We've already touched upon the Beaches' founders decision to go against the grain when it came to the naming of one of the core beers with which they launched, the Hazy Lager. And you can make a similar case with their core range pale. There's a reason lagers have been referred to in some quarters as "crispy bois" yet here the "crisp" tag is applied to a pale ale.
It still comes with a little haze, albeit not as much as its stablemate, and certainly warrants the "crisp" moniker, courtesy of the cracker like malts and dry as much as bitter finish. Again, it keeps things on the easy-going side: you're not going to crack a can and be knocked sideways by an explosion of tropi-citrus fruit salad shenanignans; rather it's a little fruity, a little sweet, a little bit bitter, and with little in the way to stop it disappearing in a hurry.
- Pale Ale