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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Ardenne Spirit Old Ale

    Brasserie de Bastogne - Ardenne Spirit Old Ale

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    As with many of Brasserie de Bastogne’s beers, their old ale is actually fermented courtesy of the same yeast strain as the world-famous Orval. (The brewery sources yeast and lab services through Brasserie d’Orval itself.) Ardenne Spirit Old Ale was the beer in Bastogne’s line that truly gave us pause. It uses 100% malt, which is to also say no sugar, which helps contribute to the lush, multilayered malt character that serves as one of the...

    As with many of Brasserie de Bastogne’s beers, their old ale is actually fermented courtesy of the same yeast strain as the world-famous Orval. (The brewery sources yeast and lab services through Brasserie d’Orval itself.) Ardenne Spirit Old Ale was the beer in Bastogne’s line that truly gave us pause. It uses 100% malt, which is to also say no sugar, which helps contribute to the lush, multilayered malt character that serves as one of the...

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  6. Grimbergen Blonde

    Brouwerij Alken-Maes - Grimbergen Blonde

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    This Belgian blonde ale sure is a looker, presenting a beautiful copper-golden color with brilliant clarity and a robust crop of tight-bubbled foam that coats the glass nicely as it recedes. Off to a good start. On the nose, it certainly smells Belgian with that yeasty pepperiness and grassy-herbal noble hops. There's a hint of fruit here too. Flavor-wise, the fruit comes through bolder, with notes of apple and apricot, some lemony acidity...

    This Belgian blonde ale sure is a looker, presenting a beautiful copper-golden color with brilliant clarity and a robust crop of tight-bubbled foam that coats the glass nicely as it recedes. Off to a good start. On the nose, it certainly smells Belgian with that yeasty pepperiness and grassy-herbal noble hops. There's a hint of fruit here too. Flavor-wise, the fruit comes through bolder, with notes of apple and apricot, some lemony acidity...

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  7. Grimbergen Double

    Brouwerij Alken-Maes - Grimbergen Double

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    As we expect for a Belgian dubbel, Grimbergen's Double Ale pours fairly dark, in this case a very attractive deep brownish red topped with a moderate level of foam. Immediately apparent are the fruity aromas we love in this style. Wafting up from this brew, we got notes of grape, fig, cherry, and candied berries. Look for some undercurrents of brown sugar and hints chocolate. The fruitiness comes though loud and clear on the palate with a...

    As we expect for a Belgian dubbel, Grimbergen's Double Ale pours fairly dark, in this case a very attractive deep brownish red topped with a moderate level of foam. Immediately apparent are the fruity aromas we love in this style. Wafting up from this brew, we got notes of grape, fig, cherry, and candied berries. Look for some undercurrents of brown sugar and hints chocolate. The fruitiness comes though loud and clear on the palate with a...

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  8. Petrus Brewmaster’s Selection: Wild Tripel Ale

    Brouwerij De Brabandere - Petrus Brewmaster’s Selection: Wild Tripel Ale

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    This first release in Brouwerij De Brabandere’s Brewmaster’s Selection series was crafted by the brewery’s most experienced Master Brewer: Chris Van Acker, who’s spent more than 30 years of his career honing his skills there. This beer is a one-time offering that’s never before been sold in the U.S. There’s some very limited U.S. distribution slotted for around February 2018, but our Rare Beer Club members will be getting this beer at least a...

    This first release in Brouwerij De Brabandere’s Brewmaster’s Selection series was crafted by the brewery’s most experienced Master Brewer: Chris Van Acker, who’s spent more than 30 years of his career honing his skills there. This beer is a one-time offering that’s never before been sold in the U.S. There’s some very limited U.S. distribution slotted for around February 2018, but our Rare Beer Club members will be getting this beer at least a...

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  9. Vintage 2015

    Brouwerij Rodenbach - Vintage 2015

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    This world-class example from West Flanders pours a deep reddish brown that’s pretty clear, but with an intensity of color that speaks of its barrel time. Tart cherries and fresh apple land as initial aromatics, leading a sweet-tart impact of generous fruitiness and underlying caramel. While there are certainly flavor parallels to Oloroso sherry, a vibrant carbonation and superb ripeness of fruit make this an absolute pleasure to drink.

    This world-class example from West Flanders pours a deep reddish brown that’s pretty clear, but with an intensity of color that speaks of its barrel time. Tart cherries and fresh apple land as initial aromatics, leading a sweet-tart impact of generous fruitiness and underlying caramel. While there are certainly flavor parallels to Oloroso sherry, a vibrant carbonation and superb ripeness of fruit make this an absolute pleasure to drink.

