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  1. Alesong Brewing & Blending - Raspberry Gose

    Alesong Brewing & Blending - Raspberry Gose

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    This is the very first release of Alesong’s Raspberry Gose, and we’re thrilled the team over at the brewery worked with us to make this one a Rare Beer Club exclusive. Aside from a little bit being held back for their tasting room, the bulk of the entire batch has been allocated for our thirsty RBC members. We’ve been fans of Matt Van Wyk’s beer for over a decade, from back when he was making award-winning beers at Flossmoor Station. The...

    This is the very first release of Alesong’s Raspberry Gose, and we’re thrilled the team over at the brewery worked with us to make this one a Rare Beer Club exclusive. Aside from a little bit being held back for their tasting room, the bulk of the entire batch has been allocated for our thirsty RBC members. We’ve been fans of Matt Van Wyk’s beer for over a decade, from back when he was making award-winning beers at Flossmoor Station. The...

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  2. Birra Antoniana Marechiaro

    Birrificio Antoniano - Birra Antoniana Marechiaro

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    This pale lager is part of Birrificio Antoniano's Panorama line, and takes its inspiration from Naples; in fact, it was designed as a celebration of the city and its gustatory delights. Specifically, the beer was developed in collaboration with the "Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana" to be the perfect pairing for authentic Neapolitan pizza. Marechiaro presents a bright golden color with crystal clarity and a crisp, white cap of foam. The...

    This pale lager is part of Birrificio Antoniano's Panorama line, and takes its inspiration from Naples; in fact, it was designed as a celebration of the city and its gustatory delights. Specifically, the beer was developed in collaboration with the "Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana" to be the perfect pairing for authentic Neapolitan pizza. Marechiaro presents a bright golden color with crystal clarity and a crisp, white cap of foam. The...

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  3. Birra Antoniana Vienna Style

    Birrificio Antoniano - Birra Antoniana Vienna Style

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    Pouring a golden amber hue with good clarity and a cap of off-white foam, this Italian version of Vienna Lager certainly looks the part. In the aroma, look for prominent undertones of caramel and fresh biscuit overlaid with a grassy and earthy European noble hop impression. Flavorwise, the caramelized malts are pretty rich, accompanied by biscuit and light bread crust character. There's a decent dollop of residual sweetness here too, which...

    Pouring a golden amber hue with good clarity and a cap of off-white foam, this Italian version of Vienna Lager certainly looks the part. In the aroma, look for prominent undertones of caramel and fresh biscuit overlaid with a grassy and earthy European noble hop impression. Flavorwise, the caramelized malts are pretty rich, accompanied by biscuit and light bread crust character. There's a decent dollop of residual sweetness here too, which...

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  4. Ambrata Barriquée

    Birrificio Torrechiara (Panil) - Ambrata Barriquée

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    We’re obviously big fans of Panil Barriquée, the core offering from Birrificio Torrechiara in Parma. And we immediately fell in love with this limited-edition release from that brewery, which takes the core sour-red, balsamic-tinged profile of Panil Barriquée, while moving the whole arrangement in a much more lambic-like direction. This is a refreshing, immaculately composed sour beer that, for us, combines the very best of lambics and...

    We’re obviously big fans of Panil Barriquée, the core offering from Birrificio Torrechiara in Parma. And we immediately fell in love with this limited-edition release from that brewery, which takes the core sour-red, balsamic-tinged profile of Panil Barriquée, while moving the whole arrangement in a much more lambic-like direction. This is a refreshing, immaculately composed sour beer that, for us, combines the very best of lambics and...

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  5. Brasserie Fantôme - Vertignasse

    Brasserie Fantôme - Vertignasse

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    That 4.5% ABV here suggests this is best enjoyed fresh—although experience indicates that some of these offerings from Brasserie Fantôme can prove surprisingly interesting with a bit of age behind. YMMV, for sure. Use those pepper and fruit foci to your advantage regarding pairings: roasted chicken’s one option, but this is also sturdy enough to stand up beside pork fare. Given its bold color, keep in mind we taste with our eyes first and pair...

    That 4.5% ABV here suggests this is best enjoyed fresh—although experience indicates that some of these offerings from Brasserie Fantôme can prove surprisingly interesting with a bit of age behind. YMMV, for sure. Use those pepper and fruit foci to your advantage regarding pairings: roasted chicken’s one option, but this is also sturdy enough to stand up beside pork fare. Given its bold color, keep in mind we taste with our eyes first and pair...

