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  1. Alphabet City Brewing Company - Easy Blonde

    Alphabet City Brewing Company - Easy Blonde

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    Easy Blonde is inspired by kölsch, a German beer style hailing from Köln (Colonge) that, despite classification as an ale, is cold-conditioned like a lager for an overall cleanness and a crisp finish. Like many blonde/golden ales, the recipe and brewing procedure is a challenge to perfect as any flaws are readily apparent, unable to hide behind a ton of bold, complex flavors. On the pour, Easy Blonde offers a golden straw color capped with a...

    Easy Blonde is inspired by kölsch, a German beer style hailing from Köln (Colonge) that, despite classification as an ale, is cold-conditioned like a lager for an overall cleanness and a crisp finish. Like many blonde/golden ales, the recipe and brewing procedure is a challenge to perfect as any flaws are readily apparent, unable to hide behind a ton of bold, complex flavors. On the pour, Easy Blonde offers a golden straw color capped with a...

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  2. Saison Du Pinacle

    Brasserie Dunham - Saison Du Pinacle

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    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.

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  3. 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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  4. Crazy Mountain Brewing Company - Snowcat

    Crazy Mountain Brewing Company - Cara de Luna

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    Crazy Mountain describes this beer as a unique "mutt" featuring German hops, Belgian malt, and American yeast, with the end result being a "Black German Pale Ale." Sounds nuts, huh? Well it is Crazy Mountain after all. Pouring a very dark brown with a nice cap of dense foam, Cara de Luna offers up a nose of deep caramel and chocolate, with a bit of a fig-like fruity character, a touch of rum, and a wisp of licorice. In the flavor department...

    Crazy Mountain describes this beer as a unique "mutt" featuring German hops, Belgian malt, and American yeast, with the end result being a "Black German Pale Ale." Sounds nuts, huh? Well it is Crazy Mountain after all. Pouring a very dark brown with a nice cap of dense foam, Cara de Luna offers up a nose of deep caramel and chocolate, with a bit of a fig-like fruity character, a touch of rum, and a wisp of licorice. In the flavor department...

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  5. 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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  6. Local’s Stash Reserve Series: Bourbon Barrel Aged Scotch Ale

    Crazy Mountain Brewing Company - Local’s Stash Reserve Series: Bourbon Barrel Aged Scotch Ale

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    The brewery suggests aging their Bourbon Barrel Aged Scotch Ale for up to a year after the bottling date. The caramelization and middle-malt focus suggest good pairing options with aged Goudas or roasted-pork dishes.

    The brewery suggests aging their Bourbon Barrel Aged Scotch Ale for up to a year after the bottling date. The caramelization and middle-malt focus suggest good pairing options with aged Goudas or roasted-pork dishes.

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  7. 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

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    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.

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  8. 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

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    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.

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  9. Local’s Stash Reserve Series: Tequila Barrel-Aged Double Wit

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

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    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.

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  10. Crazy Mountain Brewing Company - Snowcat

    Crazy Mountain Brewing Company - Snowcat

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    Produced in collaboration with Denver's Coda Coffee Company, whose artisanal coffee is incorporated into the beer's recipe, Snowcat pours a deep, dark, virtually black brew with a rich brown head which drops to a persistent ring. Look for roasty aromas of dark chocolate, brown bread, deep caramel, and coffee, with a touch of earth and spice. Unsurprisingly, this is a bold brew on the palate, with robust roasted and ashy notes and mild to

    Produced in collaboration with Denver's Coda Coffee Company, whose artisanal coffee is incorporated into the beer's recipe, Snowcat pours a deep, dark, virtually black brew with a rich brown head which drops to a persistent ring. Look for roasty aromas of dark chocolate, brown bread, deep caramel, and coffee, with a touch of earth and spice. Unsurprisingly, this is a bold brew on the palate, with robust roasted and ashy notes and mild to

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  11. Exit 3: Blueberry Braggot

    Flying Fish Brewing Company - Exit 3: Blueberry Braggot

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    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...

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  12.  High Water Brewing Company - Aphotic (with Cacao Nibs)

    High Water Brewing Company - Aphotic (with Cacao Nibs)

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    Some of our Rare Beer Club members may already be familiar with the folks at High Water Brewing in northern California. Their Aphotic imperial porter (the name’s Greek, translating to “without light”) is another High Water core, showcasing a masterful depth via dark malts. And then there’s Hop Riot IPA, the brewery’s flagship—an aggressively dank and lean West-Coast IPA, which offers up an excellent taste of what these folks can do with pungent hops....

    Some of our Rare Beer Club members may already be familiar with the folks at High Water Brewing in northern California. Their Aphotic imperial porter (the name’s Greek, translating to “without light”) is another High Water core, showcasing a masterful depth via dark malts. And then there’s Hop Riot IPA, the brewery’s flagship—an aggressively dank and lean West-Coast IPA, which offers up an excellent taste of what these folks can do with pungent hops....

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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. Ladyface Ale Companie - Dérailleur

    Ladyface Ale Companie - Dérailleur

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    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...

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  15. Ladyface Ale Companie - Flamberge

    Ladyface Ale Companie - Flamberge

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    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...

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