100% Satisfaction Guaranteed!
Our Phone Number is 800-625-8238 Our Phone Number is 800-625-8238

Reorder Your Favorites

List Grid

Set Descending Direction

Items 1-15 of 22

per page
Page
  1. 1
  2. 2
  1. Saison Du Pinacle

    Brasserie Dunham - Saison Du Pinacle

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    This month, we’re thrilled to be able to offer our Rare Beer Club members a taste from the folks at Brasserie Dunham in Québec: Saison du Pinacle, their delicious bottle-conditioned farmhouse ale, which is packed with additions of oats, rye and wheat, and potently hopped with hop varieties from the U.S. (Citra and Simcoe) and Australia (Topaz). This beer saw a very light distribution in the U.S. last year, sprinkling about 70 cases over 4–5 states.

    This month, we’re thrilled to be able to offer our Rare Beer Club members a taste from the folks at Brasserie Dunham in Québec: Saison du Pinacle, their delicious bottle-conditioned farmhouse ale, which is packed with additions of oats, rye and wheat, and potently hopped with hop varieties from the U.S. (Citra and Simcoe) and Australia (Topaz). This beer saw a very light distribution in the U.S. last year, sprinkling about 70 cases over 4–5 states.

    Learn More
  2. Brasserie Fantôme - Vertignasse

    Brasserie Fantôme - Vertignasse

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    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...

    Learn More
  3. MooJoos

    Brau Brothers Brewing Company - MooJoos

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    MooJoos is the flagship beer for Brau Brothers, accounting for over 40% of their annual production! Named after a childhood reference to chocolate milk, MooJoos is a fusion of two classic beer styles: Milk Stout and Oatmeal Stout. Toasted and Flaked oats are implemented to provide backbone and an oily slick mouthfeel, while milk sugar (lactose) provides a creamy, sweet essence that balances with layered roasted and toasted malts. Brau Brothers...

    MooJoos is the flagship beer for Brau Brothers, accounting for over 40% of their annual production! Named after a childhood reference to chocolate milk, MooJoos is a fusion of two classic beer styles: Milk Stout and Oatmeal Stout. Toasted and Flaked oats are implemented to provide backbone and an oily slick mouthfeel, while milk sugar (lactose) provides a creamy, sweet essence that balances with layered roasted and toasted malts. Brau Brothers...

    Learn More
  4. SheepHead

    Brau Brothers Brewing Company - SheepHead

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    Brau Brothers calls SheepHead an "American bitter", a combination of styles melding the deep and round maltiness of a British bitter with fruity and zesty American hops. With a big 77 IBU dose of American hops and an ABV over 7%, it could easily be considered in the IPA/Double IPA family, or the somewhat catch-all American Strong Ale category. Featuring the classic duo of Centennial and Cascade, the aroma of this light amber brew offers a...

    Brau Brothers calls SheepHead an "American bitter", a combination of styles melding the deep and round maltiness of a British bitter with fruity and zesty American hops. With a big 77 IBU dose of American hops and an ABV over 7%, it could easily be considered in the IPA/Double IPA family, or the somewhat catch-all American Strong Ale category. Featuring the classic duo of Centennial and Cascade, the aroma of this light amber brew offers a...

    Learn More
  5. The Brett Conspiracy

    Cambridge Brewing Company - The Brett Conspiracy

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    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.

    Learn More
  6. Devil's Advocate Ale

    Church Street Brewing Company - Devil's Advocate Ale

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    Devil's Advocate is Church Street's very competent take on the Belgian Strong Golden Ale, a style benchmarked by the famous Flemish beer, Duvel. In fact, Church Street uses Duvel's yeast strain to produce Devil's Advocate, and to good effect we might add. Bright and hazy golden in the glass topped by a robust head of foam, this ale offers up plenty of aromatic fireworks. Along with some stone fruit notes and a touch of cotton candy, look for...

    Devil's Advocate is Church Street's very competent take on the Belgian Strong Golden Ale, a style benchmarked by the famous Flemish beer, Duvel. In fact, Church Street uses Duvel's yeast strain to produce Devil's Advocate, and to good effect we might add. Bright and hazy golden in the glass topped by a robust head of foam, this ale offers up plenty of aromatic fireworks. Along with some stone fruit notes and a touch of cotton candy, look for...

    Learn More
  7. Heavenly Helles Lager

    Church Street Brewing Company - Heavenly Helles Lager

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    This "helles" or "pale" lager is one of the best representations of the style that we've come across outside of Germany. It's a deceptively tricky style to brew since even small flaws have nowhere to hide. Heavenly Helles certainly looks the part of an authentic German helles, pouring a bright golden-straw color with brilliant clarity. Our bottles had a touch of yeast sediment at the bottom, so be sure to pour gently for maximum clarity. On...

    This "helles" or "pale" lager is one of the best representations of the style that we've come across outside of Germany. It's a deceptively tricky style to brew since even small flaws have nowhere to hide. Heavenly Helles certainly looks the part of an authentic German helles, pouring a bright golden-straw color with brilliant clarity. Our bottles had a touch of yeast sediment at the bottom, so be sure to pour gently for maximum clarity. On...

    Learn More
  8. Local’s Stash Reserve Series: Gin Barrel Aged Juniper India Pale Ale

    Crazy Mountain Brewing Company - Local’s Stash Reserve Series: Gin Barrel Aged Juniper India Pale Ale

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    While potent enough to survive some cellar time, this hop-forward beer is definitely best on the fresher side, and we encourage Rare Beer Club members to enjoy bottles early on. Here, herbaceous and fruity hop qualities lead—we’d enjoy this one with roasted lamb or chicken.

