Any beer from Maine Maine Beer Company is not easy to find. But if you keep your eyes peeled and you might see one somewhere. I saw this at my local fresh pasta shop, Pasta and Provisions. This beer is Mo Pale Ale, which comes in at 6%. ABV. This beer is made in Freeport, Maine. This pale ale uses Falconer’s Flight and Simcoe hops. This beer also uses American 2-Row, Carapils, Caramel 40L, and Red Wheat. This ale is brewed occasionally, according to The Maine Beer Company. This beer pours a deeper golden color with a two-finger white head. The beer’s aroma is oranges, orange peel, tangerines, and bitter. The flavor is hoppy, fruity with tangerine, oranges, orange peel, apricots, bitte notes, and dry. The mouthfeel is light/medium. Then this pale ale finishes with a dry bitter/hop note that is slightly fruity. Then you get an aftertaste that is fruity, dry, and bitter. This beer was good, just as the lady at the register said it was. I give Mo Pale Ale a B+. It was delicious. It was not too IPA like some craft pale ales sometimes can be. It has just enough fruity notes, with the right amount of bitt/hop notes. I highly recommend this Mo Pale Ale. Please stay safe, be kind to everyone, and remember to enjoy responsibly! Cheers!