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Old 09-07-2009, 08:14 PM   #1
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So, a moment ago I opened a Dales pale and, it had been sitting on my counter for about 5 minutes and it exploded upon opening. Most of the beer still being in the can I decided to pour it into the glass and enjoy the rest. Upon pouring it into the glass I noticed alot of sediment in the glass, I am wondering if sediment is normal in this beer?



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I would say that's abnormal. I just had some this weekend, and it was crystal clear, no sediment, and definitely not overcarbonated.

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Dale's Pale Ale is usually very clear.

What is the packaging date on the bottom of the can?

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Dale's Pale Ale is usually very clear.

What is the packaging date on the bottom of the can?
Already looked and there is no date on the bottom.
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I had a can explode as I opened it, well, not explode but vigorously spew beer...granted it had been in my backpack for 3 hours of hiking and I was at 14,000ft, so I expected it to do that.

No help to you...did you only have one or did you buy a sixer? Open another and see if it is the same. It should be clear-ish, mine always are.

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I wonder if the can was dirty when they filled it? I have had the same thing happen to bottles of beer that I didn't clean very well. They would volcano like mad! +1 on opening another can. If it is shady, call Oskar Blues and let them know. They will probably buy you another 6'er.

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No it was only one. I was at my local craft beer store and picked out a random six pack. So having one beer be bad is no big deal...i still get to enjoy the other 5.

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quick update..

I shot the brewery an email addressing them of the situation and they looked into their archives and discovered the can I had must have been at least a year old. They found many more cans at the same location when they sent a rep to check it out. I think it was a whole case of bad beer.

Anyways. Talked to dale and his guy who is in charge of quality via email and they are replacing my bad can with a few good cans and sending me some swag from the brewery.

I am just glad they caught the bad beer before someone who would not understand grabbed it and had a bad experience. Hopefully I saved a future craft beer drinkers perception of real beer.

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That's awesome! Good customer service is hard to find, when you do, its usually done very, very right.

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One year old?

I think the problem here is not enough aging.



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