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  1. WooHa Brewing Company - Wheat Beer

    WooHa Brewing Company - Wheat Beer

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    We knew we were in for a bit of a rarer take on a wheat beer from the start of the pour, as our glasses filled with a richer amber hue than we typically get with most beers in the broad wheat beer family. It's a bit reminiscent of a dunkel weizen, although it does not smell or taste like one. Unfiltered and hazy with a robust cap of tight-bubbled, long-lasting foam, this ale looks very inviting. In the aroma department, look for notes of...

    We knew we were in for a bit of a rarer take on a wheat beer from the start of the pour, as our glasses filled with a richer amber hue than we typically get with most beers in the broad wheat beer family. It's a bit reminiscent of a dunkel weizen, although it does not smell or taste like one. Unfiltered and hazy with a robust cap of tight-bubbled, long-lasting foam, this ale looks very inviting. In the aroma department, look for notes of...

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  2. WooHa Brewing Company - India Pale Ale

    WooHa Brewing Company - India Pale Ale

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    On the pour, this is one deeply-colored IPA, presenting an unfiltered amber-brown topped by sticky foam that laces as it recedes very slowly. We picked up plenty of inviting fruity and floral notes in the aroma including tropical and stone fruits, a hint of berry, light herbal spice and a touch of citrus. WooHa built their IPA with a hefty malt bill, creating a brew with a robust backbone of toasty and caramel notes and a luscious, well-bodied...

    On the pour, this is one deeply-colored IPA, presenting an unfiltered amber-brown topped by sticky foam that laces as it recedes very slowly. We picked up plenty of inviting fruity and floral notes in the aroma including tropical and stone fruits, a hint of berry, light herbal spice and a touch of citrus. WooHa built their IPA with a hefty malt bill, creating a brew with a robust backbone of toasty and caramel notes and a luscious, well-bodied...

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  3. The Porterhouse Brewing Company - Oyster Stout

    The Porterhouse Brewing Company - Oyster Stout

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    Originally just a term for the stouts served alongside oysters in British pubs, “oyster stout” has evolved as a style over time. 19th century brewers began using crushed oyster shells as a clarifier, but eventually they began adding the shells to the beer as it boiled – imparting a slight salinity and minerality to the beer. At some point early in the 20th century, some brewers started using the oysters themselves – which is exactly what...

    Originally just a term for the stouts served alongside oysters in British pubs, “oyster stout” has evolved as a style over time. 19th century brewers began using crushed oyster shells as a clarifier, but eventually they began adding the shells to the beer as it boiled – imparting a slight salinity and minerality to the beer. At some point early in the 20th century, some brewers started using the oysters themselves – which is exactly what...

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  4. Spencer Trappist Ale

    Spencer Brewery - Spencer Trappist Ale

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    Bright, coppery-golden in hue with a cap of off-white foam, this Belgian Pale Ale was inspired by the everyday-drinking, sessionable, table beers known as "patersbier" (fathers' beer) common at brewing monasteries for consumption by the monks themselves. On the nose, you'll immediately detect the classically Belgian clove-like phenolic notes that these beers are known for, bolstered by a dollop of herbal-earthy-spicy hops. On the palate...

    Bright, coppery-golden in hue with a cap of off-white foam, this Belgian Pale Ale was inspired by the everyday-drinking, sessionable, table beers known as "patersbier" (fathers' beer) common at brewing monasteries for consumption by the monks themselves. On the nose, you'll immediately detect the classically Belgian clove-like phenolic notes that these beers are known for, bolstered by a dollop of herbal-earthy-spicy hops. On the palate...

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  5. Spencer India Pale Ale

    Spencer Brewery - Spencer India Pale Ale

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    Behold the world's first Trappist IPA! Not content to only brew traditional abbey ale and European styles, the brothers at Spencer have decided to indulge our American palates with a bold IPA, and we think the world is a better place for it. Bright golden in the glass with a very long-lasting cap of fluffy and well-lacing foam, this IPA looks great as it offers up its big, hoppy aroma profile. Look for prominent juicy citrus notes conjuring...

    Behold the world's first Trappist IPA! Not content to only brew traditional abbey ale and European styles, the brothers at Spencer have decided to indulge our American palates with a bold IPA, and we think the world is a better place for it. Bright golden in the glass with a very long-lasting cap of fluffy and well-lacing foam, this IPA looks great as it offers up its big, hoppy aroma profile. Look for prominent juicy citrus notes conjuring...

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  6. Spencer Festive Lager

    Spencer Brewery - Spencer Festive Lager

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    Pouring a deep amber, approaching brown, and topped with plenty of foam, Festive Lager offers up a complex and inviting aroma profile. Look for mild to moderate caramel undertones, with fruity notes reminiscent of apples and stone fruits. Hops offer a lightly floral note with a touch of almost woody earthiness. Flavorwise, there's a core of rich caramelization and those aforementioned fruity notes. Interestingly, smoked malt is used during...

