My Top Beer List of Ales and Ambers. (increasing)

Top 5 Beers
hello

I really enjoy drinking beer. Is the best way to relax after a long day of work, or quench your thirst on a hot day. Ok, well maybe its not a real thirst quencher, but it sure in the hell tastes even BETTER on a hot day.. Can I get an AMEN!

Being the beer connoisseur that I am, I've happened to "sample" a lot of different beers. Mostly being from our local Micro-brewers. I not only like local beer better, but I'd rather support Micro-Brewers than the communist-outsourced companies like Budweiser and Busch. That being said, I've compiled a list of the 10 best Micro Brews that I have tried in the Northwest.



1. Dicks Danger Ale

dicks danger ale

From: Centralia, WA
Tastes Like: Not overly hoppy, Dicks Danger Ale Has a fairly smooth taste with a slightly roasted malt flavor.
ABV: 5.2%


2. Moose Drool Brown Ale

Moose Drool Brown Ale

From: Missoula, MT
Tastes Like: Hint of a sweet, yet bitter, taste. Almost a hint of vanilla? Goes good with all food types.
ABV: 5.1%


3. Full Sail Amber Ale

Full Sail Amber Ale

From: Hood River, OR
Taste Like: This is the smoothest beer I've tasted so far. Has kind of a chocolate taste, but not overbearing like some stouts are. Delicious with summer foods.
ABV: 6%

4. Iron Horse Irish Death

Iron Horse - irish death

From: Ellensburg, WA
Taste Like: Almost like a stout, but considered a [dark smooth ale] by Iron Horse Brewery. Its thick and sweet with a chocolate aroma. Seems to go well with foods of a sweeter variety. Iron Horse call it "Beer Candy" which seems to be fitting of the beer given its sweet nature.
ABV: 7.8%

This is just the beginning of the list. It will grow daily until I get to 10.
Drink responsibly!


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