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Summer Beer Season

There are plenty of solid summer beers, and some beers that just go well with summer.

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I'm the kind of beer drinker who looks forward with more anticipation to fall and winter beer season than I do summer ales. I like big, opaque, high-alcohol beers that go great with holiday sweaters and large plates of hors d'oeuvres. Honestly, the sight of a lemon wedge on the rim of a beer glass just makes me shiver. But I digress. There are plenty of solid summer beers, and some beers that just go well with summer. But I always look forward to the release of Twilight Summer Ale, a beer that to me says it's time for short-sleeved mountain biking and evening fly fishing. In other words, summer in a bottle. Something we could use more of around here. Keep your eye out for this seasonal brew in the next few weeks when it is scheduled to make its first appearance. Hopefully, right in time for, well, not winter.


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