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Drinking Problems: A Palate Test on Beer

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We've put the palate to the test in Drinking Problems, a video series in which our tasters, ranging from a James Beard Award-winning chef to a comedian who simply appreciates a good drink, give us the good, the bad, and the ugly of what they're drinking.

In this episode, three tasting teams have signed on to sample four different beers and give us their tasting notes.

Once again, Sergio and Country Velador of Super Chunk Sweets and Treats in Scottsdale, Joshua Hebert of Posh Improvisational Cuisine in Scottsdale and Christopher Gross of Christopher's Restaurant and Crush Lounge in Phoenix, and Marisol Chavez and Sara Palmer of For A Good Time Call Improv Troupe have lent their palates to this experiment.

This time the pairs try Pabst Blue Ribbon from Pabst Brewing Co., Watermelon Ale from Phoenix Ale Brewery, Hazelnut Brown Nectar from Rogue Ales & Spirits, and Kiltlifter from Four Peaks Brewing Company.  

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