Could there be any two diametrically opposed beers? Well there probably could be.
Lets start with the Devils Elbow India Pale Ale by Howe Sound Brewing. It pours to a lovely amber. This is a heavily hopped IPA that has an IBU rating of 68. It is a tasty sipper of a beer. Served from their standard 1 litre bottle with the stopper top is a nice bulk of beer. Plenty to go around for an evening or sharing with friends.
#68 is Devils Elbow India Pale Ale by Howe Sound Brewing
I move on to the next beer. Thirsty Beaver Amber Ale by Tree Brewing. This beer pours to a deep amber colour, is highly carbonated and is an easily quaffable beer. I know I throw that comment in a lot, but to clarify what I mean by that it means I can easily drink it. It goes down fast and easy. It is has a mild crispness to it. As well as a little bitter note. Its mostly a standard flavor of an Amber Ale.
#69 is Thirsty Beaver Amber Ale by Tree Brewing Company
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