Sail & Anchor Pale Ale

The Sail & Anchor Pale Ale is an American-style ale that draws its inspiration from the hoppy beers that kick-started the American and subsequent global craft beer movement. This fruity and refreshing pale ale has a blend of American hops that burst with pine and citrus notes and a tingling bitter aftertaste.

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