I guess the breweries up here in the PNW are just betterDear Upstart-Homebrewer-Who-Took-Out-A-Loan-And-Registered-A-Business-Name,
Your ****** pale ale is exactly as terrible as the ****** pale ale made by every other upstart-homebrewer-who-took-out-a-loan-and-registered-a-business-name and decided it would be super-duper clever to crank out yet another generic beer. That you only just recently discovered hops and flavor after decades of drinking watery swill does not mean there's anything original about using excessive hops in a "craft" beer with too little sophistication to develop decent flavor. You will be bankrupt within three years, so save us all the menu space and quit now.
Love and kisses,
There are absolutely a number of very well-made, delicious, and properly-balanced pale ales out there, many of which actually come from microbreweries in America. Has anyone else noticed, though, the astonishing number of pale ales that enter the market every year for the last decade, or so, nearly all of which are simply terrible? It's like several hundred 40-year-old frat boys with decent credit suddenly had their first real beer and decided they were going to get in early on this new actually-good-tasting-beer thing that hasn't already existed for several hundred years. Maybe it's just me