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Fat Head's Trail Head Beer

The warmer it gets outside, the more active many of us are. And the more active many of us are, the bigger thirst we work up. Fat Head's Trail Head Pale Ale — already a silver medal winner at Great American Beer Festival — is ready and waiting for you after your trail ride, or if you are just sitting on the porch waiting for the riders to return home. Brewed with whole flower Simcoe and Citra hops, Trail Head is a hoppy pale ale, but won't dominate your palette with bitterness. Available for the first time in cans, a portion of the proceeds from every pint go directly to supporting the rehab of trails in Cleveland, Ohio parks.

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