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  1. 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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  2. Iroquois Pale Ale

    Adirondack Brewery - Iroquois Pale Ale

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    This bold, in-your-face IPA pours an attractive bright orange-copper topped by a cap of sticky foam which laces as it recedes. We were immediately taken in by the super-aromatic nose; there's a cavalcade of inviting hop notes thanks to Adirondack's generous use of a half-dozen different hop varieties. Look for juicy grapefruit citrus notes, tropical fruit, melon, pine, and fragrant floral and spice tones. Thankfully, the story repeats on the...

    This bold, in-your-face IPA pours an attractive bright orange-copper topped by a cap of sticky foam which laces as it recedes. We were immediately taken in by the super-aromatic nose; there's a cavalcade of inviting hop notes thanks to Adirondack's generous use of a half-dozen different hop varieties. Look for juicy grapefruit citrus notes, tropical fruit, melon, pine, and fragrant floral and spice tones. Thankfully, the story repeats on the...

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  3. Calicraft Brewing Company - Coast

    Calicraft Brewing Company - Coast

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    Kölsch is a classic German style hailing from Köln (Cologne) that's made with top-fermenting ale yeast, but then cold conditioned like lager. It's one of those styles that can be tricky to brew given that there are no big fireworks or super brash notes behind which the brewer can hide mistakes. We're big fans of the style when done right; it's just a deliciously simple, balanced, dry beer that quenches thirst and beckons sip after sip.

    Kölsch is a classic German style hailing from Köln (Cologne) that's made with top-fermenting ale yeast, but then cold conditioned like lager. It's one of those styles that can be tricky to brew given that there are no big fireworks or super brash notes behind which the brewer can hide mistakes. We're big fans of the style when done right; it's just a deliciously simple, balanced, dry beer that quenches thirst and beckons sip after sip.

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  4. Oaktown

    Calicraft Brewing Company - Oaktown

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    Brown ales are one of those styles that often gets a bit overlooked among the flashier styles, and we have to admit we're guilty of this ourselves. But, truth be told, many of the brown ales we sample are just not that exciting, and frankly are rather insipid. Oaktown is definitely not one of those beers. This oaked brown ale presents a very deep brown color with reddish flashes, and offers quite the inviting aroma. Richly malty notes are...

    Brown ales are one of those styles that often gets a bit overlooked among the flashier styles, and we have to admit we're guilty of this ourselves. But, truth be told, many of the brown ales we sample are just not that exciting, and frankly are rather insipid. Oaktown is definitely not one of those beers. This oaked brown ale presents a very deep brown color with reddish flashes, and offers quite the inviting aroma. Richly malty notes are...

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  5. HopAnomaly (Barrel Aged Reserve Series)

    Nebraska Brewing Company - HopAnomaly (Barrel Aged Reserve Series)

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    We’ve been really enjoying the barrel-aged releases from Nebraska Brewing Co., and this one is our favorite so far. We ended up pouring our tastes into Reidel Vinum beer glasses, which felt like a reasonable size given the 10%+ ABV on this, and this ended up casting up a solid foam and modest haze. The entire span of the Barrel Aged Reserve Series we’ve been lucky enough to sample thus far has been exceptional, and this limited-release combo of...

    We’ve been really enjoying the barrel-aged releases from Nebraska Brewing Co., and this one is our favorite so far. We ended up pouring our tastes into Reidel Vinum beer glasses, which felt like a reasonable size given the 10%+ ABV on this, and this ended up casting up a solid foam and modest haze. The entire span of the Barrel Aged Reserve Series we’ve been lucky enough to sample thus far has been exceptional, and this limited-release combo of...

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  6. The Ground is Shaking!

    American Solera - The Ground is Shaking! (Exclusive)

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    This one’s a very special release from the folks at American Solera. Though Chase and Co. have previously done a small version of this base beer in more neutral red wine barrels, for this Rare Beer Club exclusive release they’re pulling out all the stops, and debuting the first of two beers they’ve been aging in Italian Vin Santo wine casks. American Solera was able to acquire eight of these casks total, with four of them being filled for...

    This one’s a very special release from the folks at American Solera. Though Chase and Co. have previously done a small version of this base beer in more neutral red wine barrels, for this Rare Beer Club exclusive release they’re pulling out all the stops, and debuting the first of two beers they’ve been aging in Italian Vin Santo wine casks. American Solera was able to acquire eight of these casks total, with four of them being filled for...

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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. Bloodshot Red

    Argus Brewery - Bloodshot Red

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    Brewed to honor Chicago's independent record label, Bloodshot Records, this medium amber beer is brewed in the style of Extra Special Bitter, or ESB. An English style, it's not particularly bitter by American craft beer standards; rather, it's an amped up version of an English Bitter, with more malt and hop character, and generally a higher ABV. Bloodshot Red offers up an aroma that starts quite juicy with really pleasant citrus and floral...

    Brewed to honor Chicago's independent record label, Bloodshot Records, this medium amber beer is brewed in the style of Extra Special Bitter, or ESB. An English style, it's not particularly bitter by American craft beer standards; rather, it's an amped up version of an English Bitter, with more malt and hop character, and generally a higher ABV. Bloodshot Red offers up an aroma that starts quite juicy with really pleasant citrus and floral...

