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On Apr 30, 2008, at 7:55 PM, Jordan Truesdell, PE wrote:

I've recently decided to try sampling more beer, but apparently can't stand the strong hoppy bitterness which appears to be the hallmark of so many lauded beverages
You've probably gotten into a batch of extreme pilsner. Clears the scum from your throat after a summer bike ride even better than water from a garden hose. If you're not riding, try a pint of Summit Extra pale or anything Belgian style. It's actually hard to go wrong by dinking local. Lots of things--tomatoes, white peaches, and a good many forms of barley pop--don't ship well and don't age gracefully.

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