Belgian Pale Ales first came into their own during World War 2, when Belgian brewers adapted
traditional amber ales to be more like English ales. This was done to give the British soldiers who liberated Belgium a taste of home.

Liberator Pale Ale uses seven malts, earthy English hops and a lively Belgian yeast – for a smooth, malty, yeast-forward pale ale.

Liberator is very food-friendly or excellent on its own as a dry, crisp session beer.

Liberate yourself today!

APPEARANCE: Light amber, clear, off-white head

ABV: 5.2%

IBUs: 31


FOOD PAIRINGS: Burgers, pizza, sandwiches, poultry, pork, English and Belgian cheeses