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  1. August IPA

    Upright Brewing Company - August IPA

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    While we make a point to partner up with some of the greatest brewers on the planet for our exclusive offers, the beers that get made for the first time exclusively for our Rare Beer Club members always have a bit of welcome mystery to them. The first time we get to try the end result (of what’s often a couple months of batting ideas back and forth, figuring out a good approach that combines a brewery’s particular strengths with what we...

    While we make a point to partner up with some of the greatest brewers on the planet for our exclusive offers, the beers that get made for the first time exclusively for our Rare Beer Club members always have a bit of welcome mystery to them. The first time we get to try the end result (of what’s often a couple months of batting ideas back and forth, figuring out a good approach that combines a brewery’s particular strengths with what we...

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  2. 9 Ladies Dancing

    The Bruery - 9 Ladies Dancing

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    This latest release in The Bruery’s “Twelve Days of Christmas” Series is one of our favorites, an 11.3%-ABV, one-time offer that finds its inspiration in tiramisu. The special ingredients in the 9 Ladies Dancing release include cacao nibs and coffee, vanilla and lactose—but the result is a lively, fruit-forward release that’s hugely drinkable fresh, though built to age very gracefully. At no point does this one feel overly weighty, despite...

    This latest release in The Bruery’s “Twelve Days of Christmas” Series is one of our favorites, an 11.3%-ABV, one-time offer that finds its inspiration in tiramisu. The special ingredients in the 9 Ladies Dancing release include cacao nibs and coffee, vanilla and lactose—but the result is a lively, fruit-forward release that’s hugely drinkable fresh, though built to age very gracefully. At no point does this one feel overly weighty, despite...

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  3. Friedenfelser Steinwald Zoigl

    Schlossbrauerei Friedenfels - Friedenfelser Steinwald Zoigl

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    Zoiglbier is closely related to the fellow Bavarian lager styles of Kellerbier and Zwickelbier. It’s a specialty of the Oberpfalz region, with a history which goes way, way back. The term “zoigl” is derived from the word for “sign” in the local dialect, and it refers to a six-pointed star formed from interlocking triangles (much like a Star of David) which symbolizes the trio of beer ingredients, barley, hops, and water, as well as the trio...

    Zoiglbier is closely related to the fellow Bavarian lager styles of Kellerbier and Zwickelbier. It’s a specialty of the Oberpfalz region, with a history which goes way, way back. The term “zoigl” is derived from the word for “sign” in the local dialect, and it refers to a six-pointed star formed from interlocking triangles (much like a Star of David) which symbolizes the trio of beer ingredients, barley, hops, and water, as well as the trio...

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  4. Historisches Emmer Bier

    Riedenburger Brauhaus - Historisches Emmer Bier

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    Emmer is a type of wheat which was among the earliest cultivated grains in human history (actually pre-history, to be accurate), dating to Neolithic times. Before its cultivation, hunter gatherers harvested it wherever it grew wildly, with the earliest evidence of its consumption dating to approximately 19,000 years ago near the Sea of Galilee. It, along with barley and einkorn, was a staple crop in the Fertile Crescent, and it was also used by...

    Emmer is a type of wheat which was among the earliest cultivated grains in human history (actually pre-history, to be accurate), dating to Neolithic times. Before its cultivation, hunter gatherers harvested it wherever it grew wildly, with the earliest evidence of its consumption dating to approximately 19,000 years ago near the Sea of Galilee. It, along with barley and einkorn, was a staple crop in the Fertile Crescent, and it was also used by...

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  5. Golden Pheasant

    Pivovar Zlatý Bažant - Golden Pheasant

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    Zlatý Bažant means Golden Pheasant, and is a nod to the large numbers of the bird found in the region around Hurbanovo. Unlike the big U.S. beer makers, who stretch out their barley with large additions of cheaper corn and rice, Slovak producers use 100 percent barley, most of it grown and processed in Slovakia. This makes nearly any Slovak-made beer richer, with more body and depth of flavor, than any of the watery U.S. brand-name beers...

    Zlatý Bažant means Golden Pheasant, and is a nod to the large numbers of the bird found in the region around Hurbanovo. Unlike the big U.S. beer makers, who stretch out their barley with large additions of cheaper corn and rice, Slovak producers use 100 percent barley, most of it grown and processed in Slovakia. This makes nearly any Slovak-made beer richer, with more body and depth of flavor, than any of the watery U.S. brand-name beers...

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. Corvo Negro

    NOVO Brazil Brewing Company - Corvo Negro

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    NOVO Brazil’s Corvo Negro imperial stout pours a deep, heavily blackened color, lightening to more like a chestnut brown at its edges. It’s predominantly the color of opaque pitch, with no light passing through aside from a thin perimeter of bright gold. Any foam is modest here given the heightened ABV, with a narrow border of medium-brown bubbles floating above. Nutshell: Dark, massive and densely packed from the outset, with subtle gold and froth...

    NOVO Brazil’s Corvo Negro imperial stout pours a deep, heavily blackened color, lightening to more like a chestnut brown at its edges. It’s predominantly the color of opaque pitch, with no light passing through aside from a thin perimeter of bright gold. Any foam is modest here given the heightened ABV, with a narrow border of medium-brown bubbles floating above. Nutshell: Dark, massive and densely packed from the outset, with subtle gold and froth...

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  10. Nebraska India Pale Ale

    Nebraska Brewing Company - India Pale Ale

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    Nebraska’s IPA presents a rich medium amber color in the glass, topped by a robust head which drops sticky lace as it recedes. Built as a “West Coast” style IPA, there are plenty of complex hop aromas suggesting grapefruit zest, pine, herbal spice, and a touch of earth. Take a sip and – pow! There’s a lot of hops going on here! Look for big, zesty citrus notes to join with an equally big herbal, spicy, piney kick. When a beer offers so much...

    Nebraska’s IPA presents a rich medium amber color in the glass, topped by a robust head which drops sticky lace as it recedes. Built as a “West Coast” style IPA, there are plenty of complex hop aromas suggesting grapefruit zest, pine, herbal spice, and a touch of earth. Take a sip and – pow! There’s a lot of hops going on here! Look for big, zesty citrus notes to join with an equally big herbal, spicy, piney kick. When a beer offers so much...

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