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Philly’s own Yards brews an array of easy drinking beers that rarely make for anything other than a good drinking experience. From traditional pub ales to historic brews and occasional experiments, their lineup is nothing short of rock solid. One of the flagships of that lineup is Yards Pale Ale, a crisp, approachably bitter brew that complements pub fries, pretzels, and a slice of pizza perfectly. Bitterness and aroma are both fairly light, with subtle grass and lemon, supported by bread- and cracker-laden malts. The dry finish leaves you feeling refreshed after every sip. The fact that it goes well with any kind of lazy afternoon food you can imagine is a big bonus, too. Yards Pale Ale is routinely available at nearly 20 locations around the city. Give your local pale a try next time you see it.
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