7 Beers for Spring

Some spry, surprising beers to herald (and cheers to) spring

 


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#4 Mudslinger

This brown ale has been around since 2003, but it's had some identity issues over the years. Last year, the beer was released as Nut Brown; this year, the brewery changed its mind and went back to Mudslinger.

A reference to the rain and mud of the season (especially that found in Washington State where the brewery originated), this brown ale is a smooth and refreshing brew. Chocolate, caramel and brown sugar essences all get a play in the flavor—which would team up really well with a plate of Camembert and crackers.

 
 

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