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Cheers to Olympian Adeline Gray

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On Thursday, Olympic wrestler Adeline Gray will hit the mat in Rio to compete in the Women’s Freestyle 75 kg division. The Denver, Colorado, native is a three-time world champion, and while she likes her medals to be gold, she enjoys her beer a bit darker than that: “My go-to stout is Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout,” she says. “I’m also a fan of porters or anything that has coffee and caramel favors. I really like fuller beers; I like it when they have a lot of texture and flavor.”

The self-professed beer enthusiast has traveled the world for wrestling, but makes time to try new beer wherever she is. “I’m a big fan of going to breweries and trying the sampler boards,” she says. “But I don’t drink close to competition.”

You can catch Gray competing tomorrow; follow her on Twitter (@adelinegray) and Instagram (@adelinegray) to see her journey the rest of the year. “I post about my workouts, my nutrition and the great beer I’m having in different places.”

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