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  1. Yazoo Brewing Company - Vérifiez Vos Fruits!

    Yazoo Brewing Company - Vérifiez Vos Fruits!

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    From Yazoo Brewing’s Embrace The Funk program, we’re excited to feature Vérifiez Vos Fruits! this month as a Rare Beer Club exclusive. The name translates from French as Check Your Fruit, and this complex wild ale from Yazoo definitely includes some fruit you should check out. The hefty base beer here is somewhere between a Belgian-style tripel and golden strong ale, and its incredibly intricate yeast profile originates from twelve (!) different...

    From Yazoo Brewing’s Embrace The Funk program, we’re excited to feature Vérifiez Vos Fruits! this month as a Rare Beer Club exclusive. The name translates from French as Check Your Fruit, and this complex wild ale from Yazoo definitely includes some fruit you should check out. The hefty base beer here is somewhere between a Belgian-style tripel and golden strong ale, and its incredibly intricate yeast profile originates from twelve (!) different...

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  2. 10 Lords-A-Leaping

    The Bruery - 10 Lords-A-Leaping

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    We’re excited to get this latest release in The Bruery’s “The Twelve Days of Christmas” out to our Rare Beer Club members, as it’s one of our favorites in the series so far. A full-bodied dark imperial wit, it’s brewed with a mellow assortment of 10 different spices to celebrate its position in the lineup: allspice, anise, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, dried apples, ginger, mace, nutmeg and orange peel. For the lengthy list, the overall impact...

    We’re excited to get this latest release in The Bruery’s “The Twelve Days of Christmas” out to our Rare Beer Club members, as it’s one of our favorites in the series so far. A full-bodied dark imperial wit, it’s brewed with a mellow assortment of 10 different spices to celebrate its position in the lineup: allspice, anise, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, dried apples, ginger, mace, nutmeg and orange peel. For the lengthy list, the overall impact...

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  3. First Bite Pale Ale

    Spider Bite Beer Company - First Bite Pale Ale

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    This pale ale was the first beer the Spider Bite guys brewed together, hence the name, First Bite. A rich and hazy reddish-orange hue brightens our glasses on the pour, topped with a nicely lacing cap of foam. We picked up big citrus notes in the aroma, along with pine and some herbal spice character. The malts make an appearance here, too, with a noticeable undertone of caramel and light toast. These aromas translate well to the flavor...

    This pale ale was the first beer the Spider Bite guys brewed together, hence the name, First Bite. A rich and hazy reddish-orange hue brightens our glasses on the pour, topped with a nicely lacing cap of foam. We picked up big citrus notes in the aroma, along with pine and some herbal spice character. The malts make an appearance here, too, with a noticeable undertone of caramel and light toast. These aromas translate well to the flavor...

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  4. Boris the Spider

    Spider Bite Beer Company - Boris the Spider

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    Ah, nothing like an imperial stout to warm one's bones as colder weather approaches. This big stout from Spider Bite pours an opaque black topped with a very rich, dark brown head. On the nose, look for a complex aroma; the hops and big malt bill combine to produce luscious chocolate notes – giving impressions of both dark and milk varieties – plus coffee, baking spices, deep caramel & toffee, and touches of scorched toast. As we took a sip...

    Ah, nothing like an imperial stout to warm one's bones as colder weather approaches. This big stout from Spider Bite pours an opaque black topped with a very rich, dark brown head. On the nose, look for a complex aroma; the hops and big malt bill combine to produce luscious chocolate notes – giving impressions of both dark and milk varieties – plus coffee, baking spices, deep caramel & toffee, and touches of scorched toast. As we took a sip...

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  5. Spencer Brewery - Trappist Imperial Stout

    Spencer Brewery - Trappist Imperial Stout

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    We’ve been enjoying everything we’ve crossed thus far from Spencer Brewery—but Trappist Imperial Stout blew us away. Described as (approximately) an “Anglo-Russo imperial stout,” it offers the drinkability and hugely complex malt range of the finest Belgian strong ales, and adds in the delicious roast and bitter-chocolate qualities of some of the tastiest American and Russian-style imperial stouts. There’s a surprisingly firm hop bitterness...

    We’ve been enjoying everything we’ve crossed thus far from Spencer Brewery—but Trappist Imperial Stout blew us away. Described as (approximately) an “Anglo-Russo imperial stout,” it offers the drinkability and hugely complex malt range of the finest Belgian strong ales, and adds in the delicious roast and bitter-chocolate qualities of some of the tastiest American and Russian-style imperial stouts. There’s a surprisingly firm hop bitterness...

