Coast Brewing unleashes its All Cascade Pale Ale to beer taps (update: it's baa-aaack...)

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Update January 6th:

Hard to believe a year has flown by, but All Cascade Pale Ale is back again.  The name is the same and so are the dedicated ingredients, though this year's is 5.8% ABV.  Find it on tap at the brewery, the growler station at Charleston Beer Exchange, and the tap bank at Coleman Public House as of today, though I'm sure the other usual suspects will have it on soon.

First reporting:

Following on the heels of the recent highly-rated brew, "Porter, Smoked," Coast Brewing is at it again with their newest creation, "All Cascade Pale Ale."

Here's a description from the Coast website:

Classic American Pale but also brewed with Munich, Wheat and Rye Malts for a smooth body and a bit of spiciness. Only Cascade hops were used throughout, from the boil to dry-hopping.

For those not familiar with varieties of hops, Cascade is probably best recognized as the dominant hop flavor in Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, its most widely available vehicle.  I'd expect that same piney grapefruit goodness here.

Not much more information for now, but it weighs in at 5.5% ABV, there's a BeerAdvocate entry with no reviews yet, and its now available on the growler station at Charleston Beer Exchange.  Now go forth and consume!


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