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  1. Keepin' It Peel

    Ellicottville Brewing Company - Keepin' It Peel

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    Over the last few years, as the IPA category has expanded dramatically and spun off a variety of different sub-styles and interpretations, we've seen a lot of citrus-infused IPAs brewed with the actual juice or peel of oranges, lemons, grapefruits, tangerines, and more. It's a natural fit for IPAs brewed with citrus-focused hop varieties. Keepin' It Peel is Ellicottville's entry into the category, using both grapefruit and lime peel. This brew...

    Over the last few years, as the IPA category has expanded dramatically and spun off a variety of different sub-styles and interpretations, we've seen a lot of citrus-infused IPAs brewed with the actual juice or peel of oranges, lemons, grapefruits, tangerines, and more. It's a natural fit for IPAs brewed with citrus-focused hop varieties. Keepin' It Peel is Ellicottville's entry into the category, using both grapefruit and lime peel. This brew...

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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Stegmaier Winter Warmer

    Stegmaier Brewing Company (The Lion Brewery) - Stegmaier Winter Warmer

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    One of our favorite aspects of the arrival of winter is the arrival of winter warmers (not to mention all the other myriad holiday ale interpretations that hit the market too). Stegmaier's entry in this seasonal category is a deep red-colored ale capped with a head of light beige foam. Prominent toffee and caramel notes are readily apparent in the aroma, along with some fruity esters and brown sugar. On the palate, this is one richly malty...

    One of our favorite aspects of the arrival of winter is the arrival of winter warmers (not to mention all the other myriad holiday ale interpretations that hit the market too). Stegmaier's entry in this seasonal category is a deep red-colored ale capped with a head of light beige foam. Prominent toffee and caramel notes are readily apparent in the aroma, along with some fruity esters and brown sugar. On the palate, this is one richly malty...

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  5. Stegmaier Porter

    Stegmaier Brewing Company (The Lion Brewery) - Stegmaier Porter

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    This brew presents a very dark and virtually opaque color, which is deep even for a porter, and is topped by a cap of deep brown foam. On the nose, look for a very prominent roasted character along with notes of dark chocolate and hints of coffee. Light hop aromas come through with tones of earth and just a hint of floral citrus. In the flavor: big roasted notes take center stage with a well-toasted and somewhat scorched bready impression...

    This brew presents a very dark and virtually opaque color, which is deep even for a porter, and is topped by a cap of deep brown foam. On the nose, look for a very prominent roasted character along with notes of dark chocolate and hints of coffee. Light hop aromas come through with tones of earth and just a hint of floral citrus. In the flavor: big roasted notes take center stage with a well-toasted and somewhat scorched bready impression...

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. The Bruery - White Chocolate

    The Bruery - White Chocolate

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    At 13.8% ABV and densely built, this one’s definitely up to some months in one’s cellar. Just check a bottle occasionally to ensure the balance isn’t shifting into too-sweet territory. As far as food counterparts: a bourbon + chocolate + vanilla profile seems perfect for big desserts.

    At 13.8% ABV and densely built, this one’s definitely up to some months in one’s cellar. Just check a bottle occasionally to ensure the balance isn’t shifting into too-sweet territory. As far as food counterparts: a bourbon + chocolate + vanilla profile seems perfect for big desserts.

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  9. 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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  10. Golden Prairie Ale

    Argus Brewery - Golden Prairie Ale

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    This superb altbier is brewmaster Ted Furman's original recipe, and the central flagship beer of his Golden Prairie brand, which he founded in Chicago in 1991. Now produced at Argus, this brew lives on, and the Chicagoland area is all the richer for it. Altbier (which translates from German as "old beer") is a style that emerged in Düsseldorf, and is the product of a style of beer-making older than the lager styles that Germany is most known...

    This superb altbier is brewmaster Ted Furman's original recipe, and the central flagship beer of his Golden Prairie brand, which he founded in Chicago in 1991. Now produced at Argus, this brew lives on, and the Chicagoland area is all the richer for it. Altbier (which translates from German as "old beer") is a style that emerged in Düsseldorf, and is the product of a style of beer-making older than the lager styles that Germany is most known...

