By James Atkinson

A Belgian-style Pale Ale has become the third permanent beer in the White Rabbit range.

Now available nationally on tap and in pack, the beer reflects White Rabbit’s imaginative history of mixing old world brewing techniques with new world thinking to deliver a unique craft beer experience, the brewer said. 

“We’ve used a classic Belgian yeast strain to give the beer an air of mystery while producing a beautiful balance of delicate fruit esters and subtle spicy notes,” said head brewer, Jeremy Halse.

“We’ve also used truckloads of aromatic hop flowers in our hop-back giving our ale some of that ‘new world’ character and complexity we all love. Combined with a blend of specialty malts, our beer delivers a distinctive punch.”

White Rabbit Belgian style Pale Ale joins White Rabbit White Ale and White Rabbit Dark Ale in the label's core range.

Lion head of craft Brett Grebert told TheShout late last year that some experimental brews were on the cards for the brand.

“We think there’s a real opportunity for White Rabbit to start producing some unique and interesting beers for the small bar channel,” he said.

The Shout Team

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