Thursday, November 5, 2009

Not to mention two excruciatingly rare cask beers.

Greene King IPA (Bury St. Edmunds, UK; $7/16 oz). Greene King IPA is now the best selling cask beer in the United Kingdom. It embodies all that is best about British beer, with its clean, fresh, hoppy taste and its distinctive tawny color. 3.6% ABV.

Rogue Sesquicentennial Ale (Newport, OR; $6/16 oz). Named for the 150th anniversary of the state of Oregon, this beer pours amber orange in color with a sweet malt background from the generous use of Munich malts. Willamette hops give the beer a nice citrus nose and finish. 6.3% ABV.

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