Ale is a type of beer brewed from malted barley using a warm-fermentation with a strain of brewers' yeast. The yeast will ferment the beer quickly, giving it a sweet, full bodied and fruity taste. Most ales contain hops, which help preserve the beer and impart a bitter herbal flavour that balances the sweetness of the malt.

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Famous quotes containing the word ale:

    Back and side go bare, go bare,
    Both foot and hand go cold;
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    Whether it be new or old!
    William Stevenson (1530?–1575)

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    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

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    William Stevenson (1530?–1575)