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  1. ted
    May 2, 2010 @ 7:17 am

    Thanks for the review guys!
    I work at Avery because of my love for our IPA and would like to clear up something.
    Our IPA finishes at 1009, one of the dryest available. We’re fanatical about fermentation flavor profile and use an extrmely clean yeast strain developed in the western US. These two factors make for a decidedly un-british IPA. In fact when we started making this beer in 1996 it was so far from traditional or British in style that it was very often thrown out of beer contests.
    I’d like to know what the bottle date was as I’m wondering if you didn’t review an old beer. Oxidation can be confused with British ale yeast flavors.
    Thanks again, and keep up the great work.


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