Sauce have called this beer Pale Ale. It’s to the point so to rip off Crafty writer Mick Wüst I will be too. It’s a gold colour you might associate with beer. The aroma is brimming with hops, an important ingredient in the brewing of beer. It’s an aroma that ends up jumping senses during your first sip and makes you abandon your plans to write with brevity.
It’s easy to see why Pale Ale was formerly known as Hop Sauce. Brewed in the American pale ale style, it boasts a bountiful hop profile courtesy of a custom (and possibly top secret) blend of US, NZ and Australian hops. The subtle notes of citrus are chased away with a mild bitterness which linger lightly, shining a light on the refreshing carbonation. At 4.5 percent ABV, it’s easy to knock back and, with a taste like this you’re going to want to, especially in the sunny Sauce beer garden on Sparky’s Jerked Chicken food truck day.
Published March 17, 2023 2023-03-17 00:00:00