Palm Belgian Amber Ale

Brewed by Brouwerij Palm NV

Belgian Pale Ale5.1% ABV

The “Spéciale Belge Ale” beer style is one of the better Belgian beers of the early 20th century. This smooth-drinking, amber-coloured, top-fermentation beer has a reasonable alcohol content.

Special PALM malts are responsible for its honey-like mellowness, and PALM’s own selected yeasts give it a fruity yeast aroma. Fine aroma hops from Kent afford a subtle harmony.

Characteristic features

Top fermentation – Amber-coloured – Spéciale Belge Ale
Recognised local product – 5.2% ABV

PALM amber-coloured malts

Unique amber-coloured malts determine the basic flavour of PALM: mild caramel flavours with a honey-like mellowness. The malting process adheres to PALM’s specific instructions, which aim for the natural caramelisation that gives the beer its specific flavour.


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