I’m admittedly not a big fan of “summer” beers. Ales and lagers that are part of a summer beer program are usually over-the-top with citrus flavoring and other adjuncts.  The malt profile in these beers, whether it wheat or pale malt, often leave a funky aftertaste. I’d much rather reach for a Belgian or domestic wheat beer for hot-weather drinking — but, I am always in the market for a crisp sipper that has a clean finish and complements outdoor activities.  As I find beers that fit into the “session beer” category over the warmer months, I’ll review them for your beachside pleasure as part of “The Summer Session.” The latest ale that strikes me as befitting for a spring/summer afternoon is the Bronx Pale Ale from The Bronx Brewery. This ale gained major points from the get-go due to its packaging. It comes in a four pack of 16oz.…