ale

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  • Info Ale is a type of beer brewed from malted barley using a warm fermentation with a strain of brewers' yeast. more...
  • In honour of the new album, the band developed a new ale named after the album.
  • He then threw the ale into the sea, in a ceremony performed at night.
  • I know all about your seeing about the horses and your ginger-ales. Cited from Children of the Bush, by Henry Lawson
  • We were set down in a cold ale-house in a dirty little village.
  • Despite an overall drop in beer sales, real ale has increased its market share.
  • Every year since the Ale has been held at the end of May or in early June.
  • The town has a growing reputation as offering an "all year real ale festival".
  • The building started life as an ale house being close to a church where people came to pay their tithes.
  • The station has a real-ale bar housed in the former ladies' waiting room.
  • Ale should only be re-racked immediately before delivery to the point of service.
  • The brown ales of this period were considerably stronger than most modern English versions.
  • New ales for events are always being developed.
  • Some days later they discovered that it had transformed into a drinkable light ale.
  • As well as delivering ale, the horses also compete in shows and events throughout the country.
  • In some cases old ale was a blend of young and old.
  • This is one of the most difficult rail ale trail pubs to visit as it has very limited opening hours.
  • Early ALE systems were developed in the late 1970s and early 1980s by several radio manufacturers.
  • He brewed an ale which became popular, and eventually took up brewing full-time.
  • Originally developed to support military requirements, ALE is useful to many organizations who find themselves managing widely-located units.
  • To control the quality of ale sold, Frederic began to purchase public houses.
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Synonyms of ale

Meaning of ale

  • noun A general name for beer made with a top fermenting yeast; in some of the united states an ale is (by law) a brew of more than 4% alcohol by volume