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Thanks spideyo! That is very interesting. I will point out that Surly (and many other "craft beer" producers) does not pasteurize any of their beer for canning or kegs.
Fair enough, I just didn't want people to take your comment the wrong way.
Oskar Blue is a very nice brewery, I really enjoyed their Pilsner, but not available in MN yet. I would imagine that...
Sorry, but that is a poor blanket statement to make. Whether a beer is in a brown glass bottle or can, the taste of the beer does not change*, any difference is a misconception. There is no...