British pronunciation/ˈe‍ɪl/
American pronunciation/ˈeɪɫ/

a type of beer that is dark in color and does not contain bubbles

What is "ale"?


Ale is a type of beer that is brewed using a warm fermentation process, typically around 15-25°C, and is characterized by its fruity, robust flavor and aroma. Ales are brewed using a type of yeast that ferments at warmer temperatures and produces more complex flavors than the yeast used for lagers. The brewing process for ales typically involves a shorter fermentation period and a period of warm storage, which allows the beer to develop its characteristic fruitiness and complexity. Ales can be made with a variety of grains, including barley, wheat, and rye, and may be flavored with hops or other ingredients to create different styles and flavors. Some of the most popular styles of ale include pale ale, which is a light, hoppy beer with a crisp taste, and stout, which is a dark, rich beer that is often flavored with coffee or chocolate.

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