The old reliable Twin Cities metro area beer

The reason I say this is that, usually, no matter where you go in the TC,  you can at least get yourself a Summit EPA.  I take advantage of this when I end up at bars/restaurants that have limited beer selections.  The Summit EPA, to me, is what Grain Belt Premium is to a lot of people.  The EPA is not a world-class talent, but it sure beats the pants off of the typical bland domestic light beers.  It is versatile enough to appeal to the light beer crowd, but is hoppy and flavorful enough for those like me that would rather take a punch in the teeth than to be stuck sipping a Bud, Miller, Coors, Busch, or Michelob.  A reliable old friend that can be counted on to be there for me when others don’t show up, that’s my Summit EPA.

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Joe Lunchpail

I used to be a typical Bud/Busch/Michelob guy. Whatever's cold, right?! (I grew up in a town of 690) However, around my final year of college, I developed tastebuds and soon began to whistle a different tune. My fridge now usually contains about 5-7 different beers at any given time, and I'll be dipped in dog doo if you can find a domestic light beer in there. My tastes are more inclined to the dark side, with Stouts and Black Lagers being my favorites, generally speaking, though I have developed a love for IPAs as well.

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