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While the name may lead one to believe that things are a little crazy at the brewery, the fact is that all their beers are “brewed in sanity.” The four beers they provided samples of were all quite enjoyable, so there’s no need to be off-your-rocker to visit the Ale Asylum.

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Bedlam: Belgian IPA

Bedlam

Nose
Peachy & citrus hop notes

Taste
Nutty and caramel malts. Not overly bitter as you might find with most other traditional IPA’s

Finish
A nice long finish that leaves you wanting to take another sip.

Recommendation

Good sipping beer that grows on you after a bit. A great beer to open on the upcoming warm spring days .

 

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Madtown: American Brown Ale

madtown-nutbrown

Nose
Chocolate & Camels

Taste
Chocolate taste & Coffee, malt/grainy

Finish
Smooth malty/sweet finish

Recommendation

A nice light brown ale that is for those who are looking for a good intro to darker beers

 

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Ambergeddon: American Amber Ale

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Nose
Malty & bright hops with no citrus

Taste
A Sweet malty start switching to hoppy flavor after a while.

Finish
Long hoppy bite at the end

 

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Hoppalishous: American Pale Ale

hopalicious

Nose
Surprisingly light hoppy citrus notes attributed to the cascade hops.

Taste
The beer was designed to be less bitter than other Pale Ales and it tasted
great. light on the mouth with good hoppy flavor that wasn’t too bitter.

Finish
Crisp light end with no lingering bitterness

Recommendation

An easier pale ale to enjoy and a good session beer.

 

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By Matt Phillips

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