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Dale’s Pale Ale 

Oskar Blues Grill & Brewery
Lyons, CO
6.5% ABV

As the first craft beer in a can, the Oskar Blues line is ready to go when and where you go. Perfect for picnics, the beach, whitewater rafting, or camping. Modern linings have eliminated any metallic taste imparted by the can, and cans are lighter, easier to pack, take less energy to manufacture, transport and recycle, and get cold faster than bottles. They are also impervious to light, meaning no “skunked” beers. Dale’s Pale Ale is an ideal outdoor companion: fresh, sticky, resinous hops, fruity esters, and toasted malts with a solid honey and caramel sweetness. Like any great beer, it tastes better poured into a glass to get all the nice aromas, but a great option when glass is inconvenient or prohibited.
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