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  10. Bear Naked

    Adirondack Brewery - Bear Naked

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    This amber ale pours – as one would expect – a rich-looking medium amber color, well-filtered, and topped by a voluminous head of light beige foam. On the nose, we picked up lots of caramel notes, accompanied by fruity tones of apple and stone fruit, plus some earthy and spicy noble hops with a floral hint. In the flavor, this brew really hit the spot. Look for a nice toasty & bready impression at the core of this satisfying amber ale...

    This amber ale pours – as one would expect – a rich-looking medium amber color, well-filtered, and topped by a voluminous head of light beige foam. On the nose, we picked up lots of caramel notes, accompanied by fruity tones of apple and stone fruit, plus some earthy and spicy noble hops with a floral hint. In the flavor, this brew really hit the spot. Look for a nice toasty & bready impression at the core of this satisfying amber ale...

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  11. Calicraft Brewing Company - The City

    Calicraft Brewing Company - The City

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    Presenting a bright pale golden color with great clarity and plenty of sticky foam, The City looks great in the glass, and smells even better. Very pungent and lively aromas jump out of the glass, including resinous pine, lemon, grapefruit zest, big spicy notes, and a potpourri-like floral character. Built with 100% 2-row pale malt, there's little in the way of caramel or toast on the palate; instead, The City is crafted in a "NorCal" style...

    Presenting a bright pale golden color with great clarity and plenty of sticky foam, The City looks great in the glass, and smells even better. Very pungent and lively aromas jump out of the glass, including resinous pine, lemon, grapefruit zest, big spicy notes, and a potpourri-like floral character. Built with 100% 2-row pale malt, there's little in the way of caramel or toast on the palate; instead, The City is crafted in a "NorCal" style...

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  12. 2015 Black Xantus

    Humboldt Brewing Company - 2015 Black Xantus

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    We managed to snag a vintage run of this beer for our Rare Beer Club members, right about where we find Black Xantus to hit its full stride as a beer developing over time. Between the six months of barrel aging plus some time in the bottle, we think this is drinking beautifully right now, but that 11% ABV suggests this will still have a little more life to it in one’s cellar. Just watch the oxidation. The caramelization and dark fruits have...

    We managed to snag a vintage run of this beer for our Rare Beer Club members, right about where we find Black Xantus to hit its full stride as a beer developing over time. Between the six months of barrel aging plus some time in the bottle, we think this is drinking beautifully right now, but that 11% ABV suggests this will still have a little more life to it in one’s cellar. Just watch the oxidation. The caramelization and dark fruits have...

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  13. Piraat Special Reserve

    Brouwerij Van Steenberge - Piraat Special Reserve

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    The 10.5% ABV and modest hop reliance suggest this should fare well in the cellar. But do keep an eye on the level of oxidation in the form of additional caramel and sherry notes. As for pairing: working within its rum + apple + pepper triad seems the most promising route: smooth, vanilla- or cream-focused fare; lightly spiced roasted pork tenderloin.

    The 10.5% ABV and modest hop reliance suggest this should fare well in the cellar. But do keep an eye on the level of oxidation in the form of additional caramel and sherry notes. As for pairing: working within its rum + apple + pepper triad seems the most promising route: smooth, vanilla- or cream-focused fare; lightly spiced roasted pork tenderloin.

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  14. 2015 Trappist Holiday Ale

    The Spencer Brewery - 2015 Trappist Holiday Ale

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    The brewery suggests aging their Trappist Holiday Ale upright, and its future ageability now (having been cellared by the monks of St. Joseph’s Abbey since 2015) is really up to you. We found the degree of caramelization in this beer at this point is exactly where we happen to be enjoying it over the longer trajectory of its lifetime. Its caramelization and subtle sherry levels from oxidation at this point seem ideal, but this is unfiltered...

    The brewery suggests aging their Trappist Holiday Ale upright, and its future ageability now (having been cellared by the monks of St. Joseph’s Abbey since 2015) is really up to you. We found the degree of caramelization in this beer at this point is exactly where we happen to be enjoying it over the longer trajectory of its lifetime. Its caramelization and subtle sherry levels from oxidation at this point seem ideal, but this is unfiltered...

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  15. Blended Serpent’s Stout

    Port Brewing / The Lost Abbey - Blended Serpent’s Stout

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    Having long been appreciators of the work of Tomme Arthur and Co., we really wanted to procure something a little more special from The Lost Abbey—something that they’d never released before. So... as one of our two featured beers this month, we’re pretty psyched to be able to offer our Rare Beer Club members a new, exclusive blend, combining the brewery’s delicious Serpent’s Stout imperial stout with a bigger, bourbon-barrel-aged version of...

    Having long been appreciators of the work of Tomme Arthur and Co., we really wanted to procure something a little more special from The Lost Abbey—something that they’d never released before. So... as one of our two featured beers this month, we’re pretty psyched to be able to offer our Rare Beer Club members a new, exclusive blend, combining the brewery’s delicious Serpent’s Stout imperial stout with a bigger, bourbon-barrel-aged version of...

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