Tag Archives: Pale Ale

Founders Palm Reader

Long before Washington’s Yakima Valley became synonymous with American hops, the vast majority of American hop production took place in the East. While the Pacific Northwest cultivates all but a small percent of American hops, hop production is beginning to … Continue reading

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Toppling Goliath Pseudosue

Paleontologist. Back when I was seven or eight that’s what I wanted to be when I grew up. I’m pretty sure every little boy that grew up in the nineties wanted to be a paleontologist at one time or another … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: Founders Harvest Ale and Lagunitas Born Yesterday Pale Ale

Forget pumpkin beers and Oktoberfests, the true fall seasonals are the fresh and wet hop beers. Used interchangeably, the term refers to a beer hopped with hops fresh off the bine. Due to the quick deterioration of hops, most are … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: Pipeworks Lizard King

I might as well just keep up with this Mosaic trend, as this will be the third in the last six beers I’ve featured that include Mosaic. At this point it hardly seems like there are any other beers out there. … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: Ale Asylum Hopalicious

We’re lucky Ale Asylum started in 2006 and not 2016. If it had started ten years later, it almost certainly would not have picked a pale ale as its flagship beer. And that would be a shame, because Hopalicious needs … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: Revolution Fist City Pale Ale

Regions become defined by their styles. San Diego and the ultra dry IPA. New England and its yeasty, orange juice IPAs. Florida and the fruited Berliner weiss. The Midwest often gets attributed with balanced IPAs that fall somewhere between the … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: Odd Side Ales Fig Brewton

There are certain beers that need to be experienced, whether they are a pristine example of a style or help further the understanding of what we taste. Fig Brewton from Odd Side Ales is one of those beers. While it … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: Tallgrass 8-Bit Pale Ale

There’s a whole world of beers out there that unfortunately I only get the occasional chance to taste. That’s the nature of craft beer, it starts out regional, gaining popularity in its hometown, then across the state and eventually expanding … Continue reading

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Indeed Day Tripper Pale Ale

Here’s the issue with tailgating, many stadiums don’t allow glass bottles on the premises, thereby severely limiting the spectrum of possible beer choices.  Up until recently the only canned offerings were beers light on cost but light on flavor as … Continue reading

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