Miami Vice tasting notes
Ugly Duck Miami Vice is a pale ale to be drunk under the sun of good times and careless days. Pours with a hazy light brown color and a large, creamy, long lasting white head. Aroma of wet hops, exotic fruits—peach, mango—,grass and a hint of pine. Smells really fresh and inviting. Lots of flavor. Hoppy fruity medium to strong. Bitterness is above medium, and it is fruity rather than malty sweetness which provides the ballance. A little marmalade sweet and bitterness as you near the finish. A good refreshing pale ale.
American Pale Ale (APA) is a refreshing and hoppy, ale, with enough supporting malts to guarantee drinkability. ABV ranges between 4.5 and 6,2 ABV, and bitterness goes from 30 to 50 IBUs. Hops can range from traditional to modern American hops. Appearance is pale to light amber, and flavours and aromas are hoppy with floral and fruity notes. It is lighter and cleaner than English Pale Ales, and more accesible that modern day American IPA's.