RATINGS: 65   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.3/5   SEASONAL: Winter   IBU: 25   EST. CALORIES: 246   ABV: 8.2%
Our holiday seasonal ale with cinnamon, honey, orange peel and fresh ginger has been tapped, so now the holiday season can officially begin! Cheers! From The BREW Kettle Family.

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b33r (875) - Ohio, USA - DEC 5, 2013
Nice dark dark amber color with no head and spotty oily lacing. Aroma is malty and spicy. Has great oktoberfest malt taste with more spices. Pretty good overall.

msalsbury (32) - Hilliard, Ohio, USA - NOV 23, 2013
Very nice. Pours a beautiful, clear mahogany color with off-white head that dissipates quickly. Aroma includes dark fruit, honey, malt, and cinnamon. Flavor is definitely sweet, but not syrupy. The ginger and nutmeg take a back seat in this one, with the honey, malt, cinnamon, and citrus peel dominating. The 8.2% ABV combined with the cinnamon delivers the "warming" you’d expect in a beer called Winter Warmer. Very, very nice.

matthewjk (1101) - San Diego, California, USA - NOV 13, 2013
A pleasant experience; this is a well accomplished winter warmer with just the right peaks and valleys of sweetness and fun holiday adjuncts. Damn thing will warm you up.

Onslow (1495) - Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA - APR 8, 2013
Pour from a 12 oz bottle. Six pack from a Giant Eagle supermarket just outside of Cleveland. Clear medium brown brew with fizzy off white head that very quickly settles. Aroma of sweet malt, spices - clove, nutmeg, cinnamon - a bit of ethanol, a little tart fruit. Taste is sweet, moderate amount of nutmeg, cinnamon, clove; finish is dominated by spice, still sweet with a warm ethanol flourish at the end. Palate is relatively light. Nice for a spiced up holiday brew.

TheHOFF43 (2052) - Robbinsdale, Minnesota, USA - MAR 17, 2013
Bottle. Another winter beer, how did I get so many of these? Blah. Spices and shit, pretty average

BVery (10510) - Plymouth, Minnesota, USA - FEB 18, 2013
Bottle from Lizardville Rocky River. Clear amber pour with basically no head. The cinnamon, honey, and orange are all very present in their individual components. Pretty cool how easy it is to pick each out in this one. A little bit of caramel sweetness at the back end of the taste. Tasty stuff.

Elwood (3336) - Leesburg, Virginia, USA - JAN 12, 2013
Serving: 12 oz. bottle via trade from Cliff. Thanks Cliff! It pours a deep amber color with a small, light tan head. The nose is fruity with slight ginger, spiced bread, and candied orange notes. Malty and sweet on the tongue with a good dose of orange, ginger, light cinnamon, and dark bread. Medium to full body with a good bit of softer carbonation and a short to medium finish. A little sweet for my taste, but decent.

Nephilium (1818) - Cleveland, Ohio, USA - JAN 6, 2013
This beer starts with a mild aroma of honey and spice. It pours a clear reddish-amber, with a full off white head. This has a slight sweetness to it, as well as the Christmas spices that find their way into most Cleveland Christmas beers. Slightly slick mouthfeel, with no alcohol noticeable. A nice drinkable spiced Christmas beer.

Lukaduke (3206) - Gray, Maine, USA - JAN 1, 2013
{Pours a deep copper color with a traces of foam that quickly dissipates. On the nose there is some spicy sweet caramel with light touches of citrus. The palate follows closely with a round caramel body that is heightened by some floral honey notes, seasonal spice and a touch of bitter citrusy notes in the finish.

Chudwick (3207) - Taylor Mill, Kentucky, USA - DEC 24, 2012
12oz bottle - pours amber with tan head. Nose is spicy caramel. Flavor adds alcohol, citrus and potpourris. Sweetish. Alcohol bite gets stronger as it warms.

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