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McMenamins Crystal Ale
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Portland, Oregon, USA
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1 3.00 1 34 07-22-2004

Brewer's Description:
"First produced in 1986, many people have enjoyed Crystal Ale throughout the years. This company standard incorporates Munich malt to complement the pale malt which gives the ale its rich character. The addition of a lighter crystal malt makes the beer flavorful yet smooth, while lending it a deep gold appearance. Exclusive use of Hallertauer hops in both bittering and finish imparts a refreshing aroma and pleasant aftertaste. Crystal Ale is the perfect pint for patrons who want an ale that is flavorful, but not too heavy."

Alcohol Content (ABV): 4%
Calories: 161
Carbohydrates: Unknown
Bitterness (IBU): Unknown
**Stats are based on a 12 ounce beer

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sloshed (2830 Reviews)
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02-04-2006
Location:
Portland, Oregon - USA
Type(s):
Tap/Keg
Crystal is a little sweeter and has a smaller hop presence than most NW amber ales. The hops provide a slight citrus flavor with very little bitterness. Smooth and drinkable, but not overly memorable.



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