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Bruery Terreux Confession 3.9  
Bruery Terreux Anaheim, California
Slight haze. Touch of pale. No head. There's some brett and barrel on the nose, but also a bit of toastiness. On the palate, the grapes are big. Vinous. Tart, barrel, and complex.

Bruery Terreux Confession 3.9  
Bruery Terreux Anaheim, California
750mL bottle, pours a hazy blonde with a small white head. Aroma brings out grape must, wine barrels, and wild yeast. Flavour is loaded with wild yeast and tons of Riesling grapes. Nicely funky, with a shit ton of white wine grapes. Wonderful Riesling character to it. Excellent.

Shebeen Pineapple Wheat 2.0  
Shebeen Brewing Company Wolcott, Connecticut
Clear golden color. Candyish, slightly tropical nose. Didn't taste any pineapple or much of anything else. Not a fan.

The Exchange Grand Cru 3.5  
The Exchange Brewery Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Bottle - Lots of funk with a touch of cheese. Cloudy gold with a decent white head. Funk and stone fruit and a funky finish. Light tea notes.

Shebeen Turbo IPA 3.0  
Shebeen Brewing Company Wolcott, Connecticut
Drank it right out the can and I must say its not bad at all. Lots of bitter citrus hops with slight malt. Kinda refreshing . Worth a try especially if you can get it fresh.

The Exchange Grand Cru 3.2  
The Exchange Brewery Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
750mL bottle, sent from wilco (thanks a lot, Mike), pours a cloudy golden orange with a small white head. Aroma brings out orange fruits, Belgian yeast, and candied sugar. Flavour is similar, with Belgian yeast, orange fruits, earthy notes, and candied sugar. Murky and confused - not all that coordinated. It's pleasant enough, but needs some refining.

The Exchange Grand Cru 3.5  
The Exchange Brewery Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Hazy, tan, and without much head. There's some light brett, nice body, some berries, and complex fruit and tart notes. Decent - not sure I pick up much tripel, but I appreciate the balance between the base beer of the sweetness, and the funky complexity.

Banded Horn The Mountain - Barrel Aged 4.0  
Banded Horn Brewing Company Biddeford, Maine
Thanks to my brother for this. Opaque black pour and generic label. Sweet, roasty aroma - pumpernickel, chocolate cake, freshly brewed mocha coffee, oak - mmm. Rich, sweet flavor with Burley pipe tobacco, rye, and chocolate muffins. A little alcohol at first but it does not linger. Good RIS!

Beau's Farm Table: Saison 3.4  
Beau’s Brewing Co. Vankleek Hill, Ontario
Great basic saison. Easy drinking, Does not push boundaries. Definition of a saison.

Coney Island Freaktoberfest (pre-2015) 2.5  
Not to bad to try. Lots of mocha, dried raisins, and coffee notes. Not too thick or syrupy.

Twin City Run of the Mill 3.2  
Twin City Brewing Port Alberni, British Columbia
Growler - Fruity and buttery notes. Clear gold with a small white head. Bitter and fruity, light butterscotch with a long bitterness.

21st Amendment Blah Blah Blah IPA 4.0  
21st Amendment Brewery San Francisco, California
Tasty DIPA (can says 8%), tons of bright tropical citrus notes on top of a firm, toasted-biscuits-n-caramel malt base, sweet and hoppy and bitter and pretty damn delicious. Orange, grapefruit, and pineapple mix with an herbal dankness and hints of marmalade, all on top of a thick, grainy backbone. Finishes piney and semisweet with citrus percolating all throughout the fade. Pours a beautiful, slightly hazed gold, giving up a massive white head and endless lacing. Nose melds citrus and pine with flowers and wet grain. Lovely texture, sparkly and pert. Good beer.

Twin City Run of the Mill 3.1  
Twin City Brewing Port Alberni, British Columbia
Light amber. Not much head. On the nose, it has a fair bit of diacetyl, some earthy hops, and a bit of toasty malts. Fairly bitter, lots of toasty malts. Again, diacetyl. Not super offensive, but I wish it wasn't there. The bitterness and the spicy hop notes are both nice, and I like the toasty, chewy breadcrust malts. So clean up the butter and you'd probably got a decent old school IPA.

Rogue HazelNut Brown Nectar 4.4  
Rogue Ales Newport, Oregon
Nice dark brown color. Nutty aroma. You really get more and more of the hazelnut with each sip. It starts to taste like Nutella after a whilef but not too sweet at all. Delicious!

Bierstadt Oktoberfest 3.8  
Bierstadt Lagerhaus Denver, Colorado
On tap at the Lagerhaus. Thanks, Cubs and Leighton, for sharing! Pours dark, brownish-orange, with a large, foamy, khaki head. Smells of brown bread, allspice, rye, butterscotch, and ripe bananas. Big, malty sweetness, with a touch of hoppy bitterness to balance. Medium body, with a smooth, clean, and malty mouthfeel. This is a simple, malt-forward Oktoberfestbier. Very well made.


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