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ç Back to Styles Cream Ale 6 Beer(s) in this Style

A mild, pale, light-bodied ale, made using a warm fermentation (top or bottom) and cold lagering or by blending top and bottom-fermented beers. Low to medium bitterness. Low hop flavor and aroma.

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    Anderson Valley Chai Solstice

    A variation of our classic Solstice ales. Additions of cardamom, star anise, and vanilla create a mélange of sweetness and complexity; while orange peel, ginger, black pepper add a zesty freshness and a touch of spicy heat. 6.9% ABV.

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    Cape May Ties the Room Together

    Collaboration with Left Hand. A White Russian-inspired cream ale with coffee beans, cocoa nibs, lactose, and vanilla. 8.5% ABV.

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    Manayunk Cream Ale

    Manayunk Cream Ale is our version of the light-bodied, slightly dry and well-attenuated style that has been a staple for manay breweries since the mid-1800s. Despite the name, there are no dairy products used in the brewing process and in...

  • 3 Bars
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    Neshaminy Creek Croydon Cream Ale

    Often called your typical American lawnmower beer, cream ales are not unlike their light lager cousin.  Brewed with two and six row continental barley, flaked maize, a touch of Munich malt, and of course, sugar, our Cream Ale is light, r...

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    Saint Benjamin Bicentennial Cream Ale

    Easy drinking, smooth, refreshing & well balanced. 4.3% ABV.

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    Sixpoint Sweet Action

    Marriage of barley and hops in a harmonious balance. Sweet is from the barley malt, the sugar that coats your tongue like honey and reminds you of the sweet, relaxed side of life. Action is from the hops, the herb that brushes your pala...