Non- and low-alcoholic Pale Ale
Contrary to expectations, a non-alcoholic Pale Ale is not light in colour. When you pour it, you immediately see that the beer can be copper/bronze, dark gold or even amber in colour. However, the name comes from the early days of this beer style: around 1703, Pale Ale was the lightest beer that could be brewed at the time.
Pale Ale lends itself just like a pilsener for social occasions. A good pale ale is approachable, light and hoppy and less pronounced than a IPA.