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Ferment Cheers to the Land 3.7  
Ferment Brewing Company Hood River, Oregon
Can. Pours a golden hue with a large white head. A soft beady citrus nose. Fresh lemon drop hops, lots of juicy hops here, toast.Very good, It grew on me.

West End Draught 1.5  
pours light copper white foamy head ,aroma of corn and grain, taste of corn malt slight sweet a little bitterness thirst quenching ok beer

NoCoast Collaborator 3.8  
NoCoast Beer Company Oskaloosa, Iowa
Clear dirty copper pour with a three finger creamy to chunky medium beige head. Aroma of caramel, cereal, bread, grassy, spicy, floral hops. Flavor is sweet dark caramel, crusty bread, and cereal. Also herbal, spicy, floral and light earthy hops. Medium to heavy body, slightly syrupy, light to medium, sparse carbonation. Really solid Doppelbock.

Matchless Over Contracted 3.8  
Matchless Brewing Tumwater, Washington
Can. Pours a somewhat hazy orange hue with a medium white head. A nice soft bready citrus nose. Smooth, lots of tropical flavors, pineapples, lots of malt. Smooth.

Timmermans Tradition Blanche Lambicus 3.5  
Timmermans (John Martin) Itterbeek, Flemish Brabant
Fruity funk aroma in a light gold pour. Fruity funk body is both sweet and sour - which makes it different from the usual lambic.

Wolters WinterStern 2.0  
Hofbrauhaus Wolters Braunschweig, Lower Saxony
Big ass can. Better yet... on sale for 99 cents at Pete's in the west burbs. It looks and tastes like cheap American lager, except slightly better. And at that price point.... I may take apart the couch and scrounge for enough to go back and by 5 more cans.ūü§™

Woodland Empire Mixtape IPA Series: Happy House 3.7  
16oz can from Brewers Haven. Dark brown pour, opaque, thin beige head, lacing. Aroma is light roasty malts, mild sweetness, hint of chocolate. Taste is chocolate, roasty, and a touch of hops. Mild sweetness and a gentle bitterness that stays put throughout the session. Nice.

Firestone Walker Parabola Orange Bitters Barrel 4.4  
Aromas of huge orange bitters dried orange peels chocolate floral notes bourbon oak fig raisin roasted barley vanilla and malted barley. Taste is absolutely decadent and well blended notes of orange bitters bitter orange peel perfume chocolate cocoa nibs roasted barley fig raisin dates toffee espresso dark roasted malts roasted barley oak bourbon vanilla burnt caramel and malted barley. Overall, simply spectacular. The orange bitters add a lovely twist to an already incredible beer. Outstanding.

Born Canela 3.4  
Born Brewing Co. Calgary, Alberta
473ml can. Pours an opaque dark brown, almost black with a small, creamy, short lived, tan head that leaves curtains of lace. Sweet aroma of roasted malt, dark chocolate, vanilla, cinnamon and day old coffee. Sweet, spicy flavour of grainy roasted malt, lactose, milk chocolate, cinnamon, vanilla, oats and day old coffee in a dry, mild bitter finish. Medium body with a smooth, oily texture and soft carbonation. Not bad, but almost too sweet for me.

Tree House Jubilee 3.9  
Tree House Brewing Company Charlton, Massachusetts
Pours a hazy, orange-pineapple, with smallish head. Aroma is stone fruit, citrus, tropical fruit. Flavor follows. Moderately hoppy in the finish. Soft, smooth mouthfeel. Slightly sweet.

Avery Barrel-Aged Series 62 - Imperialis 4.0  
12 oz. bottle, pours black with a medium beige head. Aroma is not that expressive for the style, with a nice melange of bourbon barrel character, maybe a touch on the smoky side. Flavour is complex, with a wonderful bourbon barrel character, moderate smokiness, and a solid roasted malt base underneath. Good base, but it's the barrel blend that is so impressive here. Lovely.

Modern Phenom - Rye Barrel 4.4  
Modern Brewery St. Louis, Missouri
12 oz. can via trade. Pours a deep, dark, opaque brown with a small tan head that settles into a thin ring. Notes of dark and milk chocolate, charred oak, rye whiskey, roasted malts, vanilla, molasses, fudge, caramel, and sweet oats. Full-bodied, with low to modest carbonation and a sweet, warming, roasty, coating mouthfeel. Almost identical to the Bourbon one. Maybe slightly more subdued in the aroma. Subtle rye. Outstanding.

Bell's Big Hearted IPA 3.8  
12 ounce can from Woodman's Appleton, 1/31/23. Hazy amber, large off-white head, good retention. Aroma of grapefruit, lemon, caramel. Taste is toffee, grapefruit, orange, tea leaves. Lingering bitterness. Well balanced.

Breckenridge Holidale 3.5  
Aromas are a little like scotch ale. Flavors are a lot like nose, lots of malt with maybe a little peat and a touch of roast. On the sweet side with just enough bitter and carbonation to balance. Not bad, not great.

Barebottle Wild Beyond the West 3.7  
Barebottle Brewing Company San Francisco, California
On tap at the Brass Tap in Vacaville. Pours clear light golden with a medium sized white head, good lacing. Pine, grapefruit, resin, zesty. Good


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