Used to “whip” grain and separate it from its husk, the Flail was a very common agricultural tool of the Middle Ages. Just like this tool has a long history, so does this style, The Belgian Pale Ale. Let this beer challenge your preconceived notions about the meaning of “Pale Ale”. This is not an American Pale Ale inoculated with Belgian yeast, but a style unto itself with little hop flavor, as tradition intends. The addition of coriander and orange peel, a common adjunct in light, Belgian ales, imparts a subtle spice complimenting the flavors from the Belgian yeast strain.