bottles) CSPC 789739      

Trolley 5 A Hazy Shade New England Pale Ale      

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$14-17 (6 pack cans) CSPC 811644           

Evil Corporation – Profit & Loss (P&L) Pale Ale     

Alberta, Canada

$17-20 (4-pack cans) CSPC 819878           

Canmore Brewing Ten Peaks Pale Ale

Alberta, Canada

$16-18 (4-pack cans) CSPC 788568

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