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Calvert Woodley has canned six-packs of Dales Pale Ale. Had never heard of it before but I have to say it kicks ass. Theres almost a cognitive dissonance in raising a can of beer to your lips and being rewarded with such a flavorful beer!!
I had this the other day, and it is indeed a very strange experience to taste such a good beer from a can. Are there any other (good) breweries besides Oskar Blues that are canning?
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I haven't been in two years, but my love affair with Dale's Pale Ale isn't what it used to be. :rolleyes:

8 bucks seems steep but I have never had it on tap. Love the cans though.

I can't vouch for production levels, but once these microbrews start showing up in Harris Teeters, I take it as a red flag.

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I still think it's a good beer, but I do agree that it's not the same product that I tried a while back. It's now considerably less assertive, it drinks more like a mainstream "premium" beer than a microbrew. I'll still happily take it over Yuengling, Amstel, Stella, etc if it's going to become as widely available as it looks like it will.

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Speaking of cans have you tried Dale's Pale Ale from Oskar Blues? It's a great example of a hoppy pale ale and easily my favorite beer in a can. The Ten-Fiddy Stout & Gordon IPA are worth trying too.

Yay! Tell me Dale's Pale Ale is going to become the RickRoll of DR.com. :rolleyes:

For instance: "The soft opening date has been announced. Check this site for details."

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