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  1. Achel Trappist Extra

    St. Benedictus Abbey - Achel Trappist Extra

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    This has long been one of our favorite Trappist beers, brewed by the smallest monastery brewery in Belgium, and only about 300 cases total are brought into the U.S. each year. It can be a challenge tracking this one down stateside, especially as of late, and for us this is one of those standout beers that really is worth tracking down. Even among the Trappist offerings, which are entirely stellar in their own right, there’s something unique...

    This has long been one of our favorite Trappist beers, brewed by the smallest monastery brewery in Belgium, and only about 300 cases total are brought into the U.S. each year. It can be a challenge tracking this one down stateside, especially as of late, and for us this is one of those standout beers that really is worth tracking down. Even among the Trappist offerings, which are entirely stellar in their own right, there’s something unique...

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  2. Brasserie Dupont - Avec Les Bons Voeux

    Brasserie Dupont - Avec Les Bons Voeux

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    We’ve enjoyed various vintage examples of Dupont Avec Les Bons Voeux over the years, all of them still immensely generous, nearly regardless of age. Keep an eye on cellared bottles to make sure the dried-caramel character of oxidation isn’t building too much. For pairings, we can’t help but find its pepper, lean fruit and carbonation perfectly tuned to plump turkey and holiday fare. Pop ALBV bottles to ease winter along. Or set some down...

    We’ve enjoyed various vintage examples of Dupont Avec Les Bons Voeux over the years, all of them still immensely generous, nearly regardless of age. Keep an eye on cellared bottles to make sure the dried-caramel character of oxidation isn’t building too much. For pairings, we can’t help but find its pepper, lean fruit and carbonation perfectly tuned to plump turkey and holiday fare. Pop ALBV bottles to ease winter along. Or set some down...

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  3. Peak Organic Brewing Company - Fresh Cut

    Peak Organic Brewing Company - Fresh Cut

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    Pouring a golden straw color with a light haze and a cap of crisp white foam, Fresh Cut represents Peak Organic’s foray into the American trend of taking traditional lager styles and overhauling them by amping up the bitterness a bit while using American hops, and lots of them, for a distinctly different character in the aroma and flavor. There’s also another trend currently towards more “sessionable”, lower-ABV IPAs, and Fresh Cut shares...

    Pouring a golden straw color with a light haze and a cap of crisp white foam, Fresh Cut represents Peak Organic’s foray into the American trend of taking traditional lager styles and overhauling them by amping up the bitterness a bit while using American hops, and lots of them, for a distinctly different character in the aroma and flavor. There’s also another trend currently towards more “sessionable”, lower-ABV IPAs, and Fresh Cut shares...

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  4. Saranac Hoppy Hour Hero moe.saic IPA

    Matt Brewing Company - Saranac Hoppy Hour Hero moe.saic IPA

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    Created in collaboration with the band moe., and featuring Mosaic hops (see what they did there?), Hoppy Hour Hero presents an inviting medium copper-amber color topped by a robust head of foam that laces the glass nicely as it recedes to a persistent collar. Being a double IPA, we of course expect very bold hop aromas from this brew, and we’re not disappointed. Atop an undercurrent of caramel, look for a complex hop profile including soft

    Created in collaboration with the band moe., and featuring Mosaic hops (see what they did there?), Hoppy Hour Hero presents an inviting medium copper-amber color topped by a robust head of foam that laces the glass nicely as it recedes to a persistent collar. Being a double IPA, we of course expect very bold hop aromas from this brew, and we’re not disappointed. Atop an undercurrent of caramel, look for a complex hop profile including soft

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  5. 961 Beer

    961 Beer - 961 Porter

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    This English-style porter, as expected, presents a very dark brown on the pour. When 961 founder Mazen Hajjar poured it for one neophyte Lebanese drinker used to Heineken-style lagers, the response was, “Did something go wrong?” Nope, that’s how it’s supposed to be! On the nose, expect the malts to take center stage with plenty of scorched caramel and some toasty bread crust leading into a bit of a smoky char character. We got some lightly..

