• 02-18-2013
    dancingoutlaw
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    Excellent beer I picked up this weekend
    This brew from Caldera Brewing in Ashland, OR is an excellent pale ale I tried for the first time this weekend when I mixed and matched a six-pack. Great flavor, very hoppy but smooth and not too bitter.

    I'm not a big fan of cans but I'll make an exception for this beer and Dale's Pale Ale. I actually like this better than Dale's b/c it's more subdued and not so in-your-face. The only drawbacks are that it's not widely distributed and at $12 per 6 pack it's expensive.

    Sorry the attahed photo is sideways
  • 02-18-2013
    JFryauff
    Nice one...it's a solid beer.
  • 02-18-2013
    Carl Hungus
    Cans are great. For hoppy beers, they might be better than bottles.
  • 02-19-2013
    dirt farmer
    Their IPA in cans is even better, IMO.

    They really revolutionized canned craft beers here in Oregon, and their IPA is one of the best!
  • 02-21-2013
    X-FXR
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    Haven't tried that one but Costco has these..and wow was it tasty.

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  • 02-22-2013
    evdog
    Costco where?

    I am dreaming to think it would make its way to Costco in San diego!

    Caldera is one of my favorite breweries, seems to me like all of their beers are really well done.
  • 02-23-2013
    GelatiCruiser
    I'll keep an eye peeled for this. I love the Maui Brewing Company's Big Swell IPA and almost anything from Oskar Blues in the can. You'll love them too if you know how to open beer as a pro.
  • 02-24-2013
    pointerDixie214
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
    Their IPA in cans is even better, IMO.

    They really revolutionized canned craft beers here in Oregon, and their IPA is one of the best!

    Their IPA is one of my top 10 IPAs. So tasty.