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Tatabrew’s Dreadnought Dark IPA. Because it’s DOPECAKES. —Pam Crouse, Ladies Beer League board member

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The beer I’m drinking the most of lately is Rockbottom’s Loyalist E.S.B. It strikes the right balance between English hops and pale malt. —Jake Saunders, brewmaster at Rockbottom Brewpub

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Currently obsessed with India session ale—In Session—it’s a sessionable, flavourful beer. —Brian Titus, president of Garrison Brewing Company

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Unobtainium from Boxing Rock. It’s a really nice hop character, it’s really pleasant and easy to drink, and at five percent it packs in a lot of flavour without blowing you over. —Peter Burbridge, owner of North Brewing Company

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I’m all about the Irish Red. It’s a basic beer style and I think for me that’s why I’m loving it so much. There are so many odd brews happening and jumping in with this rather basic one that is just so drinkable—it tastes like a Propeller beer, but it’s unique. —Andrew Cooper, marketing director at Propeller Brewing Co.

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I’m really into Boxing Rock right now. I definitely love the Hunky Dory, it’s a great after-work beer. Well, anytime beer really. It’s easy drinking. I think this is really important, all of their stuff is always clean and it’s always fresh. It’s hard to find someone that’s that consistent. —Karen Allen, brewmaster at Gahan House



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