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  10. 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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  11. Calicraft Brewing Company - Reserve Series Rosé

    Calicraft Brewing Company - Reserve Series Rosé

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    As one of our two featured offerings this month, we’ve been looking forward to getting this special, exclusive release from Calicraft Brewing Co. out to our members. We featured their sparkling ale Buzzerkeley a few years back, and the highly positive response to that beer had us wanting to circle back again at the next good opportunity. Well... that good opportunity’s finally presented itself. The earliest samples we had of the brewery’s rare...

    As one of our two featured offerings this month, we’ve been looking forward to getting this special, exclusive release from Calicraft Brewing Co. out to our members. We featured their sparkling ale Buzzerkeley a few years back, and the highly positive response to that beer had us wanting to circle back again at the next good opportunity. Well... that good opportunity’s finally presented itself. The earliest samples we had of the brewery’s rare...

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  12. Brewmaster’s Collaboration: Abtsolution

    De Proefbrouwerij & New Glarus Brewing Company - Brewmaster’s Collaboration: Abtsolution

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    The special addition of lactose, along with the use of French and American oak, does lots of great work here without taking away from the central balance of the style: generous and well-presented caramelized sweetness, a peppery and fruity yeast character, plus a hint of warmth from the underlying alcohol. Like other world-class Belgian examples, we’re impressed with how light and vibrant this feels overall—packed with subtle bubbles...

    The special addition of lactose, along with the use of French and American oak, does lots of great work here without taking away from the central balance of the style: generous and well-presented caramelized sweetness, a peppery and fruity yeast character, plus a hint of warmth from the underlying alcohol. Like other world-class Belgian examples, we’re impressed with how light and vibrant this feels overall—packed with subtle bubbles...

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  13. Ski Bum

    Ellicottville Brewing Company - Ski Bum

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    This winter seasonal from Ellicottville is certainly among the hoppier winter beers we've come across in quite a while. Pouring a rich amber hue and capped by plenty of foam, Ski Bum offers up quite an inviting aroma. Prominent citrus notes were clearly what the brewers were going for given their choice of hop varieties, and they succeeded. Look for blended notes of lemon, grapefruit, and orange backed up by hints of stone fruit and melon. The...

    This winter seasonal from Ellicottville is certainly among the hoppier winter beers we've come across in quite a while. Pouring a rich amber hue and capped by plenty of foam, Ski Bum offers up quite an inviting aroma. Prominent citrus notes were clearly what the brewers were going for given their choice of hop varieties, and they succeeded. Look for blended notes of lemon, grapefruit, and orange backed up by hints of stone fruit and melon. The...

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  14. Stainless Steel IPA

    Ellicottville Brewing Company - Stainless Steel IPA

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    This year-round offering from Ellicottville pours a beautiful medium-amber color with good clarity and a thick head of long-lasting foam. The aroma caught our attention right away with big juicy fruit notes including citrus, definitely, but also pineapple and other tropical fruity and floral tones. Look also for a bit of a berry-like impression and some undercurrents of earth and exotic spice. The story is much the same in the flavor, which is fine by us; the six different hop varieties grab lots of attention with all the...

    This year-round offering from Ellicottville pours a beautiful medium-amber color with good clarity and a thick head of long-lasting foam. The aroma caught our attention right away with big juicy fruit notes including citrus, definitely, but also pineapple and other tropical fruity and floral tones. Look also for a bit of a berry-like impression and some undercurrents of earth and exotic spice. The story is much the same in the flavor, which is fine by us; the six different hop varieties grab lots of attention with all the...

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  15. Breakaway IPA

    Free State Brewing Company - Breakaway IPA

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    Presenting a rich copper color with good clarity and a cap of light beige foam, this IPA from Free State offers up a big blast of hoppy aromas from the moment it's poured. Juicy fruit notes of tangerine and orange lead the way, augmented by tropical fruits reminiscent of pineapple and passion fruit, plus a touch of peach. The resinous hop aromas are underpinned by light malty impressions of toasty bread. The engaging hop aroma profile carries...

    Presenting a rich copper color with good clarity and a cap of light beige foam, this IPA from Free State offers up a big blast of hoppy aromas from the moment it's poured. Juicy fruit notes of tangerine and orange lead the way, augmented by tropical fruits reminiscent of pineapple and passion fruit, plus a touch of peach. The resinous hop aromas are underpinned by light malty impressions of toasty bread. The engaging hop aroma profile carries...

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