    Pouring a deep amber, approaching brown, and topped with plenty of foam, Festive Lager offers up a complex and inviting aroma profile. Look for mild to moderate caramel undertones, with fruity notes reminiscent of apples and stone fruits. Hops offer a lightly floral note with a touch of almost woody earthiness. Flavorwise, there's a core of rich caramelization and those aforementioned fruity notes. Interestingly, smoked malt is used during...

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  7. 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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  8. Space Ace Oddity

    O’so Brewing Company - Space Ace Oddity

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    We do love exclusives. The first batch of this exceptional beer from our friends over at O’so Brewing Co. was released back in 2016, as a one-off tribute to David Bowie. And, somehow, we were able to convince them to rebrew Space Ace Oddity for a Rare Beer Club exclusive this month. O’so does a lot of complex sour beers as a key part of their operation, and Space Ace Oddity combines masterful Brettanomyces characteristics that join perfectly...

    We do love exclusives. The first batch of this exceptional beer from our friends over at O’so Brewing Co. was released back in 2016, as a one-off tribute to David Bowie. And, somehow, we were able to convince them to rebrew Space Ace Oddity for a Rare Beer Club exclusive this month. O’so does a lot of complex sour beers as a key part of their operation, and Space Ace Oddity combines masterful Brettanomyces characteristics that join perfectly...

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  9. 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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  10. O’so Brewing Company - Blood of the Cherry

    O’so Brewing Company - Blood of the Cherry

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    This one’s tasting great at the moment, though it should be resilient enough for a bit of time in the cellar. That cherry and spice component had us thinking along similar pairing lines to Tuppen’s Demise, with vanilla/pastry desserts. More savory options: duck, or pork carnitas.

    This one’s tasting great at the moment, though it should be resilient enough for a bit of time in the cellar. That cherry and spice component had us thinking along similar pairing lines to Tuppen’s Demise, with vanilla/pastry desserts. More savory options: duck, or pork carnitas.

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  11. O’so Brewing Company - Arbre Qui Donne

    O’so Brewing Company - Arbre Qui Donne

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    As with the others, the acidity gives this some sturdiness for the cellar, but some of the fresh peach character may dissipate with time. Peach cobbler and vanilla-bean ice cream seems like an obvious option, given the core notes here, as does the almond-iness of Italian frangipane. Working within that peach and apricot emphasis, look to pork tenderloin or grilled chicken.

    As with the others, the acidity gives this some sturdiness for the cellar, but some of the fresh peach character may dissipate with time. Peach cobbler and vanilla-bean ice cream seems like an obvious option, given the core notes here, as does the almond-iness of Italian frangipane. Working within that peach and apricot emphasis, look to pork tenderloin or grilled chicken.

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  12. Luminous Ruins

    Mystic Brewery - Luminous Ruins

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    While flying under a lot of folks’ radar, Mystic has been producing some amazing stuff up at their spot just outside of Boston. Some examples: Spectral Evidence, an imperial stout using Massachusetts malted wheat and native yeast; Entropy, a 14.5% ABV “Boston Cognac” that goes through four fermentations with four different yeast strains; and Amais, one of the rare recent examples of a dark stock ale aged in American oak. And Mystic Brewery...

    While flying under a lot of folks’ radar, Mystic has been producing some amazing stuff up at their spot just outside of Boston. Some examples: Spectral Evidence, an imperial stout using Massachusetts malted wheat and native yeast; Entropy, a 14.5% ABV “Boston Cognac” that goes through four fermentations with four different yeast strains; and Amais, one of the rare recent examples of a dark stock ale aged in American oak. And Mystic Brewery...

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  13. 2015 Hand Selected Lambic

    Lambickx Private Domain - 2015 Hand Selected Lambic

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    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...

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  14. 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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  15. Wolters Pilsener

    Hofbrauhaus Wolters - Wolters Pilsener

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    It’s worth noting before we begin that it is acceptable to spell the name of this style of beer as “pilsner” or “pilsener.” The style originated in Pilsen, Czech Republic, but of course the Czechs spell Pilsen as “Plzeň,” so perhaps we should consider another spelling: “plzener.” Oh well, enough of that – on to the beer! On the pour, Wolters Pilsener presents a crystal clear, bright straw color with a fluffy bright white head. On the nose...

    It’s worth noting before we begin that it is acceptable to spell the name of this style of beer as “pilsner” or “pilsener.” The style originated in Pilsen, Czech Republic, but of course the Czechs spell Pilsen as “Plzeň,” so perhaps we should consider another spelling: “plzener.” Oh well, enough of that – on to the beer! On the pour, Wolters Pilsener presents a crystal clear, bright straw color with a fluffy bright white head. On the nose...

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