All The Same Beer

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SKA Brewing Company, located in Durango, Colorado, began producing beer in 1995 when two underage guys (Bill Graham and David Thibodeau) decided the answer to them not being able to legally purchase beer was to make it themselves. Inspired by Ska music, (which, I must state, I am NOT a fan of — it’s kind of like American jazz combined with Caribbean music) they brewed some beer and found they were good at it.

And that’s all the history their website (skabrewing.com) gives, so I have to stop there.

SKA’s Autumnal Molé Stout is a seasonal release, brewed with cocoa nibs, spices, three different chile peppers: Mulato, Ancho, and Anaheim. All of the peppers used in this beer are relatively mild on the Scoville scale, which is a numerical rating scale used to measure the spicy heat of peppers. This beer comes in a can, and rates 5.5% ABV (alcohol…

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