    This English-style porter, as expected, presents a very dark brown on the pour. When 961 founder Mazen Hajjar poured it for one neophyte Lebanese drinker used to Heineken-style lagers, the response was, “Did something go wrong?” Nope, that’s how it’s supposed to be! On the nose, expect the malts to take center stage with plenty of scorched caramel and some toasty bread crust leading into a bit of a smoky char character. We got some lightly..

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  6. Saranac Black Forest Black Beer

    Matt Brewing Company - Saranac Black Forest Black Beer

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    Saranac’s Black Forest is a nod to their founder’s homeland in the Black Forest region of Germany. Brewed as a Bavarian-style black lager, known as schwarzbier, Black Forest pours a very deep, dark brown with reddish highlights and a robust cap of light brown foam. Look for notes of rich caramel and toasty bread in the aroma, with a touch of Hallertauer noble hops to provide some classic Bavarian character including a fruity – almost lemony...

    Saranac’s Black Forest is a nod to their founder’s homeland in the Black Forest region of Germany. Brewed as a Bavarian-style black lager, known as schwarzbier, Black Forest pours a very deep, dark brown with reddish highlights and a robust cap of light brown foam. Look for notes of rich caramel and toasty bread in the aroma, with a touch of Hallertauer noble hops to provide some classic Bavarian character including a fruity – almost lemony...

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  7. Saranac Cold Brew Coffee Lager

    Matt Brewing Company - Saranac Cold Brew Coffee Lager

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    Presenting a bright reddish-amber hue with crystal clarity, capped by plenty of persistent foam, this brew looks great in the glass. Brewed as an amber lager with a unique addition of coffee, Cold Brew certainly offers up unmistakable coffee notes in the aroma, backed up with mild underlying caramel. In the flavor department, we really enjoyed the coffee addition, which is certainly bold but not fatiguingly so – definitely not as overwhelming...

    Presenting a bright reddish-amber hue with crystal clarity, capped by plenty of persistent foam, this brew looks great in the glass. Brewed as an amber lager with a unique addition of coffee, Cold Brew certainly offers up unmistakable coffee notes in the aroma, backed up with mild underlying caramel. In the flavor department, we really enjoyed the coffee addition, which is certainly bold but not fatiguingly so – definitely not as overwhelming...

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  8. Peak Organic Brewing Company Winter Session Ale

    Peak Organic Brewing Company - Winter Session Ale

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    Peak’s Winter Session Ale pours a deep, dark, red-amber color topped by a head of persistent foam. Citra hops are often used to craft single-hop beers due to Citra’s ability to add firm bitterness thanks to its high alpha-acid content, as well as very bold and bright fruit aromas. This winter seasonal brew from Peak is a prime example, a real showcase for locally-grown Citra (with which the beer was also dry-hopped); bold hop aromas come forth...

    Peak’s Winter Session Ale pours a deep, dark, red-amber color topped by a head of persistent foam. Citra hops are often used to craft single-hop beers due to Citra’s ability to add firm bitterness thanks to its high alpha-acid content, as well as very bold and bright fruit aromas. This winter seasonal brew from Peak is a prime example, a real showcase for locally-grown Citra (with which the beer was also dry-hopped); bold hop aromas come forth...

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  9. Peak Organic Brewing Company IPA

    Peak Organic Brewing Company - IPA

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    Pouring a bright golden hue with a cap of just-off-white foam, Peak Organic IPA looks good in the glass while also presenting quite an inviting aroma profile; look for piney, floral, and citric notes reminiscent of grapefruit and orange, with stone fruit and tropical overtones and a touch of mild caramel underneath it all. Dry-hopped with both Simcoe and Amarillo, this IPA is not shy on the palate either. A good backbone of pale malt and light...

    Pouring a bright golden hue with a cap of just-off-white foam, Peak Organic IPA looks good in the glass while also presenting quite an inviting aroma profile; look for piney, floral, and citric notes reminiscent of grapefruit and orange, with stone fruit and tropical overtones and a touch of mild caramel underneath it all. Dry-hopped with both Simcoe and Amarillo, this IPA is not shy on the palate either. A good backbone of pale malt and light...

