2017: 16 Mile vs Evolution
16 Mile is all about its bold session ales brewed in historical Georgetown, Delaware. With deep historical roots originating from the phrase that Georgetown was "16 miles from anywhere" in the county and thus a good place to conduct business, 16 Mile offers a take on beer that is steeped in the past. For instance, you can enjoy the Old Court Ale whose citrusy hop aroma and caramel finish is lighter in the body than other American ales. On the other hand, Evolution is a small batch brewery from Salisbury, Maryland that highlights its creative twists on beer. Evolution is the antithesis of 16 Mile with its funkily named beer, like the Pine'hop'le IPA which adds a tropical pineapple taste to the classic American IPA.
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