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  1. Noel de Calabaza [2015 Vintage]

    Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales - Noel de Calabaza [2015 Vintage]

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    Jolly Pumpkin’s beers develop so much over time, and it’s often a challenge of the dedicated cellarperson to figure out exactly when each release is hitting its proper stride. This one just expanded in a massive way for us, bringing in notes of fresh red apple and cinnamon on one hand, tart lemons and a hint of grapefruit rind on the other.

    Jolly Pumpkin’s beers develop so much over time, and it’s often a challenge of the dedicated cellarperson to figure out exactly when each release is hitting its proper stride. This one just expanded in a massive way for us, bringing in notes of fresh red apple and cinnamon on one hand, tart lemons and a hint of grapefruit rind on the other.

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  2. O’so Brewing Company - Blood of the Cherry

    O’so Brewing Company - Blood of the Cherry

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    This one’s tasting great at the moment, though it should be resilient enough for a bit of time in the cellar. That cherry and spice component had us thinking along similar pairing lines to Tuppen’s Demise, with vanilla/pastry desserts. More savory options: duck, or pork carnitas.

    This one’s tasting great at the moment, though it should be resilient enough for a bit of time in the cellar. That cherry and spice component had us thinking along similar pairing lines to Tuppen’s Demise, with vanilla/pastry desserts. More savory options: duck, or pork carnitas.

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  3. O’so Brewing Company - Arbre Qui Donne

    O’so Brewing Company - Arbre Qui Donne

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    As with the others, the acidity gives this some sturdiness for the cellar, but some of the fresh peach character may dissipate with time. Peach cobbler and vanilla-bean ice cream seems like an obvious option, given the core notes here, as does the almond-iness of Italian frangipane. Working within that peach and apricot emphasis, look to pork tenderloin or grilled chicken.

    As with the others, the acidity gives this some sturdiness for the cellar, but some of the fresh peach character may dissipate with time. Peach cobbler and vanilla-bean ice cream seems like an obvious option, given the core notes here, as does the almond-iness of Italian frangipane. Working within that peach and apricot emphasis, look to pork tenderloin or grilled chicken.

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  4. O'so Brewing Company - Hop Whoopin'

    O'so Brewing Company - Hop Whoopin'

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    In the beer world, the term "S.M.A.S.H." refers to Single Malt And Single Hop brews. With Hop Whoopin', O'so turned the phrase on its head a bit, as they describe this IPA as "Single Malt and All Sorts of Hops." We have to say, it's pretty accurate. Hop Whoopin' pours a bright golden color with a white cap of sticky foam. Our bottles had a decent amount of yeast sediment, which is normal with bottle-conditioned beers; feel free to rouse it up...

    In the beer world, the term "S.M.A.S.H." refers to Single Malt And Single Hop brews. With Hop Whoopin', O'so turned the phrase on its head a bit, as they describe this IPA as "Single Malt and All Sorts of Hops." We have to say, it's pretty accurate. Hop Whoopin' pours a bright golden color with a white cap of sticky foam. Our bottles had a decent amount of yeast sediment, which is normal with bottle-conditioned beers; feel free to rouse it up...

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  5. O'so Brewing Company - Hopdinger

    O'so Brewing Company - Hopdinger

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    This pale ale presents a medium copper-amber color topped by a fluffy and very persistent head of foam that laces nicely as it recedes. On the nose, look for a fairly complex array of aromas; we picked up plenty of herbal and piney notes melded to floral tones and a prominent variety of fruity notes including candied citrus, apricot-like stone fruits, and even some berry hints. Flavorwise, there's a fairly robust malt core offering a satisfying...

    This pale ale presents a medium copper-amber color topped by a fluffy and very persistent head of foam that laces nicely as it recedes. On the nose, look for a fairly complex array of aromas; we picked up plenty of herbal and piney notes melded to floral tones and a prominent variety of fruity notes including candied citrus, apricot-like stone fruits, and even some berry hints. Flavorwise, there's a fairly robust malt core offering a satisfying...

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  6. Sweetwater Brewing Company - Georgia Brown

    Sweetwater Brewing Company - Georgia Brown

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    A GABF Gold Medal winner, this brew yields a prominent aroma of fresh grains with some notes of toast and brown bread, moderate caramel, hints of maple syrup and coffee, some nuttiness, and a kiss of spicy and somewhat woody hops. On the palate, expect a blend of lightly bitter hops, burnt toast, and above all, a rich, sweet, nutty character (think hazelnuts and almonds) with deep-down caramel tones and a hint of cocoa powder. There's a ghost...