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  6. Pickled Santa

    Ridgeway Brewing - Pickled Santa

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    Well, this somewhat strangely named beer is much tastier than one might expect from its name. The name reflects that the beer is spiced, but don’t worry – there’s no dill in this beer nor does it present any other pickle-like qualities. Many winter beers are spiced, and the catch-all term for the style is “Winter Warmer” due to the rather high (especially by traditional British standards) alcohol percentage that often exceeds 6% ABV. Ridgeway...

    Well, this somewhat strangely named beer is much tastier than one might expect from its name. The name reflects that the beer is spiced, but don’t worry – there’s no dill in this beer nor does it present any other pickle-like qualities. Many winter beers are spiced, and the catch-all term for the style is “Winter Warmer” due to the rather high (especially by traditional British standards) alcohol percentage that often exceeds 6% ABV. Ridgeway...

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  7. Imperial Barley Wine Ale (2015 Vintage)

    Ridgeway Brewing - Imperial Barley Wine Ale (2015 Vintage)

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    Pouring a bright copper-amber color with great clarity, this brew is quite aromatic. (And please do use a glass with this one for the best experience.) At 10% ABV, it's not a surprise to catch a whiff of alcohol, but underpinning that is a nice mix of caramelized malts and various fruity notes. Look for stone fruits akin to apricot and plum, along with light tones of dried fig and raisin, joined by some honey and just a wisp of citrus. On...

    Pouring a bright copper-amber color with great clarity, this brew is quite aromatic. (And please do use a glass with this one for the best experience.) At 10% ABV, it's not a surprise to catch a whiff of alcohol, but underpinning that is a nice mix of caramelized malts and various fruity notes. Look for stone fruits akin to apricot and plum, along with light tones of dried fig and raisin, joined by some honey and just a wisp of citrus. On...

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  8. Session 18

    Red River Brewing Company - Session 18

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    Named in honor of Louisiana being the 18th state to be admitted to the Union, this session IPA gets off to a great start by looking inviting in the glass: golden-copper in color with a robust, dense, and persistent cap of foam. We found the beer immediately impressive on the nose with luscious, fruity hop aromas of citrus and tropical fruits softened by engaging floral notes. 3.9% ABV never smelled so good. Look for those hop aromas to deliver...

    Named in honor of Louisiana being the 18th state to be admitted to the Union, this session IPA gets off to a great start by looking inviting in the glass: golden-copper in color with a robust, dense, and persistent cap of foam. We found the beer immediately impressive on the nose with luscious, fruity hop aromas of citrus and tropical fruits softened by engaging floral notes. 3.9% ABV never smelled so good. Look for those hop aromas to deliver...

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  9. River Monster

    Red River Brewing Company - River Monster

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    The folks at Red River developed this brew as a sort of imperialized mash-up between a Scottish Ale, with all of its malty backbone, and an American-style IPA, with all of its hoppy glory. Pouring a very deep red color, almost brown, and topped with plenty of sticky foam, River Monster looks as big as it tastes. On the nose, we were struck by a veritable fruit cocktail of aromas; look for citrus, pineapple and other tropical fruits, berries...

    The folks at Red River developed this brew as a sort of imperialized mash-up between a Scottish Ale, with all of its malty backbone, and an American-style IPA, with all of its hoppy glory. Pouring a very deep red color, almost brown, and topped with plenty of sticky foam, River Monster looks as big as it tastes. On the nose, we were struck by a veritable fruit cocktail of aromas; look for citrus, pineapple and other tropical fruits, berries...

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  10. Penalty Bock

    Red River Brewing Company - Penalty Bock

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    Brewed to celebrate the Shreveport Mudbugs NAHL junior hockey team (we love their angry crawdad logo), Penalty Bock presents an attractive reddish-amber hue with nice clarity and a fluffy head of khaki foam. Inviting malty aromas, as we expect and look forward to in this style, are apparent right away. Look for caramel, brown sugar, and a bready impression, bolstered by overtones of dried fruit reminiscent of fig or raisin, a hallmark of...

