Pale Ale is a light beer. Usually, people think of ale as a light-colored, top-fermented beverage with a minimal amount of carbon dioxide. But it is not so. The prefix “pale” in the name of the drink is used to distinguish its variety. Beers and ales are produced in Burton upon Trent. Dark porter or dark stout have a bronze color, and are considered lightened in relation to the applied concept of Pale.

Compared to the tart and bitter-tasting bitters, which are stored and transported in wooden barrels, pale ales are bottled and matured in the same bottles. This form of storage and fermentation gives the drink a spicy taste and improves its quality.

The beer is made from a special type of malt that gives the drink a beautiful bronze hue. The most common beers are brewed in Burton and Tadcaster.