Snake River Pale Ale

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Snake River Pale is an American pale brewed with domestic malt and plenty of Cascade hops. Golden in color, it has a citrusy hop flavor which is followed by a crisp, firmly bitter finish. Pale ale is a great foil to spicy ethnic foods and can also complement a salad well.  5.2% abv.

SNAKE RIVER PALE ALE AWARDS

Great American Beer Fest 1995 – Silver, 1996 – Silver, 2007 – Bronze

World Beer Cup 1996 – Gold, 1998 – Bronze

North American Brewers Fest 1998 – Gold

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  • Tom
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    Live in NW Indiana. Can SRPA be shipped or is there a distributor in the greater Chicagoland market? Thanks!

    • Rocky
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      Hi Tom! We do not distribute to Indiana, but we can ship beer to you! Just call 307-739-2337 and you can order Snake River Pale Ale, Jenny Lake Lager, Monarch Pilsner, Zonker Stout and Pako’s IPA to be shipped to most states! Thanks for your interest!

  • Paul
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    Had the Snake River Pale Ale on a recent trip to the Grand Tetons, any chance you have a distributor in Michigan? And if not, do you ship to Michigan?

    • Rocky
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      Hi Paul! We do not distribute to Michigan, but we can ship beer to you! Just call 307-739-2337 and you can order Snake River Pale Ale, Jenny Lake Lager, Monarch Pilsner, Zonker Stout and Pako’s IPA to be shipped to most states! Thanks for your interest!

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