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The hottest ticket in the craft beer world right now is Sierra Nevada’s Beer Camp collaboration with 12 different breweries, so for the next few days we’re going to take a look at a small cross section of these dozen draft delights. Myron’s Walk pairs the legendary Chico, CA brewery with Allagash, one of the best makers of Belgian-style beer in the U.S., for a Belgian-style pale ale. Lively carbonation adds zest to the crisp, grassy sweetness, but the real star of this collaborative beer are the vivacious hops. Fragrant citrus and spicy bitterness give this pale ale an American edge most Belgian pales don’t have. Myron’s Walk is a perfect marriage of each brewery’s style. Try it for a limited time at Good Dog and Side Bar.
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