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  1. Jester King Brewery - Simple Means

    Jester King Brewery - Simple Means

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    One of our favorite things about Simple Means is that all its elements—from initial pour to crisp finish, seem perfectly synced. In the glass, it looks like a well-foamed dunkelweizen: all mousse-y, light-brown bubbles filling the top quarter of the glass, lasting basically forever. A nearly opaque, ruby-tinged liquid sits beneath, almost the color of dark tea in some lights. It almost looks (given some artistic license) like a thick plume of...

    One of our favorite things about Simple Means is that all its elements—from initial pour to crisp finish, seem perfectly synced. In the glass, it looks like a well-foamed dunkelweizen: all mousse-y, light-brown bubbles filling the top quarter of the glass, lasting basically forever. A nearly opaque, ruby-tinged liquid sits beneath, almost the color of dark tea in some lights. It almost looks (given some artistic license) like a thick plume of...

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  2. Mutton Buster Brown Ale

    Payette Brewing Company - Mutton Buster Brown Ale

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    Pouring a rich brown with reddish flashes, good clarity, and topped with plenty of beige foam, Mutton Buster is an inviting brown ale. Look for aromas of light toast and caramel, complemented by some chocolaty nuttiness, hints of brown sugar and a touch of herbal, earthy hops. Thankfully, all these notes translate to the palate too. Residual sweetness is quite low, allowing the mild to moderate hop bitterness to easily counter with a spicy...

    Pouring a rich brown with reddish flashes, good clarity, and topped with plenty of beige foam, Mutton Buster is an inviting brown ale. Look for aromas of light toast and caramel, complemented by some chocolaty nuttiness, hints of brown sugar and a touch of herbal, earthy hops. Thankfully, all these notes translate to the palate too. Residual sweetness is quite low, allowing the mild to moderate hop bitterness to easily counter with a spicy...

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  3. Pistolero Porter

    Payette Brewing Company - Pistolero Porter

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    Payette’s Pistolero Porter presents a super dark brown, almost black, color topped with a rich, fluffy head of medium brown foam. On the nose, it’s very much what we expect for a beer on the robust end of the porter spectrum, including roasty notes, toasted bread crust, hints of smoke, dark chocolate, and earth. In the flavor department, the beer opens with a rich scorched caramel note, opening into toast and big chocolate with a distinct...

    Payette’s Pistolero Porter presents a super dark brown, almost black, color topped with a rich, fluffy head of medium brown foam. On the nose, it’s very much what we expect for a beer on the robust end of the porter spectrum, including roasty notes, toasted bread crust, hints of smoke, dark chocolate, and earth. In the flavor department, the beer opens with a rich scorched caramel note, opening into toast and big chocolate with a distinct...

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  4. Salty Scot

    Parallel 49 Brewing Company - Salty Scot

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    This Scotch Ale pours a brilliant ruddy amber-brown and offers up huge malty aromas as soon as you pop the can. Look for rich caramel notes, toffee, bread and cake, and a touch of dried fruit. When brewing Scotch Ale, also called Wee Heavy, brewers will boil the wort (the sugary raw liquid extract produced after steeping the grain – basically beer before fermentation) for an extended time, leading to very deep caramelization. To complement...

    This Scotch Ale pours a brilliant ruddy amber-brown and offers up huge malty aromas as soon as you pop the can. Look for rich caramel notes, toffee, bread and cake, and a touch of dried fruit. When brewing Scotch Ale, also called Wee Heavy, brewers will boil the wort (the sugary raw liquid extract produced after steeping the grain – basically beer before fermentation) for an extended time, leading to very deep caramelization. To complement...

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  5. Salty Scot

    Mikkeller - Keeper

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    Pouring a bright golden hue with good clarity and a dense head which laces as it drops to a persistent collar, Keeper is an inviting looking brew. The invitation got stronger as we lowered our nose to the glass. Described by Mikkeller as an American Pilsner, you’d be forgiven for imagining one of the flaccid brews our country’s big brewers like to style as “pilsners.” Instead, Keeper is bursting with American hop aromas of citrus and impressions...

    Pouring a bright golden hue with good clarity and a dense head which laces as it drops to a persistent collar, Keeper is an inviting looking brew. The invitation got stronger as we lowered our nose to the glass. Described by Mikkeller as an American Pilsner, you’d be forgiven for imagining one of the flaccid brews our country’s big brewers like to style as “pilsners.” Instead, Keeper is bursting with American hop aromas of citrus and impressions...

