Alaskan Amber named 'Official Beer' of Alaska

imageFrom Alaskan:

Thrillist notes that each state has an official bird and a state fruit, a flower and a food, but neglects to name an official beer. For the 49th state, that honor is bestowed on Alaskan Amber. Read the whole list here.

"It would be one thing to argue that
Alaska’s namesake brewery is the only option for an official beer of the largest state in the country. It would be another when you consider that their Alaskan Amber beer makes it to more than a dozen states in the Lower 48, evangelizing the Last Frontier in bars across the country. But it would probably suffice to say that sitting down on a barstool in Sitka, Juneau, Anchorage, or Fairbanks just wouldn’t feel quite the same without a full-bodied, barely sweet, and smooth Amber in your hand."

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