Old Dominion Brewing Company - Dominion Pale Ale
- Alcohol by Volume: 5.60%
- Int’l Bittering Units (IBUs): 33
- Serving Temperature: 48-53° F
- Malts: 2-Row Pale, Munich, Caramel
- Hops: Willamette, Cascade, Tettnang, Columbus
Their tasty Dominion Pale Ale is fermented at 66°F and then conditioned for 2 to 3 weeks, resulting in an ale that possesses a rich, floral flavor profile that goes down creamy and smooth. You’ll notice its strong hop character in the aroma, flavor and finish as the complex blend of hops contribute to all three of these very important beer tasting components. Expect an aroma that is pine-driven and floral, with a sweet caramel malt background. The flavor profile begins with peppery hop bite which quickly slips toward a buttery smoothness and light caramel flavors that are sweet, but never cloying. There is a lager-like crispness that comes through in the finish, which is abundantly bitter, dry and long-lasting. This is a great beer to pair with steak, leg of lamb, or a flame grilled mushroom Swiss burger. Additionally, this, as well as the Oak Barrel Stout discussed above, are great cigar accompaniments; the pale will partner well with medium-bodied peppery cigars while the stout will go excellently with a robust, leathery maduro. Like cigars? Want to learn more about the world of beer and stogie pairings? Then check out our Premium Cigar of the Month Club at www.monthlyclubs.com.
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