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“Wry Pale Ale” from Laurelwood Brewing Co. (Portland)

What is pale ale, anyway? Most breweries take the less-is-more route, churning out “safe,” watery varieties typically with a single distinguishable flavor: wheat. Wheat and water: this is what they think of people – that these two generic ingredients are … Continue reading

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“Workhorse India Pale Ale” from Laurelwood Brewing Co. (Portland)

When an IPA has an ABV of 7.5% you know, at the very least, that it won’t taste watery—or worse, like something Anheuser-Busch excreted from its piss barrels to satisfy the tastebudless masses. Now, I’ve had, say, more than 100 … Continue reading

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