Healdsburg Brewing Company - Wild Horse Pale Ale

Healdsburg Brewing Company - Wild Horse Pale Ale

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Healdsburg Brewing Company - Wild Horse Pale Ale

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    45-50° F
Wild Horse Pale Ale is a rather complex California Pale Ale brewed with a combination of Two Row Pale, Munich, Caravienne and Wheat malts. Northern Brewer and Centennial hops are used up front for their bittering characteristics while a serious dose of Cascade hops are added towards the end of the boil primarily for their aromatic contributions. The use of costly Bavarian Caravienne malts differentiates this Pale Ale from other domestic beers in the same category.
Immediately look for an intense and very pleasant floral and fruity hop nose up front. Note nice head retention in this filtered, copper, medium-bodied beer. Healdsburg’s Pale Ale starts with a rich caramel flavor, moves into a well-balanced floral hop character towards the middle and finishes on a dry medium-bitter note. Overall, a big and flavorful interpretation of an American Pale Ale.
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