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  6. De Garre

    Brouwerij Van Steenberge - De Garre

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    De Garre (along with appearing in a strikingly designed package...) pours without complaints as far as we’re concerned: massive head that’s a light shade of tan, long-lasting, and leaves no lack of thick lacing behind. We were trying out the newly released Riedel Veritas beer glasses when De Garre crossed our tasting panel, and this showed beautifully: honey-golden near its bottom, deepening to darker orange and amber elsewhere. Initial...

    De Garre (along with appearing in a strikingly designed package...) pours without complaints as far as we’re concerned: massive head that’s a light shade of tan, long-lasting, and leaves no lack of thick lacing behind. We were trying out the newly released Riedel Veritas beer glasses when De Garre crossed our tasting panel, and this showed beautifully: honey-golden near its bottom, deepening to darker orange and amber elsewhere. Initial...

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  7. Elevation Beer Company Elevated PSA

    Elevation Beer Company - Elevated PSA

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    This pours a deep golden-orange color (heading in the direction of amber-brown) with off-white foam. The wheat-wine character expands into directions of ripe tree fruits and notes of vanilla and vinous alcohol—actually (and admittedly unintentionally) serving as a perfect foil for our other featured selection this month: the Van Steenberge De Garre. The latter’s also hugely influenced by apricot, pepper, and vanilla, with Elevation Elevated PSA...

    This pours a deep golden-orange color (heading in the direction of amber-brown) with off-white foam. The wheat-wine character expands into directions of ripe tree fruits and notes of vanilla and vinous alcohol—actually (and admittedly unintentionally) serving as a perfect foil for our other featured selection this month: the Van Steenberge De Garre. The latter’s also hugely influenced by apricot, pepper, and vanilla, with Elevation Elevated PSA...

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  8. Ladyface Ale Companie - Coquette

    Ladyface Ale Companie - Coquette

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    While the style description on Ladyface’s Coquette is curious, the execution is as refreshing as the label suggests. This is effervescent and bubbly, packed with vigorous carbonation that keeps this from ever feeling anything other than lively. The use of those fresh, locally grown kumquats comes through quite vibrant: zesty citrus in both the aromatics and flavor. One of our Rare Beer Club panelists described this as the sort of beverage...

    While the style description on Ladyface’s Coquette is curious, the execution is as refreshing as the label suggests. This is effervescent and bubbly, packed with vigorous carbonation that keeps this from ever feeling anything other than lively. The use of those fresh, locally grown kumquats comes through quite vibrant: zesty citrus in both the aromatics and flavor. One of our Rare Beer Club panelists described this as the sort of beverage...

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  9. Ladyface Ale Companie - Dérailleur

    Ladyface Ale Companie - Dérailleur

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    We’ve almost certainly never said most of those words in the same sentence before, nor ever really encountered a beer like this. The bière de garde style in its traditional form tends to get looked over in the grand scheme: maltier in the days of hops being the cool ingredient. Here the lean, modestly caramelized profile of the base bière de garde gets entirely transformed by those months spent aging in wine barrels. There’s puckering, zesty...

    We’ve almost certainly never said most of those words in the same sentence before, nor ever really encountered a beer like this. The bière de garde style in its traditional form tends to get looked over in the grand scheme: maltier in the days of hops being the cool ingredient. Here the lean, modestly caramelized profile of the base bière de garde gets entirely transformed by those months spent aging in wine barrels. There’s puckering, zesty...

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  10. Ladyface Ale Companie - Flamberge

    Ladyface Ale Companie - Flamberge

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    The two years this beer spent aging in Cabernet wine barrels has done wonders for it—with a generous amount of that barrel presence coming through perfectly alongside the red ale at this beer’s core. The underpinning of deeper berries and darker fruit, along with a toasty oak vein providing both vanilla and a hint of char, brings this beer into terrain that most Flemish red ales never really approach. Having compared Dérailleur with Russian...

    The two years this beer spent aging in Cabernet wine barrels has done wonders for it—with a generous amount of that barrel presence coming through perfectly alongside the red ale at this beer’s core. The underpinning of deeper berries and darker fruit, along with a toasty oak vein providing both vanilla and a hint of char, brings this beer into terrain that most Flemish red ales never really approach. Having compared Dérailleur with Russian...

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