Does anybody serve Dale's Pale Ale on tap around here?
For the past week or two, I have had a vivid, recurring vision.
I'm in a bar (big surprise there), and I look at the selection of draft beers, and see a tap handle shaped like a can of Dale's Pale Ale.
I can't remember if I order one or not. I don't think I do. But I make a mental note: Remember this place, Sessa, because you've never seen Dale's Pale Ale on tap before and this would make a great blog.
Of course I don't remember the place. Heck, I'm not sure if this is a hazy memory or something I've dreamt up entirely.
If you haven't tried it, Dale's Pale Ale is one of the best canned craft beers you'll ever have. The more I ponder this, the more I believe Dale's Pale Ale might be one of the only canned craft beers, which narrows the competition. Still, it's worth trying -- even though it's in a can ...
Before Dale's Pale Ale, the only two beers I would actively drink out of a can were Natty Boh and Coors Light. Some beers taste better in a can, and Coors Light is one of them.
I've never had Dale's any way but in a can, but lemme tell you, it's crisp and snappy and, all in all, pretty darn good. And if my vision of Dale's on tap was more than just a vision, I'd most certainly like a pint.
Anybody else seen Dale's on tap? Or am I dreaming?
(I got this photo, which I'm assuming is a press photo, here)