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  10. Bruery Terreux Collaboration Series: Confession w/ Fess Parker Winery & Vineyard

    Bruery Terreux Collaboration Series: Confession w/ Fess Parker Winery & Vineyard

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    This pours bright and golden, like lightly hazed lemon juice—though it certainly doesn’t land like lemon juice. A modest white head departs to leave a ring of persistent bubbles. Aroma is huge: white wine character that’s ping-ponging between its herbaceous (and apple-y) Riesling notes and the more oak-kissed profile of California Chardonnay: soft vanilla, buttery oak and a toasty backdrop of barrel character. It’s super mouthwatering...

    This pours bright and golden, like lightly hazed lemon juice—though it certainly doesn’t land like lemon juice. A modest white head departs to leave a ring of persistent bubbles. Aroma is huge: white wine character that’s ping-ponging between its herbaceous (and apple-y) Riesling notes and the more oak-kissed profile of California Chardonnay: soft vanilla, buttery oak and a toasty backdrop of barrel character. It’s super mouthwatering...

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  11. The Bruery Dodie

    The Bruery - Dodie

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    The Bruery’s especially good at finishing their high-ABV concoctions—sticking the landing, so to speak. For Dodie there’s a perfectly tuned, slightly prickly degree of carbonation that’s a perfect match to the heft of this beer. Tiny, tiny bubbles illuminating the surface of a very dense, Bourbon-minded, hefty core. This beer just feels excellent on the tongue overall: the opposite of top-heavy, this gains a lot in its liftoff courtesy of the...

    The Bruery’s especially good at finishing their high-ABV concoctions—sticking the landing, so to speak. For Dodie there’s a perfectly tuned, slightly prickly degree of carbonation that’s a perfect match to the heft of this beer. Tiny, tiny bubbles illuminating the surface of a very dense, Bourbon-minded, hefty core. This beer just feels excellent on the tongue overall: the opposite of top-heavy, this gains a lot in its liftoff courtesy of the...

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  12. To Øl - Snowball

    To Øl - Snowball

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    There’s a whole lot to like about this beer. A warm, peppery yeast element keeps everything feeling trim and focused throughout. There’s a density of fruit everywhere, ranging from the sweeter apricot and Meyer-lemon qualities through quieter notes of darker stuff: cherries, or plum. And citrusy, tropical nudges from Brett keep the whole package feeling fresh, bright.

    There’s a whole lot to like about this beer. A warm, peppery yeast element keeps everything feeling trim and focused throughout. There’s a density of fruit everywhere, ranging from the sweeter apricot and Meyer-lemon qualities through quieter notes of darker stuff: cherries, or plum. And citrusy, tropical nudges from Brett keep the whole package feeling fresh, bright.

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  13. 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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  14. Local’s Stash Reserve Series Black Barleywine Style Ale

    Crazy Mountain Brewing Company - Local’s Stash Reserve Series Black Barleywine

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    Pouring a dense, deep, dark hue, very nearly black save for some reddish flashes when held to a strong light, this brew looks impressive in the glass as its cap of foam slowly settles to a persistent ring. Chocolate overtones are obvious immediately in the aroma, invoking both milk and dark chocolate varieties, augmented by touches of ash and scorched caramel. There’s an earthiness too, strengthening with a good swirl, along with some spice...

    Pouring a dense, deep, dark hue, very nearly black save for some reddish flashes when held to a strong light, this brew looks impressive in the glass as its cap of foam slowly settles to a persistent ring. Chocolate overtones are obvious immediately in the aroma, invoking both milk and dark chocolate varieties, augmented by touches of ash and scorched caramel. There’s an earthiness too, strengthening with a good swirl, along with some spice...

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  15. EKU Pils

    EKU Brauerei - EKU Pils

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    As you might suspect from the name, EKU Pils is a pilsner, a style that has, very loosely-interpreted, become the most popular style of beer in the world since its invention in 1842. This style originated in the town of Pilsen in the Czech Republic, and it was the first beer to be brewed clear and golden in color (up until that time, beer was dark and rather murky). Though it’s always remained popular in the Czech Republic, the Germans...

    As you might suspect from the name, EKU Pils is a pilsner, a style that has, very loosely-interpreted, become the most popular style of beer in the world since its invention in 1842. This style originated in the town of Pilsen in the Czech Republic, and it was the first beer to be brewed clear and golden in color (up until that time, beer was dark and rather murky). Though it’s always remained popular in the Czech Republic, the Germans...

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