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  1. Kind of Blue

    Alesong Brewing & Blending - Kind of Blue

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    This is bottle-conditioned with plenty of acidity, so some months in the cellar should be just fine, but do note that the bright fruit character will tend to dissipate over time. For pairings, that plush blueberry character had us thinking goat cheese: creamy chevre or, given options, Cypress Grove’s Humboldt Fog (one of our favorites for lambic-ish sour beers in general).

    This is bottle-conditioned with plenty of acidity, so some months in the cellar should be just fine, but do note that the bright fruit character will tend to dissipate over time. For pairings, that plush blueberry character had us thinking goat cheese: creamy chevre or, given options, Cypress Grove’s Humboldt Fog (one of our favorites for lambic-ish sour beers in general).

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  2. Touch of Brett Mosaic

    Alesong Brewing & Blending - Touch of Brett Mosaic

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    The bottle conditioning and acidity give this some sturdiness, but we’d definitely encourage our Rare Beer Club members to enjoy this dry-hopped beer fresh, to savor more of those grassy and tropical elements. For pairings: citrusy salads, grilled vegetables, grilled seafoods.

    The bottle conditioning and acidity give this some sturdiness, but we’d definitely encourage our Rare Beer Club members to enjoy this dry-hopped beer fresh, to savor more of those grassy and tropical elements. For pairings: citrusy salads, grilled vegetables, grilled seafoods.

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  3. French 75

    Alesong Brewing & Blending - French 75

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    We’d be inclined to allow a little more of a cellaring window for this than Touch of Brett, as the core flavors seems a bit less volatile, but we’re also more likely drink it fresh given how it happens to be tasting now. The herbal focus suggests pairings of baked fish or roasted duck.

    We’d be inclined to allow a little more of a cellaring window for this than Touch of Brett, as the core flavors seems a bit less volatile, but we’re also more likely drink it fresh given how it happens to be tasting now. The herbal focus suggests pairings of baked fish or roasted duck.

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  4. Brasserie Fantôme - Vertignasse

    Brasserie Fantôme - Vertignasse

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    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...

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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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