    A GABF Gold Medal winner, this brew yields a prominent aroma of fresh grains with some notes of toast and brown bread, moderate caramel, hints of maple syrup and coffee, some nuttiness, and a kiss of spicy and somewhat woody hops. On the palate, expect a blend of lightly bitter hops, burnt toast, and above all, a rich, sweet, nutty character (think hazelnuts and almonds) with deep-down caramel tones and a hint of cocoa powder. There's a ghost...

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  7. Sweetwater Brewing Company - 420 Extra Pale Ale

    Sweetwater Brewing Company - 420 Extra Pale Ale

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    420 Extra Pale Ale was brewed for the first time on the 20th of April, 1997, hence the name. Yeah, well, we’d bet a nickel and a dime that it’s not the whole reason behind the name, but we can’t confirm. The term "extra pale ale" is one that means different things to different breweries; sometimes it's interpreted as an amped-up, richer sort of pale ale, almost IPA-like, while other times it's literally a lower-gravity, paler, and less richly...

    420 Extra Pale Ale was brewed for the first time on the 20th of April, 1997, hence the name. Yeah, well, we’d bet a nickel and a dime that it’s not the whole reason behind the name, but we can’t confirm. The term "extra pale ale" is one that means different things to different breweries; sometimes it's interpreted as an amped-up, richer sort of pale ale, almost IPA-like, while other times it's literally a lower-gravity, paler, and less richly...

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  8. Benediktiner Weissbräu - Benediktiner Weissbier

    Benediktiner Weissbräu - Benediktiner Weissbier

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    Pouring a hazy, golden-amber hue, slightly deeper than some others of the style, this unfiltered wheat beer develops a voluminous head of foam, as we expect. Use a weizen glass or, if you don't have one, try another vertically-oriented glass like a pilsner glass or a stange so the head has room to rise. On the nose, look for yeast- and hop-driven notes, with spicy clove-like herbal tones and moderate noble hop aromas, along with touches of...

    Pouring a hazy, golden-amber hue, slightly deeper than some others of the style, this unfiltered wheat beer develops a voluminous head of foam, as we expect. Use a weizen glass or, if you don't have one, try another vertically-oriented glass like a pilsner glass or a stange so the head has room to rise. On the nose, look for yeast- and hop-driven notes, with spicy clove-like herbal tones and moderate noble hop aromas, along with touches of...

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  9. Köstritzer Schwarzbier

    Köstritzer Schwarzbierbrauerei - Köstritzer Schwarzbier

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    If you think dark beers are all big and heavy, Köstritzer will challenge those notions. Not only is its level of alcohol relatively low at 4.8%, it is not a thick, chewy beer; in fact, a beer’s color actually has nothing to do with its body. Nor does this brew present a particularly bitter, overly-charred character. On the pour it certainly is dark, with some garnet flashes when held to the light, and a rich, creamy looking light brown head...

    If you think dark beers are all big and heavy, Köstritzer will challenge those notions. Not only is its level of alcohol relatively low at 4.8%, it is not a thick, chewy beer; in fact, a beer’s color actually has nothing to do with its body. Nor does this brew present a particularly bitter, overly-charred character. On the pour it certainly is dark, with some garnet flashes when held to the light, and a rich, creamy looking light brown head...

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  10. Hop Hash Easy IPA

    Sweetwater Brewing Company - Hop Hash Easy IPA

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    Recently, there's been a trend in the hop market towards new forms of brewing hops, including concentrates, hop oils, cryogenically-separated lupulin, and more. Hop hash is one of these new cutting-edge formats, for which SweetWater is the brewery leader, having worked closely with Yakima Chief - Hopunion to get hop hash to market in the form of several beers, including our featured Hop Hash Easy IPA. Hop hash is a byproduct of the traditional...

    Recently, there's been a trend in the hop market towards new forms of brewing hops, including concentrates, hop oils, cryogenically-separated lupulin, and more. Hop hash is one of these new cutting-edge formats, for which SweetWater is the brewery leader, having worked closely with Yakima Chief - Hopunion to get hop hash to market in the form of several beers, including our featured Hop Hash Easy IPA. Hop hash is a byproduct of the traditional...

