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Cask ale: It's the real deal 

"Warm and flat" is the judgment of many Americans tasting traditional English ales for the first time. Accustomed to highly fizzy, pale lagers presented in mouth-numbing frosted mugs, they aren't sure what to make of cool, lightly carbonated golden brews on first…

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Hi Julie,
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