Pale lager is one of homebrewing’s toughest challenges, but with a few tweaks to my process I’ve gotten closer than ever before to replicating Europe’s best.
Dark beers are often heavy, but not so in the case of this supremely drinkable mild ale—balanced somewhere between a porter and an English brown in flavor, but as moreish as any lager. Another round, please.
The English pale mild doesn’t exist anymore in the wild, which means no one will mind me messing with it a bit.
Sometimes brews don’t work out the way you expect. But always taste before you dump!