A numbers collector like me always has some relevant statistics lying around somewhere. Sure, enough, I've ones for British exports by destination for the years around 1903.
Unfortuantely, the "other countries" row cover s a big percentage of the totals. Which conceals a lot of detail. The principal named export destinations were the USA, India and Australasia. Were Pale Ales sent to all three of those? Australia and India are a definite yes. The USA? Probably. Bass Pale Ale was definitely exported there.
Malta is almost certainly another destination for Pale Ale. I know Simonds sold so much that they started brewing their Hop Leaf Pale Ale there. In fact thye beer still exists. Egypt I really don't know about. It's a possibility, though I think by 1900 it might well have been mostly Lager that got shipped there.
What I know about beer exports to the West Indies has me doubting whether Pale Ale was sent there. It was mostly Stout or strong Scotch Ale that was sent to the Caribbean.
I've honestly not the faintest idea of what type of beer might have been sent to South Africa.
Here's the table with the numbers:
|British beer exports by destination (standard barrels)|
|Malta & Gozo||20,390||22,932|
|British S. Africa||25,582||31,446||5,937|
|Brit. West India Islands||26,882||18,794||21,726|
|Brewers' Almanack 1928, page 115.|