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The Only Way to Survive Winter Is to Drink Cask Ale

A mess to make but a delight to drink, this beer is perfect for the dark months. by Lester Black C ask ale is the most underappreciated beer style in Seattle. It makes no sense. There's no better remedy for a dreary Seattle winter than a proper pint of British cask ale. Its mellow carbonation, smooth flavor, and not-quite-cold serving temperature perfectly complement never-ending rainy days.
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