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  11. Sweetwater Brewing Company - TripleTail

    Sweetwater Brewing Company - TripleTail

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    TripleTail presents a bright and hazy golden color capped by lots of just-off-white foam which persists well and drops plenty of lace as the glass is drained. SweetWater calls this seasonal brew a "tropical IPA," and we think that's a good descriptor. Look for aromas of light pineapple, grapefruit-like citrus, melon, passion fruit, and pine, with a spicy-herbal overtone and a soft floral impression. The complex hop contributions lead to lots of...

    TripleTail presents a bright and hazy golden color capped by lots of just-off-white foam which persists well and drops plenty of lace as the glass is drained. SweetWater calls this seasonal brew a "tropical IPA," and we think that's a good descriptor. Look for aromas of light pineapple, grapefruit-like citrus, melon, passion fruit, and pine, with a spicy-herbal overtone and a soft floral impression. The complex hop contributions lead to lots of...

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  12. Spencer Brewery - Trappist Imperial Stout

    Spencer Brewery - Trappist Imperial Stout

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    We’ve been enjoying everything we’ve crossed thus far from Spencer Brewery—but Trappist Imperial Stout blew us away. Described as (approximately) an “Anglo-Russo imperial stout,” it offers the drinkability and hugely complex malt range of the finest Belgian strong ales, and adds in the delicious roast and bitter-chocolate qualities of some of the tastiest American and Russian-style imperial stouts. There’s a surprisingly firm hop bitterness...

    We’ve been enjoying everything we’ve crossed thus far from Spencer Brewery—but Trappist Imperial Stout blew us away. Described as (approximately) an “Anglo-Russo imperial stout,” it offers the drinkability and hugely complex malt range of the finest Belgian strong ales, and adds in the delicious roast and bitter-chocolate qualities of some of the tastiest American and Russian-style imperial stouts. There’s a surprisingly firm hop bitterness...

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  13. Yazoo Brewing Company - Vérifiez Vos Fruits!

    Yazoo Brewing Company - Vérifiez Vos Fruits!

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    From Yazoo Brewing’s Embrace The Funk program, we’re excited to feature Vérifiez Vos Fruits! this month as a Rare Beer Club exclusive. The name translates from French as Check Your Fruit, and this complex wild ale from Yazoo definitely includes some fruit you should check out. The hefty base beer here is somewhere between a Belgian-style tripel and golden strong ale, and its incredibly intricate yeast profile originates from twelve (!) different...

    From Yazoo Brewing’s Embrace The Funk program, we’re excited to feature Vérifiez Vos Fruits! this month as a Rare Beer Club exclusive. The name translates from French as Check Your Fruit, and this complex wild ale from Yazoo definitely includes some fruit you should check out. The hefty base beer here is somewhere between a Belgian-style tripel and golden strong ale, and its incredibly intricate yeast profile originates from twelve (!) different...

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  14. Kind of Blue

    Alesong Brewing & Blending - Kind of Blue

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    This is bottle-conditioned with plenty of acidity, so some months in the cellar should be just fine, but do note that the bright fruit character will tend to dissipate over time. For pairings, that plush blueberry character had us thinking goat cheese: creamy chevre or, given options, Cypress Grove’s Humboldt Fog (one of our favorites for lambic-ish sour beers in general).

    This is bottle-conditioned with plenty of acidity, so some months in the cellar should be just fine, but do note that the bright fruit character will tend to dissipate over time. For pairings, that plush blueberry character had us thinking goat cheese: creamy chevre or, given options, Cypress Grove’s Humboldt Fog (one of our favorites for lambic-ish sour beers in general).

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  15. Touch of Brett Mosaic

    Alesong Brewing & Blending - Touch of Brett Mosaic

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    The bottle conditioning and acidity give this some sturdiness, but we’d definitely encourage our Rare Beer Club members to enjoy this dry-hopped beer fresh, to savor more of those grassy and tropical elements. For pairings: citrusy salads, grilled vegetables, grilled seafoods.

    The bottle conditioning and acidity give this some sturdiness, but we’d definitely encourage our Rare Beer Club members to enjoy this dry-hopped beer fresh, to savor more of those grassy and tropical elements. For pairings: citrusy salads, grilled vegetables, grilled seafoods.

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