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Cascade Brewing and the Birth of the PNW Sour

Once upon a time, North West IPAs gained momentum and took over as the dominant beer style. Meanwhile, one brewery took a sharp turn away from the mainstream. In doing so, it created its own style of beer, the Pacific Northwest Sour.  In the fourth episode of 1859 Magazine’s Beerlandia Podcast, from Statehood Media, we share the illustrious story of Cascade Brewing.

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