American Pale Ale

Big Mountain

Pouring clear and light copper in color, Big Mountain Pale has three domestic malt varieties providing firm footing for the distinct flavor and aroma of dry-hopped Simcoe and Mosaic. Notes of Asian pear, pine, and lemon in the aroma are answered by the toasted nut, biscuit and toffee malt. The crisp flavor is distinct from the aroma, with pleasantly strong herbal notes and hints of complex tropical fruit.

JP's A Cappella Gluten-free Pale Ale

JP’s A Cappella Gluten-free Pale Ale is brewed with sorghum and Cascade hops. The flavor profile is similar to that of traditional pale ale, but the sorghum provides a distinctly different mouthfeel to the brew. There are a number of gluten-free lagers on the market, but few gluten-free ales, and Stevens Point Brewery offers something different with this new gluten-free pale ale.

Cut Throat

Finch's Cut Throat Pale Ale has a fresh and hoppy taste with just enough supporting malt. The citrus hop character balanced with a malty backbone creates a "delicious, accessible pale ale that is sure to satisfy with every sip."

Rounder Pale Ale

Blue Moon's Rounder Pale Ale is crafted with hibiscus and orange peel for a hint of spiciness and touch of wheat for a smoother, rounder taste. The brew has a a brilliant amber color with a thick, creamy, white head, and finishes with a hint of hops and a slight citrus and floral taste.

Jack Savage

Jack Savage is brewed with all American hops of Cascade, Columbus, Cluster, and Chinook, making the brew "a good time—gone great." According to Big Wood, "chances are good you know someone just like Jack Savage. If you want to hear a good fish story, or need somebody to run the barbecue, you bet he's your man."

Midwestern Pale Ale

Brewed with barley from a farm in central Michigan, Midwestern Pale Ale stands apart from the model of completely hop-dominated pale ales, offering a noticeable degree of malt body to counter the hop bitterness. A blend of floral and herbal hop notes provide the aromatic and flavor highlights, alongside the distinctive contribution of Bell's house ale yeast.

Sentinel Rye

The Sentinel Rye brew, one of the few "Rough Drafts" to be exported, focuses palates toward several classic, new, and even experimental hop types in convert with loamy and peppery flavors of malted rye. Summit and Magnum hops lend a sturdy hop backbone to this deep bronze-colored beer, while the new Calypso hops add bright fruit characters.

Freeride APA

American Pale Ale, arguably the style that triggered the craft beer movement in the United States, showcases the floral, fruity, and citrusy aroma and flavors of Pacific Northwest hops in balance with a medium malt body. The Alaskan Freeride APA features a lush, green, almost tropical hop aroma paired with the unique taste combination of these three, distinctive hop varieties, making it both full in flavor and crisply thirst-quenching. 

Cascade Pale Ale

Point Cascade Pale Ale is handcrafted combining special top-fermenting yeast and a dry hopping process to create this truly classic American Pale Ale. The intriguing character is derived from generous quantities of the choicest Yakima Valley Cascade hops and the finest crystal, 2-row pale, and Munich malts. The result is a delicious American Pale Ale with a signature fragrant hop bouquet and soft malt palate.

Stone Tepee Pale Ale

Stone Tepee Pale Ale is brewed in the tradition of an American pale ale. This beer celebrates the American hop, with its characteristic bitterness, flavor and aroma.