Last night (2/16/2016) I went with Ryan’s family to Clarity (Vienna, Virginia, USA) for dinner and to celebrate my new job as Assistant Brewer at Gordon Biersch. For my entrée, I ordered the Dry-Aged Hamburger with confit onion, white cheddar, garlic mayo, and a house-made roll.
While at Clarity’s, I also tried Evolution’s Exile Red Ale, a 5.9% alcohol by volume (ABV) beer brewed by the Evolution Craft Brewing Company (Salisbury, Maryland, USA). Evolution;s website states that their Exile Red Ale exhibits 48 IBUs (International Bitterness Units) and pairs well with steak, lamb, burgers, fish and chips and cheese. Evolution’s Exile Red Ale is currently listed as a American Amber / Red Ale on BeerAdvocate, an English Pale Ale on ratebeer, and a Red Ale – American Amber / Red on UNTAPPD.
Below is the commercial description of Evolution’s Exile Red Ale:
“Inspired by the pale ales of England, this beer is red in color, assertively hopped but well balanced. Fruity and aromatic, generously dry hopped with Cascade and East Kent Goldings.” – Evolution Craft Brewing Company
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