Maker: Keweenaw Brewing Company, South Range, Michigan, USA
Style: American Pale Ale
ABV: ??% (not particularly high)
Appearance: Old gold with a foamy head.
Nose: Hops, sweet hay, lemongrass.
On the palate: Medium bodied. Sweet Woodruff, malt, Meyer lemon.
Finish: Slightly citric and mild, then a big hit of hoppy bitterness on the back end.
Parting words: Keweenaw rarely disappoints, and November Gale is no disappointment. It doesn’t do a lot to distinguish itself from its heavy competition other than coming in a can. The citrus notes and slight grassiness make it a great summertime pale ale; more of a summer zephyr than a November Gale. Like most standard Pale Ales, it is also food friendly. November Gale Pale Ale is recommended.
2 thoughts on “November Gale Pale Ale”
How about including prices in your beer reviews or a perhaps a ballpark idea for retail? That is good to know information before I head out to the local beer monger.
That’s a good idea. I originally intended to do that for everything I reviewed, but I got lazy about that. As for one, a six-pack of 12 oz cans was $8 IIRC.