Born in England many centuries ago, ales are what is known as "top fermented". This means the yeast works at warmer temperatures and they ferment fairly quickly. The result is a wider variety of flavours and aromas compared to lagers, ranging from sweet and fruity to dry and citrus-like. That explains why there are many more derivatives of ale than lager. Ales cover a great range of styles, from refreshing "Summer Ales" to Stouts and Dark Ales.Country of Origin: England.
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