Super Bowl party beer pairings

As the Seahawks and Patriots plot their offensive strategies for Sunday's Super Bowl, you've also got some important game planning to do. This year, instead of washing down your favorite football foods with the standard six-pack, why not ask an expert what local brews would best complement...

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