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July 13, 2011

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"Expo Pils remains in its less refined, unfiltered state, exchanging the crystal clarity normally associated with pilsner for a hazy, swirling suspension that's as noticeable to the palate as the eye. It's like the difference between a fine French white loaf and a chunk of artisan rye bread."

This is just flat-out excellent writing. How perfectly evocative.

NYCR raises a glass to the fine work of Mark Tichenor, who brings an easy-going, educational style to his writing. Awesome.

I think my favorite line is here is:

"After all, it's a mayfly among beers, only available at this unique place, for a painfully short time."

Thank you, Mark, for joining the team and for this terrific first piece.

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