• Ayinger Brauweisse (Germany)

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    Pale golden color, hazy; with a big rocky white head. Classical yeasty aromas showcase clove and banana with the vibrant wheat malt. The palate echoes the nose delivering a creamy moutfeel filled with sweet grain and malt notes with accents of tropical fruit and exotic spices. Medium-bodied, classically proportioned, with perfect balance. 5 Stars

  • Chimay Grande Réserve (Belgium)

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    Deep amber with a thick, creamy head. The nose is complex and exciting with waves of dry and sweet malt with supporting dried fruits, caramel, spicy hop accents, and hints of baking spices and balsamic. The palate echoes the nose with a dense fruit and malt driven core flanked by spice, hop, and concentrated ale notes with trailing notes of allspice. Full-bodied with dense and creamy malt that is kept perfectly balanced with a bright dose of acidity. 5 Stars

  • Chimay Cinq Cents (Belgium)

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    Deep golden color with a thick, creamy head. The aromatics are wonderfully floral with sweet hop notes mingling with malt and fresh citrus zest supported by subtle earth and herbal accents. The palate confirms the nose delivering a dry, dense malt core with assertive flanking notes of spice and earth with bright citrus. Medium to full bodied with ideal balance thanks to a bright dose of acidity and fresh citrus notes. 5 Stars

  • Ayinger Maibock (Germany)

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    Brilliant golden hue; pours with a white frothy head. The nose is alluringly complex with rich scents of roasted malt, ripe fruit, rising bread dough, and vibrant spices with a hint of bittering hops. The palate is very lush, with sweet malt foiled by sweet spices and a perfectly judged bitter hop bite on the finish. Full-bodied, with ideal balance and a silky texture. 5 Stars

  • Christian Drouin Cidre Brut (France)

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    Deep golden color with a semi-hazy appearance. The nose offers a wonderful mélange of apple varieties some being fruity while others more austere mingling with earthy notes. The palate echoes the nose delivering an incredibly complex blend of both sweet and tart apple notes with subtle citrus and mineral notes finishing with a subtle smoked meat accent. Medium-bodied with a very bright dose of acidity as it drinks with ease being quite refreshing. 5 Stars

  • Ayinger Weizen-Bock (Germany)

    Deep, golden color with a dense haze and generous white head that lasts for the entire Beer. The nose reveals classic hefe-weizen notes with a dense fruit and spice driven core, fresh baked bread, and accents of tropical fruit. The palate echoes the nose delivering richness with ideal balance, vibrancy, and length. Notes of citrus, clove, ginger, and toasted grain mingle seamlessly. Spectacular. 5 Stars

  • Tieton Cider Works “Cherry” (USA)

    Bright, natural burgundy color with a fine bead of bubbles. The nose is wonderfully complex and appealing with a careful blend of sweet and tart cherries, apple juice, and apple skins. The palate is equally compelling offering the perfect balance of cherry and apple as well as sweet and tart. A semi-dry style that benefits from the slight touch of sugar as it adds heft to the complex fruit blend. It is lovely in its simplicity as well as its complexity making it perfect for any crowd or occasion. Terrific stuff. 5 Stars

  • Lindemans Cuvée René Guezue (Belgium)

    Deep orange-gold hue and quite hazy. Extraordinarily intense gueuze aromas with typical earth and leather character. The nose is reminiscent of a dry white wine and cider hybrid with amazing ester notes. Tart and crisp with a Fino Sherry like flavors. Incredibly refreshing with zesty citrus notes. It’s a classic beer, but not for the timid. It will certainly benefit from a few years in the cellar. 5 Stars

  • Orval Trappist (Belgium)

    Unlike the other Trappist breweries, Orval makes just one style of beer. Their ale is orange to brown in color with a wildly aromatic nose offering scents of grain, citrus, and coriander. The palate is medium to full filled with fruity notes accented by spice, dried hops, and wild flowers. Incredibly complex begging the next sip. This is a classic! 5 Stars

  • New Glarus Wisconsin Belgian Red (USA)

    Dark tan with a reddish tint. Medium bodied. Exotic brown spice and cooked cherry aromas. This has clearly seen good oak aging. Carries a fine note of soured cherry, matched with some sweetness and a rich, woody character that lingers on the finish. Very harmonious and quite unique. 5 Stars

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