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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Mendocino Brewing Company Red Tail Ale

    Mendocino Brewing Company - Red Tail Ale

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    Mendocino considers this amber ale to be their flagship brew, and we think it’s a good one to carry the banner. Pouring a pure amber color with a robust head of light beige foam, Red Tail offers up a pleasing and fairly robust caramel malt aroma with notes of toasted bread and just a touch of implied sweetness. Look for a somewhat floral and citric hop note with an accompanying wisp of minerality. On the palate, this amber ale bursts forth ...

    Mendocino considers this amber ale to be their flagship brew, and we think it’s a good one to carry the banner. Pouring a pure amber color with a robust head of light beige foam, Red Tail offers up a pleasing and fairly robust caramel malt aroma with notes of toasted bread and just a touch of implied sweetness. Look for a somewhat floral and citric hop note with an accompanying wisp of minerality. On the palate, this amber ale bursts forth ...

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  5. Paddle Wheel Pale Ale

    Bent River Brewing Company - Paddle Wheel Pale Ale

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    This American-style pale ale is a looker, pouring an attractive amber color with some light haze and lots of fluffy foam. We got lots of spicy, herbal-grassy hop notes in the aroma on this one—a couple of us even felt a touch of mint come through—bolstered by a bit of a floral note. On the palate, there's a very nice, smooth, caramel malt core that has a bit of breadiness to it and delivers some mild sweetness to support the hops which come...

    This American-style pale ale is a looker, pouring an attractive amber color with some light haze and lots of fluffy foam. We got lots of spicy, herbal-grassy hop notes in the aroma on this one—a couple of us even felt a touch of mint come through—bolstered by a bit of a floral note. On the palate, there's a very nice, smooth, caramel malt core that has a bit of breadiness to it and delivers some mild sweetness to support the hops which come...

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  6. Steamboat IPA

    Bent River Brewing Company - Steamboat IPA

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    This IPA from Bent River presents quite nicely in the glass, pouring a rich medium amber with copper highlights and good head retention. On the nose, look for a bit of caramel malt as an undercurrent, topped by inviting citric, floral, and fruity hop aromas, with a touch of spice. Those hops come through with plenty of bitterness in the flavor department, balanced nicely by a backbone of mildly toasty caramel malt. Hops offer citrus and maybe...

    This IPA from Bent River presents quite nicely in the glass, pouring a rich medium amber with copper highlights and good head retention. On the nose, look for a bit of caramel malt as an undercurrent, topped by inviting citric, floral, and fruity hop aromas, with a touch of spice. Those hops come through with plenty of bitterness in the flavor department, balanced nicely by a backbone of mildly toasty caramel malt. Hops offer citrus and maybe...

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  7. Cambridge Brewing Company - Sgt. Pepper

    Cambridge Brewing Company - Sgt. Pepper

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    This was brewed with four different varieties of whole peppercorns added to the kettle: pink, white, black and green. In addition to a charismatic Belgian yeast strain, Sgt. Pepper includes Pilsner, CaraVienne and Rye malts, as well as healthy hop additions of Magnum and Spalter. As the label advises, pour carefully to avoid rousing an excess of the bottling yeast. This pours beautifully in the glass: a nice, bright orange haze approximating...

    This was brewed with four different varieties of whole peppercorns added to the kettle: pink, white, black and green. In addition to a charismatic Belgian yeast strain, Sgt. Pepper includes Pilsner, CaraVienne and Rye malts, as well as healthy hop additions of Magnum and Spalter. As the label advises, pour carefully to avoid rousing an excess of the bottling yeast. This pours beautifully in the glass: a nice, bright orange haze approximating...

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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. Brauerei Max Leibinger - Zeppelin

    Brauerei Max Leibinger - Zeppelin

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    Zeppelin is modeled after a fairly rare German style of beer known as "kellerbier". Literally meaning "cellar beer", kellerbiers are traditionally matured in casks for several weeks and served unfiltered. They also feature a very low level of carbonation due to the tradition of the bungs in the casks being left loose, allowing the carbonation to escape as the beer conditions in underground cellars. Zeppelin pours a hazy, rich, amber-brown...

    Zeppelin is modeled after a fairly rare German style of beer known as "kellerbier". Literally meaning "cellar beer", kellerbiers are traditionally matured in casks for several weeks and served unfiltered. They also feature a very low level of carbonation due to the tradition of the bungs in the casks being left loose, allowing the carbonation to escape as the beer conditions in underground cellars. Zeppelin pours a hazy, rich, amber-brown...

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