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  11. 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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  12. Sweetwater Brewing Company - 420 Extra Pale Ale

    Sweetwater Brewing Company - 420 Extra Pale Ale

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    420 Extra Pale Ale was brewed for the first time on the 20th of April, 1997, hence the name. Yeah, well, we’d bet a nickel and a dime that it’s not the whole reason behind the name, but we can’t confirm. The term "extra pale ale" is one that means different things to different breweries; sometimes it's interpreted as an amped-up, richer sort of pale ale, almost IPA-like, while other times it's literally a lower-gravity, paler, and less richly...

    420 Extra Pale Ale was brewed for the first time on the 20th of April, 1997, hence the name. Yeah, well, we’d bet a nickel and a dime that it’s not the whole reason behind the name, but we can’t confirm. The term "extra pale ale" is one that means different things to different breweries; sometimes it's interpreted as an amped-up, richer sort of pale ale, almost IPA-like, while other times it's literally a lower-gravity, paler, and less richly...

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  13. Sweetwater Brewing Company - Georgia Brown

    Sweetwater Brewing Company - Georgia Brown

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    A GABF Gold Medal winner, this brew yields a prominent aroma of fresh grains with some notes of toast and brown bread, moderate caramel, hints of maple syrup and coffee, some nuttiness, and a kiss of spicy and somewhat woody hops. On the palate, expect a blend of lightly bitter hops, burnt toast, and above all, a rich, sweet, nutty character (think hazelnuts and almonds) with deep-down caramel tones and a hint of cocoa powder. There's a ghost...

    A GABF Gold Medal winner, this brew yields a prominent aroma of fresh grains with some notes of toast and brown bread, moderate caramel, hints of maple syrup and coffee, some nuttiness, and a kiss of spicy and somewhat woody hops. On the palate, expect a blend of lightly bitter hops, burnt toast, and above all, a rich, sweet, nutty character (think hazelnuts and almonds) with deep-down caramel tones and a hint of cocoa powder. There's a ghost...

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  14. O'so Brewing Company - Hopdinger

    O'so Brewing Company - Hopdinger

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    This pale ale presents a medium copper-amber color topped by a fluffy and very persistent head of foam that laces nicely as it recedes. On the nose, look for a fairly complex array of aromas; we picked up plenty of herbal and piney notes melded to floral tones and a prominent variety of fruity notes including candied citrus, apricot-like stone fruits, and even some berry hints. Flavorwise, there's a fairly robust malt core offering a satisfying...

    This pale ale presents a medium copper-amber color topped by a fluffy and very persistent head of foam that laces nicely as it recedes. On the nose, look for a fairly complex array of aromas; we picked up plenty of herbal and piney notes melded to floral tones and a prominent variety of fruity notes including candied citrus, apricot-like stone fruits, and even some berry hints. Flavorwise, there's a fairly robust malt core offering a satisfying...

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  15. O'so Brewing Company - Hop Whoopin'

    O'so Brewing Company - Hop Whoopin'

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    In the beer world, the term "S.M.A.S.H." refers to Single Malt And Single Hop brews. With Hop Whoopin', O'so turned the phrase on its head a bit, as they describe this IPA as "Single Malt and All Sorts of Hops." We have to say, it's pretty accurate. Hop Whoopin' pours a bright golden color with a white cap of sticky foam. Our bottles had a decent amount of yeast sediment, which is normal with bottle-conditioned beers; feel free to rouse it up...

    In the beer world, the term "S.M.A.S.H." refers to Single Malt And Single Hop brews. With Hop Whoopin', O'so turned the phrase on its head a bit, as they describe this IPA as "Single Malt and All Sorts of Hops." We have to say, it's pretty accurate. Hop Whoopin' pours a bright golden color with a white cap of sticky foam. Our bottles had a decent amount of yeast sediment, which is normal with bottle-conditioned beers; feel free to rouse it up...

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