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  6. Brau Brothers Brewing Company - Village Tart

    Brau Brothers Brewing Company - Village Tart

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    Brau Brother’s Village Tart seemed like the ideal counterpoint for our other featured pick in the Rare Beer Club this month. Where Alesong’s Raspberry Gose is an especially plush and fruit-forward rendition in sour space, Village Tart presents compelling visions of the more savory side of things. The used oak barrels referenced on the label are whiskey barrels—and that spirit character is integrated into this beer in a way we found surprising...

    Brau Brother’s Village Tart seemed like the ideal counterpoint for our other featured pick in the Rare Beer Club this month. Where Alesong’s Raspberry Gose is an especially plush and fruit-forward rendition in sour space, Village Tart presents compelling visions of the more savory side of things. The used oak barrels referenced on the label are whiskey barrels—and that spirit character is integrated into this beer in a way we found surprising...

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  7. 2016 Oude Geuze Boon Black Label

    Brouwerij Boon - 2016 Oude Geuze Boon Black Label

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    Let’s start here: This is probably the tastiest geuze that Boon has ever released. First offered in late 2015 to celebrate the brewery’s 40th anniversary, this drier take on geuze was inspired by the brewery’s collaboration with Mikkeller—which resulted in Oude Geuze Boon “Bone Dry Selection” back in 2015. This month’s featured Oude Geuze Boon Black Label is similar in overall profile—it’s also a blend of beers aged 1, 2 and 3 years inside oak...

    Let’s start here: This is probably the tastiest geuze that Boon has ever released. First offered in late 2015 to celebrate the brewery’s 40th anniversary, this drier take on geuze was inspired by the brewery’s collaboration with Mikkeller—which resulted in Oude Geuze Boon “Bone Dry Selection” back in 2015. This month’s featured Oude Geuze Boon Black Label is similar in overall profile—it’s also a blend of beers aged 1, 2 and 3 years inside oak...

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  8. The Brett Conspiracy

    Cambridge Brewing Company - The Brett Conspiracy

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    This is bottle conditioned and should continue to develop nicely for quite some time, maybe a year or more, but keep an eye on it. The potency of the hops will fade quickly, and they’re a key aspect of this beer right now. For pairings: that fruit and firm core bitterness have us looking for cheese, ideally some creamier, hop-tempering options like Brie and Camembert.

    This is bottle conditioned and should continue to develop nicely for quite some time, maybe a year or more, but keep an eye on it. The potency of the hops will fade quickly, and they’re a key aspect of this beer right now. For pairings: that fruit and firm core bitterness have us looking for cheese, ideally some creamier, hop-tempering options like Brie and Camembert.

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  9. Blood Orange Neon Gypsy

    DuClaw Brewing Company - Blood Orange Neon Gypsy

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    Originally brewed as the first in DuClaw's Hop Continuum Series, the blood orange version of their Neon Gypsy IPA sold so well that it's now been promoted to a year-round offering. The original Neon Gypsy is a very citrus-forward IPA, and the infusion of blood orange juice in this version just amplifies that character in all the right ways. Pouring a rich orange-amber color, this brew offers up quite the inviting aroma; look for big citrus...

    Originally brewed as the first in DuClaw's Hop Continuum Series, the blood orange version of their Neon Gypsy IPA sold so well that it's now been promoted to a year-round offering. The original Neon Gypsy is a very citrus-forward IPA, and the infusion of blood orange juice in this version just amplifies that character in all the right ways. Pouring a rich orange-amber color, this brew offers up quite the inviting aroma; look for big citrus...

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  10. Hop Hammer

    DuClaw Brewing Company - Hop Hammer

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    With Hop Hammer, DuClaw's brewers set out to build an extremely flavorful IPA while keeping the bitterness level less aggressive than many other modern takes on the style. A total of 6 different hop varieties are incorporated, and the majority of the hop additions come late in the boil, at flameout, and during dry-hopping – leading to an abundance of complex flavors without the bitterness that comes from hop additions early in the boil. Pouring...

    With Hop Hammer, DuClaw's brewers set out to build an extremely flavorful IPA while keeping the bitterness level less aggressive than many other modern takes on the style. A total of 6 different hop varieties are incorporated, and the majority of the hop additions come late in the boil, at flameout, and during dry-hopping – leading to an abundance of complex flavors without the bitterness that comes from hop additions early in the boil. Pouring...

