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  1. French 75

    Alesong Brewing & Blending - French 75

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    We’d be inclined to allow a little more of a cellaring window for this than Touch of Brett, as the core flavors seems a bit less volatile, but we’re also more likely drink it fresh given how it happens to be tasting now. The herbal focus suggests pairings of baked fish or roasted duck.

    We’d be inclined to allow a little more of a cellaring window for this than Touch of Brett, as the core flavors seems a bit less volatile, but we’re also more likely drink it fresh given how it happens to be tasting now. The herbal focus suggests pairings of baked fish or roasted duck.

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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Cheap Date

    Arcadia Brewing Company - Cheap Date

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    This session ale from Arcadia pours a lightly hazy, pale straw color topped with a voluminous cap of white foam. It's well-carbonated, so pour gently and perhaps choose a tall glass to accommodate the head. On the nose, we picked up some intriguing touches of berry, leaning towards strawberries, as well as melon-like overtones. Additionally, look for some inviting tropical fruit notes with a touch of lemony citrus. On the palate, pils malt...

    This session ale from Arcadia pours a lightly hazy, pale straw color topped with a voluminous cap of white foam. It's well-carbonated, so pour gently and perhaps choose a tall glass to accommodate the head. On the nose, we picked up some intriguing touches of berry, leaning towards strawberries, as well as melon-like overtones. Additionally, look for some inviting tropical fruit notes with a touch of lemony citrus. On the palate, pils malt...

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  6. Hopmouth

    Arcadia Brewing Company - Hopmouth

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    This double IPA offers a rich and hazy reddish-amber hue topped by a khaki head that recedes slowly to a persistent collar. For this beer, Arcadia employs the famous "Three Cs" – Cascade, Columbus, and Centennial hops – delivering a quintessentially American hop character. Look for a floral impression similar to citrus blossoms, along with orange peel and other citrus notes, plus notes of pine and some spicy and earthy undertones. These...

    This double IPA offers a rich and hazy reddish-amber hue topped by a khaki head that recedes slowly to a persistent collar. For this beer, Arcadia employs the famous "Three Cs" – Cascade, Columbus, and Centennial hops – delivering a quintessentially American hop character. Look for a floral impression similar to citrus blossoms, along with orange peel and other citrus notes, plus notes of pine and some spicy and earthy undertones. These...

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  7. Rapunzel

    Arcadia Brewing Company - Rapunzel

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    With Rapunzel, Arcadia set out to craft a wheat IPA that would deliver the delicious juicy hoppiness of an American-style IPA along with the light and somewhat tangy character of a wheat ale. They also integrate Michigan-grown hops, and we salute the use of local ingredients! This golden brew presents nicely in the glass with plenty of foam that laces well as one drains the glass. In traditional wheat ale form, our bottles had a decent dollop...

    With Rapunzel, Arcadia set out to craft a wheat IPA that would deliver the delicious juicy hoppiness of an American-style IPA along with the light and somewhat tangy character of a wheat ale. They also integrate Michigan-grown hops, and we salute the use of local ingredients! This golden brew presents nicely in the glass with plenty of foam that laces well as one drains the glass. In traditional wheat ale form, our bottles had a decent dollop...

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  8. Sky High Rye

    Arcadia Brewing Company - Sky High Rye

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    We like rye beers. There's something about the subtle spicy, and sometimes fruity, character of the grain that adds a nice, subtle extra dimension to a brew. This rye pale ale from Arcadia presents a bright golden hue with a tight cap of foam that laces well as it drops. We had a bit of yeast sediment in our bottles that we swirled up and included in our pour. In the aroma department, we got a very floral character with additional notes of...

    We like rye beers. There's something about the subtle spicy, and sometimes fruity, character of the grain that adds a nice, subtle extra dimension to a brew. This rye pale ale from Arcadia presents a bright golden hue with a tight cap of foam that laces well as it drops. We had a bit of yeast sediment in our bottles that we swirled up and included in our pour. In the aroma department, we got a very floral character with additional notes of...

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  9. Bloodshot Red

    Argus Brewery - Bloodshot Red

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    Brewed to honor Chicago's independent record label, Bloodshot Records, this medium amber beer is brewed in the style of Extra Special Bitter, or ESB. An English style, it's not particularly bitter by American craft beer standards; rather, it's an amped up version of an English Bitter, with more malt and hop character, and generally a higher ABV. Bloodshot Red offers up an aroma that starts quite juicy with really pleasant citrus and floral...

    Brewed to honor Chicago's independent record label, Bloodshot Records, this medium amber beer is brewed in the style of Extra Special Bitter, or ESB. An English style, it's not particularly bitter by American craft beer standards; rather, it's an amped up version of an English Bitter, with more malt and hop character, and generally a higher ABV. Bloodshot Red offers up an aroma that starts quite juicy with really pleasant citrus and floral...

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  10. Golden Prairie Ale

    Argus Brewery - Golden Prairie Ale

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    This superb altbier is brewmaster Ted Furman's original recipe, and the central flagship beer of his Golden Prairie brand, which he founded in Chicago in 1991. Now produced at Argus, this brew lives on, and the Chicagoland area is all the richer for it. Altbier (which translates from German as "old beer") is a style that emerged in Düsseldorf, and is the product of a style of beer-making older than the lager styles that Germany is most known...

    This superb altbier is brewmaster Ted Furman's original recipe, and the central flagship beer of his Golden Prairie brand, which he founded in Chicago in 1991. Now produced at Argus, this brew lives on, and the Chicagoland area is all the richer for it. Altbier (which translates from German as "old beer") is a style that emerged in Düsseldorf, and is the product of a style of beer-making older than the lager styles that Germany is most known...

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  11. Pegasus IPA

    Argus Brewery - Pegasus IPA

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    Argus' IPA presents well in the glass: quite red in color with a head of tight-bubbled foam that drops lace as it recedes. As we expect from an IPA, there are a lot of fireworks on the nose. Luscious hops issue a delightfully fruity and floral aroma with some earthy undertones and unmistakable citrus notes. A robust caramel malt profile is apparent, lurking beneath. On the palate...wow, there's a lot of hops going on here. Thankfully Pegasus...

    Argus' IPA presents well in the glass: quite red in color with a head of tight-bubbled foam that drops lace as it recedes. As we expect from an IPA, there are a lot of fireworks on the nose. Luscious hops issue a delightfully fruity and floral aroma with some earthy undertones and unmistakable citrus notes. A robust caramel malt profile is apparent, lurking beneath. On the palate...wow, there's a lot of hops going on here. Thankfully Pegasus...

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  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. 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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