Redchurch Bethnal Pale Ale
Redchurch Bethnal Pale Ale
Redchurch Bethnal Pale Ale
Redchurch Bethnal Pale Ale

Redchurch Bethnal Pale Ale

Regular price
£36.00
Sale price
£36.00
5.5% American Pale Ale (330ml Bottles)

This modern American style pale ale boasts big tropical fruit aromas produced by a big blend of American hops. A citrus zing on the front of the palate followed by tasty passion fruit notes. Medium body with a refreshing bitterness.

Description

Award-winning American style pale ale

As refreshing and interesting as a warm summers day spent on Bethnal Green! Or perhaps getting boozy on the beach! Bethnal Green, London was home to the original and much-loved Redchurch taproom. We have a great reputation in the area, and it is somewhere we hold close to our hearts.

Awards

GOLD
World Beer Awards 2020


GOLD
World Beer Awards 2019

Tasting Notes

This modern American style pale ale boasts big tropical fruit aromas produced by a big blend of American hops. A citrus zing on the front of the palate followed by tasty passion fruit notes. Medium body with a refreshing bitterness.

The Brew Sheet

  Style

American Pale Ale

  ABV

5.5%

  Hops

Chinook, Columbus, Mosaic, Simcoe

  Malts

Lager, Munich, Wheat, Acidulated

  Size

330ml

  Units of Alcohol

1.9

  Vegan

  Ingredients

Water, Malted Barley, Wheat, Hops, Yeast

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
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C.B.
No1 Bethnal

Bethnal is my overall go-to beer! I have tried alot of beers across alot of breweries. It has everything I like in a pale ale. Smooth, citrusy and easy to drink. Great with a BBQ in the Summer but I can easily drink all year round.

P
P.
Award winning for a reason!

My go to beer in the Redchurch range, which constantly delivers! This was my first ever order and I can't believe I haven't left a review to date. It's a hoppy pale ale , hence the american style, but it packs plenty of citrus bite. The sharpness is still pretty subtle in comparison to an IPA, however i find this beer refreshing without too much kick (abv). It's a beer for all seasons and I can't ever imagine running dry of this beer for too long:-)

A
A.G.
Great beer

What more can I say, it's just great beer!

C
C.S.
More Golden than Goose

I thought Goose Island IPA was my default beer but Redchurch have knocked that into second spot. Great tasting IPA which is nice an hoppy but not overdone to the point of being pot pourri in a glass! Enough city’s flavour and sweetness to keep it moreish but with a dollop of bitterness cutting through. Alcohol level puts this in the right bracket for a good few bottles but may be a bit high for a real session beer and I can’t wait to try this with BBQ meats in the summer.....it’ll be the ideal companion to sliced brisket, pulled pork or ribs. Love it and looking forward to trying the rest of Redchurch’s IPAs now.

A
A.B.
Very nice beer

If you like Pale Ales this is up there with the best. I have tried a few breweries and will definitely come back to this one again.

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
97%
(32)
0%
(0)
3%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
C
C.B.
No1 Bethnal

Bethnal is my overall go-to beer! I have tried alot of beers across alot of breweries. It has everything I like in a pale ale. Smooth, citrusy and easy to drink. Great with a BBQ in the Summer but I can easily drink all year round.

P
P.
Award winning for a reason!

My go to beer in the Redchurch range, which constantly delivers! This was my first ever order and I can't believe I haven't left a review to date. It's a hoppy pale ale , hence the american style, but it packs plenty of citrus bite. The sharpness is still pretty subtle in comparison to an IPA, however i find this beer refreshing without too much kick (abv). It's a beer for all seasons and I can't ever imagine running dry of this beer for too long:-)

A
A.G.
Great beer

What more can I say, it's just great beer!

C
C.S.
More Golden than Goose

I thought Goose Island IPA was my default beer but Redchurch have knocked that into second spot. Great tasting IPA which is nice an hoppy but not overdone to the point of being pot pourri in a glass! Enough city’s flavour and sweetness to keep it moreish but with a dollop of bitterness cutting through. Alcohol level puts this in the right bracket for a good few bottles but may be a bit high for a real session beer and I can’t wait to try this with BBQ meats in the summer.....it’ll be the ideal companion to sliced brisket, pulled pork or ribs. Love it and looking forward to trying the rest of Redchurch’s IPAs now.

A
A.B.
Very nice beer

If you like Pale Ales this is up there with the best. I have tried a few breweries and will definitely come back to this one again.