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Top 10 Summer Craft Beers: “Loser” by Elysian Brewing in Seattle, Washington

http://www.ILoveBeerShow.com – On July 17th at the “Cantina” in Las Vegas, the “I Love Beer Show” dedicated a LIVE #CraftBeer show featuring the Top 10 craft beers you should be drinking this summer. In this segment, we featured “Loser”, a 7.0% alcohol American Pale Ale from Elysian Brewing in Seattle, Washington.

As you can tell from the video, this craft beer was a major winner on the show – and we love the concept behind it: take bad commercially brewed beer and turn it into a great craft beer. It even says clearly on the bottle: “Corporate beer still sucks!” Talk about a great summer drinking beer. If you see this at your local craft beer store, get it! You won’t be disappointed.

The craft beers flowed on the show for almost 2 hours – in fact, we didn’t stop at just 10 different craft beers. Watch the entire video series of this event to learn what other craft beers should be on your list of summer drinking!

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