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    Thursday
    Jan282016

    Give It A Shot - Yuengling Traditional Amber Lager  

    Thanks to longtime listener and friend of the show Charlie we are going to embark on a mostly beer tasting of the east coast.  Since he was on his way back to Arizona he thought it would be cool for us to try a variety of things we just can't find here.  After sizing up the beverage bounty that lay before us we decided to go with not only the most well know, but also what we are sure is the lightest of the bunch.  Yuengling has been around since 1829 and is America's oldest operating brewery.  They make a variety of beers including a Black and Tan which I thought sounded interesting.  The Traditional Amber Lager is not only their number one seller, but also the beer were given to try.  Time to taste and get our "East Coast Swing" series rolling.  If you have any ideas for future episodes of "Give It A Shot" or just have a question, you can always send us an email to AboutBeverages@q.com.

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