    While potent enough to survive some cellar time, this hop-forward beer is definitely best on the fresher side, and we encourage Rare Beer Club members to enjoy bottles early on. Here, herbaceous and fruity hop qualities lead—we’d enjoy this one with roasted lamb or chicken.

    Learn More
  9. Local’s Stash Reserve Series: Rye Whiskey Barrel Aged Black India Pale Ale

    Crazy Mountain Brewing Company - Local’s Stash Reserve Series: Rye Whiskey Barrel Aged Black India Pale Ale

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    Given the hop focus here, we’d encourage our Rare Beer Club members to enjoy bottles of this early on, though time will definitely be a bit more forgiving than to typical IPAs. A mix of red-fruit, brown-sugar and caramel elements suggest ideal pairings with pork tenderloin.

    Given the hop focus here, we’d encourage our Rare Beer Club members to enjoy bottles of this early on, though time will definitely be a bit more forgiving than to typical IPAs. A mix of red-fruit, brown-sugar and caramel elements suggest ideal pairings with pork tenderloin.

    Learn More
  10. Local’s Stash Reserve Series: Tequila Barrel-Aged Double Wit

    Crazy Mountain Brewing Company - Local’s Stash Reserve Series: Tequila Barrel-Aged Double Wit

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    This is especially fit for earlier courses, with lots of citrusy acidity for salads and seafood. As there’s toasty barrel character beneath the citrus and subtle spice, it suggests a perfect pairing for baked flaky white fish. A potent ABV indicates this could have some lasting ability in the cellar. We’re digging it fresh, but it’s precisely brewed (and 9% ABV), so six months or so shouldn’t send it too far off course.

    This is especially fit for earlier courses, with lots of citrusy acidity for salads and seafood. As there’s toasty barrel character beneath the citrus and subtle spice, it suggests a perfect pairing for baked flaky white fish. A potent ABV indicates this could have some lasting ability in the cellar. We’re digging it fresh, but it’s precisely brewed (and 9% ABV), so six months or so shouldn’t send it too far off course.

    Learn More
  11. Exit 3: Blueberry Braggot

    Flying Fish Brewing Company - Exit 3: Blueberry Braggot

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    We don’t cross paths with an enormous number of braggots, but this one from Flying Fish makes us wish we did. This limited release—Exit 3: Blueberry Braggot—will see only about 60 cases sold outside of the Rare Beer Club allotment. This one threw us for a loop at first, but after we allowed it to warm, and really showcase the complexity that the braggot style’s capable of—well, then we understood. Blueberries aside for the moment, there’s...

    We don’t cross paths with an enormous number of braggots, but this one from Flying Fish makes us wish we did. This limited release—Exit 3: Blueberry Braggot—will see only about 60 cases sold outside of the Rare Beer Club allotment. This one threw us for a loop at first, but after we allowed it to warm, and really showcase the complexity that the braggot style’s capable of—well, then we understood. Blueberries aside for the moment, there’s...

    Learn More
  12. Noel de Calabaza [2015 Vintage]

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

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    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.

    Learn More
  13. Ladyface Ale Companie - Dérailleur

    Ladyface Ale Companie - Dérailleur

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    We’ve almost certainly never said most of those words in the same sentence before, nor ever really encountered a beer like this. The bière de garde style in its traditional form tends to get looked over in the grand scheme: maltier in the days of hops being the cool ingredient. Here the lean, modestly caramelized profile of the base bière de garde gets entirely transformed by those months spent aging in wine barrels. There’s puckering, zesty...

    We’ve almost certainly never said most of those words in the same sentence before, nor ever really encountered a beer like this. The bière de garde style in its traditional form tends to get looked over in the grand scheme: maltier in the days of hops being the cool ingredient. Here the lean, modestly caramelized profile of the base bière de garde gets entirely transformed by those months spent aging in wine barrels. There’s puckering, zesty...

    Learn More
  14. Ladyface Ale Companie - Flamberge

    Ladyface Ale Companie - Flamberge

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    The two years this beer spent aging in Cabernet wine barrels has done wonders for it—with a generous amount of that barrel presence coming through perfectly alongside the red ale at this beer’s core. The underpinning of deeper berries and darker fruit, along with a toasty oak vein providing both vanilla and a hint of char, brings this beer into terrain that most Flemish red ales never really approach. Having compared Dérailleur with Russian...

    The two years this beer spent aging in Cabernet wine barrels has done wonders for it—with a generous amount of that barrel presence coming through perfectly alongside the red ale at this beer’s core. The underpinning of deeper berries and darker fruit, along with a toasty oak vein providing both vanilla and a hint of char, brings this beer into terrain that most Flemish red ales never really approach. Having compared Dérailleur with Russian...

    Learn More
  15. 2015 Hand Selected Lambic

    Lambickx Private Domain - 2015 Hand Selected Lambic

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    We’re pretty darn thrilled with how this latest rendition of the Lambickx line turned out. It was originally brewed in 2013, then aged in 600-liter French oak barrels before being bottled in 2015. Our sampled batch was limited to 5,579 bottles, and these Lambickx releases see a very modest release in the U.S. overall: just over 100 cases in 2016, scattered in wee handfuls across about a dozen states. (The importer is expecting similar amounts...

    We’re pretty darn thrilled with how this latest rendition of the Lambickx line turned out. It was originally brewed in 2013, then aged in 600-liter French oak barrels before being bottled in 2015. Our sampled batch was limited to 5,579 bottles, and these Lambickx releases see a very modest release in the U.S. overall: just over 100 cases in 2016, scattered in wee handfuls across about a dozen states. (The importer is expecting similar amounts...

    Learn More

List Grid

Set Descending Direction

Items 1-15 of 22

per page
Page
  1. 1
  2. 2