Local’s alert! There is a killer sale going on at your community owned grocery store. For those of you who know what I’m talking about, I mean Shop N’ Kart cheap.
While I’m unfortunately receiving no promotional kickbacks for this, I want everyone to know that the Ashland Food Co-op is selling Mountain Rescue Pale Ale six-packs for an astounding $5.99. We got a doozy of a special on a pallet from the homies at GoodLife Brewing. If our love for Bend wasn’t already assured, it is now.
Crisp and floral without being overly bitter, this brew is perfect for a hop-head on a break. It’s no IPA and therefore suitably perfect for a hop-head next to a pool, a hop-head after a shred sesh, an aspiring hop-head, or for your friend Jim who insists he only likes Ambers.
Although it’s a bit more malty than normally expected from a Pale Ale, it’s a beer for the people… and did I mention the price? The bright red display is right across from the diary cooler. While there, you might even catch a glimpse of the Dopest Wine Taster, acting like he knows something about the grape-juice and wheat-water you’re eyeing.
Here’s some info stolen from the folks down at GoodLife
- 5.5% ABV | OG:14oP | IBUs 40
- Malt: NW Pale, Weyermann Melanoidin, Crystal 60, Weyermann Carafoam
- Hops: Centennial, Bravo, Cascade, Pacific Jade
Additionally, big thanks to the shutter bug from brisuschrist and for the stolen knowledge from the actual ‘Beer & Wine’ guy down at the ashlandfood.coop **Post non-affiliated with the Ashland Food Cooperative