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Below are 1 through 12 of the 12 found. |Find-a-Beer|

93 • Full Sail Brewing Co. Hop Pursuit.
Slightly hazy amber color. Aromas of roasted grain, praline, and dried citrus with a supple dry-yet-fruity medium body and a tangy citrus marmalade and grassy earth finish. Delicious. (tasted on Jun-15-2011)
91 • Great Lakes Brewing Co. Burning River Pale Ale.
Pale amber color. Aromas of nut butter and brittle, vegetable frittata, and raisin scone with a round, supple dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a long, wonderful balanced roasted root vegetable, citrus compote, and leafy greens finish. A great food beer. (tasted on Mar-10-2011)
89 • Hop Valley Brewing Co. Impeller Pale Ale.
Slightly hazy amber color. Aromas of buttery peach danish, lemon curd, and mint with a supple, dryish medium body and a smooth, roasted nut and peppery arugula finish. Very nice and food friendly. (tasted on Feb-02-2011)
88 • Walker Brown Pale Ale.
Amber color. Aromas of buttery praline cookie and honeyed peach tart with a silky, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a frothy, lemon chiffon and grassy, leafy green hop finish. A nice quaffable brew. (tasted on Mar-11-2011)
88 • Fish Brewing Co. Wild Salmon Organic Pale Ale.  Certified Organic 
Aromas of apricot and pineapple jam on toast with a silky dryish medium body and a crisp, jicama, nut and earth finish. (tasted on Jun-15-2011)
87 • Tap Room 21 Pale Ale.
Bright amber color. Aromas of peach cobbler and buttery praline with a supple, silky dry-yet-fruity medium and a lemon pepper, root vegetable and escarole accented finish. A nice quaffer. (tasted on Mar-11-2011)
87 • Grizzly Peak Brewing Co. Grizzly Peak Pale Ale.
Bright amber color. Aromas of buttery praline, dates, creamy lemon curd, and dusty pine with a supple, finely carbonated dry-yet-fruity medium body with a sautéed mustard green and parsnip finish and baked citrus and peppered arugula-like hops. A savory food beer, try with meatloaf. (tasted on Feb-02-2011)
86 • Roscoe's Hop House Pale Ale.
Bright amber color. Peach cobbler and orange marmalade aromas and flavors with a silky dryish medium body and a coconut custard, parsnip and arugula-like finish. (tasted on Mar-11-2011)
86 • Mad River Brewing Co. Steelhead Extra Pale Ale.
Old gold color. Funky aromas of sweaty hard cheese rind, gym bag, and crusty buttered baguette with a supple, dryish medium body and cheese crostini, lemon curd, water chestnut, and kale accented finish. An earthy, savory food beer. (tasted on Mar-10-2011)
86 • Destihl Restaurant & Brew Works Downstate Pale Ale.
Pale amber color. Aromas of hoppy, fruity Brach's toffee, lemon curd on rye, peppercorns, and pickled beets with a crisp, dryish medium-to-full body and toasty polenta, char grilled citrus and root vegetables, and peppery radicchio finish. A nice savory pale ale; serve with sausages. (tasted on May-25-2011)
85 • Wingwalker Pale Ale.
Pale amber color. Aromas and flavors of praline, lemon curd and toasted bread with a crisp entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body and a soft grassy hop accented finish. Pleasant. (tasted on Mar-11-2011)
84 • The Lion Brewery Stegmaier Pale Ale.
Golden amber color. Bright aromas of orange and apricot marmalades on a buttery cinnamon roll with a crisp, frothy dry-yet-fruity medium body and a peach cream cheese pastry, sautéed squash, and peppery broccoli rabe like hop finish. (tasted on Mar-10-2011)

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