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  1. River Horse Brewing Company Oatmeal Milk Stout

    Aass Bryggeri - Bayer

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    Pouring a pretty mahogany-like reddish brown and capped by, in the words of the brewery, a “café au lait” colored head, Aass Bayer certainly looks inviting. “Bayer” is a term akin to the descriptor “Bavarian”, a nod to the dark “dunkel” lagers which emanate from Munich and the surrounding region. Look for this dark lager to offer up notes of caramel, bread crust, hints of coffee, chocolate, and hay, plus a distinct fruity character underneath...

    Pouring a pretty mahogany-like reddish brown and capped by, in the words of the brewery, a “café au lait” colored head, Aass Bayer certainly looks inviting. “Bayer” is a term akin to the descriptor “Bavarian”, a nod to the dark “dunkel” lagers which emanate from Munich and the surrounding region. Look for this dark lager to offer up notes of caramel, bread crust, hints of coffee, chocolate, and hay, plus a distinct fruity character underneath...

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  2. Aass Juleøl Premium

    Aass Bryggeri - Juleøl Premium

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    “Juleøl” is a style of Christmas beer popular in Norway and other northern European countries. It’s usually a bit like a bock, a bit like a dunkel lager, and a bit like a Vienna lager, and it can be spiced or unspiced. It might seem odd to feature a Christmas beer a few months after Christmas, but when we sampled this brew in late 2016 we liked it and decided to work to get a batch of this rare style made and imported for our members this...

    “Juleøl” is a style of Christmas beer popular in Norway and other northern European countries. It’s usually a bit like a bock, a bit like a dunkel lager, and a bit like a Vienna lager, and it can be spiced or unspiced. It might seem odd to feature a Christmas beer a few months after Christmas, but when we sampled this brew in late 2016 we liked it and decided to work to get a batch of this rare style made and imported for our members this...

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  3. BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse - Grand Cru

    BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse - Grand Cru

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    Grand Cru is BJ’s holiday seasonal. It was originally a New Year’s Eve release celebrating the new millennium (which is basically a really small eon) and, after winning awards with it early on at the Great American Beer Festival and World Beer Cup, they stuck with the tradition of Belgian brewers by tweaking the holiday-seasonal recipe from year to year. About eight years ago, BJ’s wisely went back to that original award-winning Grand Cru..

    Grand Cru is BJ’s holiday seasonal. It was originally a New Year’s Eve release celebrating the new millennium (which is basically a really small eon) and, after winning awards with it early on at the Great American Beer Festival and World Beer Cup, they stuck with the tradition of Belgian brewers by tweaking the holiday-seasonal recipe from year to year. About eight years ago, BJ’s wisely went back to that original award-winning Grand Cru..

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  4. Brasserie Dupont - Avec Les Bons Voeux

    Brasserie Dupont - Avec Les Bons Voeux

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    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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  5. To-Ol-Snowball-Bottle

    Brasserie Fantôme - Fantôme de Noel

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    Like all of the beer selections in this special offer, this beer’s potent ABV doesn’t stand in its way of being incredibly drinkable and lean. A subtle alcohol warmth carries red fruits, and all those intricacies suggested in the aroma begin to play out in rapid succession: zest, citrus and savory elements, a hint of honey’s rounded sweetness, that black pepper again—and a yeasty complexity that seems to keep on going. Notes of candy, vanilla.

    Like all of the beer selections in this special offer, this beer’s potent ABV doesn’t stand in its way of being incredibly drinkable and lean. A subtle alcohol warmth carries red fruits, and all those intricacies suggested in the aroma begin to play out in rapid succession: zest, citrus and savory elements, a hint of honey’s rounded sweetness, that black pepper again—and a yeasty complexity that seems to keep on going. Notes of candy, vanilla.

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Xingu Black Beer

    Cervejaria Sul Brasileira - Xingu Black Beer

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    When you pour this beer you’ll see we ain’t lyin’ – this is one black beer. But Xingu is not to be confused with the German style of black beer known as Schwarzbier; this is really a different species and is quite unusual. On the nose, there are not the big roasty notes one expects from such a dark brew. Instead there’s an impressive complexity including sweetness akin to treacle (which is like a heavy, almost medicinal molasses), notes of...

    When you pour this beer you’ll see we ain’t lyin’ – this is one black beer. But Xingu is not to be confused with the German style of black beer known as Schwarzbier; this is really a different species and is quite unusual. On the nose, there are not the big roasty notes one expects from such a dark brew. Instead there’s an impressive complexity including sweetness akin to treacle (which is like a heavy, almost medicinal molasses), notes of...

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  9. Over-The-Rhine Ale

    Christian Moerlein Brewing Company - Over-The-Rhine Ale

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    Light- to medium-amber in the glass, with crystal clarity, Over-The-Rhine Ale produced quite an impressive head for us with an aggressive pour. On the nose, look for some fruity, juicy notes, almost like apple juice spiked with brown sugar, with ample ripe red apple notes, pears, a touch of Belgian-beer-like sweetness, fresh barley grains, a hint of alcohol, and grassy, earthy and somewhat woody hop notes that lean more toward citrus as the beer warms.

    Light- to medium-amber in the glass, with crystal clarity, Over-The-Rhine Ale produced quite an impressive head for us with an aggressive pour. On the nose, look for some fruity, juicy notes, almost like apple juice spiked with brown sugar, with ample ripe red apple notes, pears, a touch of Belgian-beer-like sweetness, fresh barley grains, a hint of alcohol, and grassy, earthy and somewhat woody hop notes that lean more toward citrus as the beer warms.

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  10. Heavy Seas Loose Cannon

    Clipper City Brewing Company - Heavy Seas Loose Cannon

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    Heavy Seas’ flagship beer pours a lightly hazy golden-copper color with plenty of sticky foam that drops nice lacing as you empty your glass. The first whiff of Loose Cannon unabashedly declares itself an American IPA. Look for big citrus aromas which lean toward tangerine and grapefruit, accompanied by piney-herbal notes and a big overall resinous quality. The six different hop varieties come through with a big, expressive, juicy fruit...

    Heavy Seas’ flagship beer pours a lightly hazy golden-copper color with plenty of sticky foam that drops nice lacing as you empty your glass. The first whiff of Loose Cannon unabashedly declares itself an American IPA. Look for big citrus aromas which lean toward tangerine and grapefruit, accompanied by piney-herbal notes and a big overall resinous quality. The six different hop varieties come through with a big, expressive, juicy fruit...

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  11. Heavy Seas Winter Storm

    Clipper City Brewing Company - Heavy Seas Winter Storm

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    ESB (Extra Special Bitter) is, despite how the name might sound, a very balanced English style that’s very much in line with what we might casually consider a pale ale in the U.S., albeit traditionally with British hop varieties. We can’t say we’ve had too many imperial or double ESBs, but after sampling what Heavy Seas has done with Winter Storm, we hope to encounter more. This winter seasonal beer pours a deep amber hue with crystal clarity...

    ESB (Extra Special Bitter) is, despite how the name might sound, a very balanced English style that’s very much in line with what we might casually consider a pale ale in the U.S., albeit traditionally with British hop varieties. We can’t say we’ve had too many imperial or double ESBs, but after sampling what Heavy Seas has done with Winter Storm, we hope to encounter more. This winter seasonal beer pours a deep amber hue with crystal clarity...

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  12. Local’s Stash Reserve Series Black Barleywine Style Ale

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

    $0.00 Includes S&H

    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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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. 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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