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11/29/11 1:05 PM
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Z NEDCMK1
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 Holy moly Harpoon's and Magic Hat's Winter releases have been stunning.

Smuttynose coming in close behind.

Anyone else jumping into the winter beers yet?
12/8/11 2:52 PM
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Vincent Fields
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Just bought and tried a new delicious micro-brew. "Snow days". Roasted almonds and carmel, amongst other tasty ingredients. Very nice taste.
12/22/11 10:36 PM
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Alpha Clause-3 Floyds (9, one of my favorite Porters and it brings back better memories)

Christmas Ale-Great Lakes (Just introduced to me this year, great spice and balance)

Mild Winter-Goose Island (reminds me of a dopplebock, dark and flavorful)

Celebration-Sierra Nevada (have drank to much of this, done with it)

12/31/11 3:35 PM
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I know it's "mainstream" but I love the Sam Adams winter collection

I had the Celebration on Christmas eve and it was good

Also tried the Gordon Biersch winter bock for the first time, pretty good
1/2/12 9:44 PM
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Love the Celebration...Smuttynose was good...the Anchor Christmas was good as well.
3/1/13 11:52 PM
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Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout is always great during the holidays

Judgment Day and Gift of the Magi by Lost Abbey (San Diego) are also great holiday brews

11/13/13 9:28 PM
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Old Fezziwig from Sam Adams is still my favorite.
11/20/13 10:44 PM
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St Bernardus Christmas Ale has been stored away for a few months now.

Firestone Velvet Merkin, Sierra Nevada Narwhal, McEwans Scotch Ale, & Brother Thelonious are almost always on hand.

If anyone has the chance to try Crooked line Sea Legs Baltic Porter do so. It is a fantastically smooth and yet complex brew. Damn distributors have limited it to kegs only in my area(3hr drive for bottles and I still find excuses to take extended weekends where they sell them).
11/29/13 9:21 PM
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Lagunitas Brown Shugga always comes through (when they make it)
12/5/13 1:25 AM
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Noble Ale Works just released "The ghost of Jacob Barley". Ill give a review on Saturday after I try it.
12/5/13 7:23 AM
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Had a pint of Mad Elf last night....love it. Phone Post 3.0

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