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  11. Full Blast Summer Ale

    Fish Brewing Company - Full Blast Summer Ale

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    This Session IPA is Fish Brewing's summer seasonal, and we think they might want to consider it for their year-round line-up. Full Blast presents a bright golden-copper color in the glass, capped by a sticky head of foam. But we could smell this brew even before the pour, as it offered up a complex array of hoppy aromas. Look for bold, exotic spices melded into an equally bold set of fruity notes including mango, pineapple, and other tropical...

    This Session IPA is Fish Brewing's summer seasonal, and we think they might want to consider it for their year-round line-up. Full Blast presents a bright golden-copper color in the glass, capped by a sticky head of foam. But we could smell this brew even before the pour, as it offered up a complex array of hoppy aromas. Look for bold, exotic spices melded into an equally bold set of fruity notes including mango, pineapple, and other tropical...

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  12. Hodgson's Bitter End IPA

    Fish Brewing Company - Hodgson's Bitter End IPA

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    We suspect this brew is named in honor of William Hope Hodgson, an English author of fictional stories, many of which were set on the sea and invoked the many horrors of that setting, both real and fantastic. He was struck directly by an artillery shell in WWI in 1918 – a bitter end, indeed. His namesake IPA pours a lightly hazy medium amber-copper color, topped by plenty of foam which laces the glass as you drain it. On the nose, we picked up...

    We suspect this brew is named in honor of William Hope Hodgson, an English author of fictional stories, many of which were set on the sea and invoked the many horrors of that setting, both real and fantastic. He was struck directly by an artillery shell in WWI in 1918 – a bitter end, indeed. His namesake IPA pours a lightly hazy medium amber-copper color, topped by plenty of foam which laces the glass as you drain it. On the nose, we picked up...

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  13. Mudshark Porter

    Fish Brewing Company - Mudshark Porter

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    Very dark brown in the glass with deep garnet flashes and a cap of light brown foam, Mudshark offers a rich looking appearance. But, at just over 5% ABV, it's quite a sessionable brew, which is a good thing since after our first glass we wanted to follow with another straight away. On the nose, roasty notes of dark chocolate with hints of coffee meet a delicate floral hop overtone. Look for these characteristics to expand in the flavor with...

    Very dark brown in the glass with deep garnet flashes and a cap of light brown foam, Mudshark offers a rich looking appearance. But, at just over 5% ABV, it's quite a sessionable brew, which is a good thing since after our first glass we wanted to follow with another straight away. On the nose, roasty notes of dark chocolate with hints of coffee meet a delicate floral hop overtone. Look for these characteristics to expand in the flavor with...

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  14. Vicious Circle Amber Ale

    Fish Brewing Company - Vicious Circle Amber Ale

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    Presenting a rich, deep amber-red capped by a head of beige foam that laces nicely as it receds, Vicious Circle drew us in right away. We found a nice balance between malt and hops in the aroma; look for esters of red fruits to merge with bright floral and citric hop notes, all atop a base of toast, caramel, and a hint of toffee. The balance continues in the flavor where rich caramel, moderate toasty, and light nutty notes form a core structure...

    Presenting a rich, deep amber-red capped by a head of beige foam that laces nicely as it receds, Vicious Circle drew us in right away. We found a nice balance between malt and hops in the aroma; look for esters of red fruits to merge with bright floral and citric hop notes, all atop a base of toast, caramel, and a hint of toffee. The balance continues in the flavor where rich caramel, moderate toasty, and light nutty notes form a core structure...

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  15. Wolters Pilsener

    Hofbrauhaus Wolters - Wolters Pilsener

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    It’s worth noting before we begin that it is acceptable to spell the name of this style of beer as “pilsner” or “pilsener.” The style originated in Pilsen, Czech Republic, but of course the Czechs spell Pilsen as “Plzeň,” so perhaps we should consider another spelling: “plzener.” Oh well, enough of that – on to the beer! On the pour, Wolters Pilsener presents a crystal clear, bright straw color with a fluffy bright white head. On the nose...

    It’s worth noting before we begin that it is acceptable to spell the name of this style of beer as “pilsner” or “pilsener.” The style originated in Pilsen, Czech Republic, but of course the Czechs spell Pilsen as “Plzeň,” so perhaps we should consider another spelling: “plzener.” Oh well, enough of that – on to the beer! On the pour, Wolters Pilsener presents a crystal clear, bright straw color with a fluffy bright white head. On the nose...

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