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Prairie Path

Two Brothers Brewing Company
Warrenville, IL
USA
http://www.twobrosbrew.com/

Style: Golden Ale

Jill’s Rating:
one beerone beerone beerone beerone beer   (Outstanding within its style.)


Comments:
Prairie Path is a beer that longs to be outdoors. A pour of pure golden sunlight, this beer has good carbonation, a small head and is slightly cloudy. The cloudiness leads to a thicker tasting beer, which is good because at first glance, I was worried that this one was going to be watery. It's got a hoppy taste, but the hops aren't overbearing, and when I like something that's hoppy, you know that it's got promise.

Overall, this is a solid ale that would be perfect for drinking in a beer garden. The only problem is that it goes down so smoothly that it's gone before you know it, and you'll be clamoring for more.

Reviewed by Jill Jaracz on December 29, 2006.
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