Rogue Juniper Pale Ale
The aforementioned is a very pale pale ale (3.2 L). According to the bottle, it's 13 degrees Plato, 77 AA, and 34 IBU. That would make it about 5.3% a.b.v., by my calculations. Ingredients: Northwest Harrington, Crystal, Triumph, Maier Munich, C-15; Styrians and Amarillos and juniper berries.
I think it's great, overall. Aromatically, you get a general whiff of hops, nothing too overbearing, underlain by an earthy pepperiness I take to be the juniper berries. There's an elegant, supple malt character (moderate malty depth from, I guess, the Munich and Crystal 15). The juniper effect kicks in most dramatically in the finish, which is really pretty distinctive. I have some juniper berries kicking around and that's definitely the earth/pepper thing.
So, sometime when I get sick of brewing basic pale ales or IPA's, this'd be a pleasant experiment, brewing a nice malty pale and spiking it with the ginny goodness of juniper...