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Monday, November 2, 2009

(WA) Redhook Ales is tops for favorite fall beers


Washington - October has come to a close and with it one full month of the Fall Season. During that time people committed acts of pumpkin genocide, consumed many pumpkin inspired brews, and dressed up in every possible way imaginable. October is more than just a month however; it’s also the start of our journey through excess. If October is about the excess of Orange and all things faux, then November is about all things food. So fret not, there is still plenty of days left in Fall to seek out those sweet tasting comfort beers that wash down cool after time spent running about.

As way to gauge just how many people in Washington enjoy their "Fall" seasonal ales & lagers I asked you to tell me who you thought made the best beer? In the end it was Redhook Ales from Woodinville that came out on top with a whopping five (5 out of 26) votes. Second place went to the Seattle local Elysian (3 votes of 26) who have three locations littered around town. And finally tied for third (with 2 votes each out of 26) was Boundary Bay from Bellingham and Diamond Knot based out of Mukilteo. The rest of those voted are included below with congrats to all of those that received consideration.

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Tune in the coming days when the next Poll for your consideration is posted.

Cheers

2 comments:

Indy Falconheads on 4:03 PM, November 03, 2010 said...

These people call themselve beer lovers? Redhook? They make some good beer but nothing out of the ordinary.

Now O'Brien's Harvest Ale- that's a beer worth waiting for.

Move outside your comfort zone folks!

P. Fruit Trees on 8:30 PM, November 03, 2010 said...

When this was first created there wasn't much outpouring for many of the beers so we went with the most popular.

We might consider another poll to see if people's perceptions have changed.

Thanks for the refresh!

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