A very palatable pale


Pale ales, like most beers, can either be really good, or just a poor representation of what should be an approachable, sessionable, delicious staple for any brewery.

Thankfully, Exit Brewery can pat itself on the back with its version, as it embodies everything that’s right with a pale ale. It delights the palate with plenty of citrus and tropical hues while not being overly bold or complicated. Like a few other pale ales we’ve reviewed on ManSpace, it’s the kind of craft brew you give to a mate who is deciding whether or not to take the leap into the wonderful world of craft.

A lovely amber in colour, when poured from the can I was impressed with the frothy head and balance of hops and malt.

The only downfall was wanting more when I only had one can on hand.


About Author

Justin Felix

Editor of ManSpace magazine, Justin Felix has a thing for outdoor adventures, craft beers, fishing and typewriters.


Name: Justin ‘hop tart’ Felix
Beer experience: Super welterweight
Style preference: IPA and pale ales
Beers I avoid: Anything that doesn’t deliver a punch of flavour. Smack me in the face with it.
Beer philosophy: It’s about quality, not quantity... but I’ll happily try as many as it takes to find what I’m looking for.

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