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AleSmith Hall of Fame: Imperial .394 Release

Originally a faint idea dreamt up by Tony Gwynn and Peter Zien, the now imperial version of their collaboration, San Diego Pale Ale.… The post AleSmith Hall of Fame: Imperial.394 Release appeared first on

This Might Be America's Best Pale Ale

3 days agoSports : Deadspin

Iowa has a lot of nice things. First and most famously, of course, they have corn, which is fashionable to bash these days, since it’s so heavily subsidized (and so much of it turns into sugary murder syrup and McNugget casing), butShow More Summary

The 20 craft IPAs you need to try before summer

America has become rather infatuated with India Pale Ales. There are few experiences quite as biting as sipping an IPA. Usually strong and (...)

Worthy Brewing Announces Prefunk Pale Ale

(Bend, Oregon)  – Worthy Brewing Company announces Prefunk Pale Ale, the newest in its family of canned craft ales. The … The post Worthy Brewing Announces Prefunk Pale Ale appeared first on

New Holland Brewing Reimagines Mad Hatter IPA

Holland, MI – Today, New Holland Brewing announces plans to launch their reimagined flagship India Pale Ale, Mad Hatter Mid… The post New Holland Brewing Reimagines Mad Hatter IPA appeared first on

This handy chart will help you decide which beer to order

April 7 marks National Beer Day, which commemorates the legalization of beer sales in the US following the end of prohibition. These days, there are dozens upon dozens of different styles of beer out there, from pale ales to stouts to...Show More Summary

New Belgium Beer Is Just What the Doctor Ordered (From His Weird Bike-Couch Contraption)

New Belgium Brewing peddles its Slow Ride Session pale ale in a series of silly Web shorts created by production house Strike Anywhere. Dr. Don, a mellow therapist with a bushy upper lip, advises patients to relax and enjoy life as he serves them beer during slow rides on a fantastical bicycle-couch contraption. Show More Summary

Breckenridge Brewery Announces Breck IPA

The post, Breckenridge Brewery Announces Breck IPA, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Press Release Denver, CO – April 2, 2015 – Next week Breckenridge Brewery releases a new year-round India Pale Ale in all of its markets. Simply stated, Breck IPA is what it was designed to be – a stand-out IPA, Colorado style. Show More Summary

A Great Pale Ale From A Shady, Pale State

3 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

I ran into an old friend Sunday afternoon, and he asked what I had planned for this Wednesday. I had no ready answer, of course, because what kind of a monster has anything particular planned for a Wednesday? I suppose if I'd thought...Show More Summary

Review: Samuel Adams Escape Route, Crystal Pale Ale, Double Bock, and Rebel Rider IPA Series

Sam Adams is positively pouring out the new releases this season for springtime, including three seasonals — Escape Route, Crystal Pale Ale, and Double Bock — and a new series of “west coast style” IPAs called Rebel Rider. Rebel Rider...Show More Summary

Upland Brewing Celebrates Record Store Day With Vinyl Tap Rye Pale Ale

(Bloomington,IN) – Record Store Day, held every April, is a way of celebrating our local community. Beginning in 2013, Upla… The post Upland Brewing Celebrates Record Store Day With Vinyl Tap Rye Pale Ale appeared first on

Sierra Nevada Barrel Aged Narwhal

The post, Sierra Nevada Barrel Aged Narwhal, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Sierra Nevada has been making great beers for longer than most of you have been of legal drinking age. They’re specialty has always been hoppy pale alesShow More Summary

Review: Alaskan Big Mountain Pale Ale

Do you like fruit? Do you like pale ales? Have I got a brew for you: Alaskan’s new spring seasonal, Big Mountain Pale Ale. Alaskan explains: Big Mountain is a flavor departure for us, with a very new combination of… Continue reading ? The post Review: Alaskan Big Mountain Pale Ale appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Chicagoist's Beer Of The Week: Solemn Oath's Punk Rock For Rich Kids

Punk Rock for Rich Kids is a Single Hop Belgo-American Pale Ale from the good people at Solemn Oath Brewery. [ more › ]

Taste Test: Zeven Lemon Strawberry-Flavoured Beer [Video]

Zeven Lemon is a Sydney-based brewery specialising in beers that contain a hint of natural fruit flavour. Their signature product is the self-explanatory Strawberry Blonde: a pale ale crafted with real strawberry juice. Last week, we put this unusual flavour combination to the test with the help of some thirsty co-workers. Watch the video for our verdict! More »      

Beer review: El Segundo Brewing Co. Mayberry IPA

2 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Don't make the mistake of thinking that all India pale ales taste the same or that the pungent citrus-and-pine signature of so many IPAs is the only flavor profile that these bitter brews can manifest. Brewers have dozens of hop varieties at their disposal (with new cultivars being developed...

Andrew Dykstra: goalkeeper, brewmaster

Andrew Dykstra, D.C. United’s second-choice goalkeeper, spent his offseason rehabilitating a ruptured Achilles’ tendon and brewing homemade beer by the gallon in his Pentagon City apartment. Among his concoctions: Achilles’ Pale Ale. The special ingredient was orange tea. It was his 32nd batch of homemade beer since last January. The name was his idea. His […]

Goose Island’s Matilda makes her way West

Award winning spicy Belgian Pale Ale is now available to beer connoisseurs in the West Chicago, IL, March 2, 2010...The long anticipated release of Goose Island Beer Company’s Matilda on the West Coast is now official, announced the Chicago brewer today. A staple in Midwestern US beer markets since it launched there […]

Here’s a New Craft Beer That Smells Just Like Pot

Goes doubly well with a bag of Cheetos. Oskar Blues hardly plays coy with its weed references. Its canned Dale's Pale Ale may include handy markings on the side for becoming an ad hoc pipe once empty, and now the Denver brewery has gone one step more obvious with its Pinner Throwback IPA. Show More Summary

Pale Ale

3 months agoArts : Coxsoft Art News

Spot the mistake in Thomas Woodward's oil painting Hodgson's Brewery (1823). The horses that pull brewers' drays are massive beasts. So the man standing beside a pair of these horses is too big, perhaps because he is the brewer himself. Show More Summary

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