Whatever you may be serving, there's a brew for you

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Toronto, Canada

#1 May 15, 2010
... sauces. Hoppy styles include pale ales and aptly named bitter ales, the latter especially from England.

I love Creemore Springs Kellerbier, a heavily hopped,

limited-release Ontario brew that also pairs nicely with braised meats and grilled sausages ...

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Since: Jun 10

Perris, CA

#2 Jun 26, 2010
My new favorite beer is Leffe Amber Blonde. I had it in Belgium a few weeks ago and its awesome!

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