    Brewed to celebrate the Shreveport Mudbugs NAHL junior hockey team (we love their angry crawdad logo), Penalty Bock presents an attractive reddish-amber hue with nice clarity and a fluffy head of khaki foam. Inviting malty aromas, as we expect and look forward to in this style, are apparent right away. Look for caramel, brown sugar, and a bready impression, bolstered by overtones of dried fruit reminiscent of fig or raisin, a hallmark of...

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  11. Hay Ryed

    Red River Brewing Company - Hay Ryed

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    Pouring a crystal-clear, bright golden-straw color topped with an off-white cap of foam, this easy-drinking brew offers up a crisp aroma of pale malt, wheat, a touch of apple, and spicy-herbal overtones from the Saaz hop contribution and the deft use of rye. In the flavor, look for a core of crackery pale and pils malts, with wheat and acidulated malt working together to offer a mild tangy character. As in the aroma, a touch of spicy rye...

    Pouring a crystal-clear, bright golden-straw color topped with an off-white cap of foam, this easy-drinking brew offers up a crisp aroma of pale malt, wheat, a touch of apple, and spicy-herbal overtones from the Saaz hop contribution and the deft use of rye. In the flavor, look for a core of crackery pale and pils malts, with wheat and acidulated malt working together to offer a mild tangy character. As in the aroma, a touch of spicy rye...

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  12. Primátor Maibock

    Primátor A.S. - Primátor Maibock

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    “What’s a maibock?” you ask. Also commonly known as a Helles Bock, it’s a variant of bock that’s lighter in color and generally a bit more assertive in the hop department. On the pour, Primátor Maibock presents a rich golden color with a sizeable off-white head that leaves some foam clinging to the glass as you drain it. We found the malty aromas to be pretty big on this one while the hop aromas took a bit of a back seat; expect a prominent...

    “What’s a maibock?” you ask. Also commonly known as a Helles Bock, it’s a variant of bock that’s lighter in color and generally a bit more assertive in the hop department. On the pour, Primátor Maibock presents a rich golden color with a sizeable off-white head that leaves some foam clinging to the glass as you drain it. We found the malty aromas to be pretty big on this one while the hop aromas took a bit of a back seat; expect a prominent...

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  13. Primátor IPA

    Primátor A.S. - Primátor IPA

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    It's not every day that one crosses paths with a Czech IPA, so we were certainly intrigued when sampling this brew. Pouring a lightly hazy orange-amber color with a robust head of very persistent off-white foam (which laces well when it finally settles), it definitely looks attractive in the glass. For this beer, Primátor has developed a proprietary blend of seven different hop varieties from around the world to create a complex and unusual...

    It's not every day that one crosses paths with a Czech IPA, so we were certainly intrigued when sampling this brew. Pouring a lightly hazy orange-amber color with a robust head of very persistent off-white foam (which laces well when it finally settles), it definitely looks attractive in the glass. For this beer, Primátor has developed a proprietary blend of seven different hop varieties from around the world to create a complex and unusual...

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  14. O’so Brewing Company - Tuppen’s Demise

    O’so Brewing Company - Tuppen’s Demise

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    This is a touch higher in ABV than Scarlet Letter, and fuller in flavor profile, such that it’s a bit more sturdy for some cellaring time. Check aging bottles regularly to see how those fruit elements are evolving. For pairings, the blueberries plus lemony tartness had us thinking of vanilla-focused desserts and buttery pastries—syncing to the oaky vanilla at the beer’s core.

    This is a touch higher in ABV than Scarlet Letter, and fuller in flavor profile, such that it’s a bit more sturdy for some cellaring time. Check aging bottles regularly to see how those fruit elements are evolving. For pairings, the blueberries plus lemony tartness had us thinking of vanilla-focused desserts and buttery pastries—syncing to the oaky vanilla at the beer’s core.

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  15. O'so Brewing Company - Scarlet Letter

    O’so Brewing Company - Scarlet Letter

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    Despite the light ABV, this has plenty of acidity and should be good for a bit of time in the cellar. We don’t expect lambic-like longevity, and certain elements of the fruit character may dissipate sooner rather than later. Given its acidity and cranberry character, you could do far worse things with your life than bust a bottle of Scarlet Letter out for Thanksgiving turkey.

    Despite the light ABV, this has plenty of acidity and should be good for a bit of time in the cellar. We don’t expect lambic-like longevity, and certain elements of the fruit character may dissipate sooner rather than later. Given its acidity and cranberry character, you could do far worse things with your life than bust a bottle of Scarlet Letter out for Thanksgiving turkey.

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