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Cellar Door - Stillwater Artisanal Ales

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Ratings: 999
Reviews: 297
rAvg: 4.03
pDev: 10.92%
Wants: 64
Gots: 125 | FT: 7
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Maryland, United States

Style | ABV
Saison / Farmhouse Ale |  6.60% ABV

Availability: Summer

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: John_M on 05-22-2010

Over the ages the term ’cellar door’ has numerously been referred to as the most beautiful term in the English language. Upon setting out to create the first summer addition to the Stateside line up of ales; the feeling that almost instantly came to me was that of beauty & cleansing. Many summer offerings tend to lack the complexity of their bigger, colder season counterparts; so my goal was to craft an ale of extreme balance with a delicate complexity that allows for contemplation while also providing quaffable refreshment. Starting with a base of German wheat & pale malts this crisp slightly hazy foundation was then accented with a blend of Sterling & Citra hops providing a intricate blend of herbal grass & tangerine citrus flavors and aroma. To pull this all together and to complete the ’cleansing’ aspect of my vision I gently finished the ale off with a touch of white sage, lending a mild earthy spice character to the blend. Of course let’s not forget our house saison yeast that brought all the elements together leaving a dry yet intricate finish.
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Photo of allforbetterbeer
4/5  rDev -0.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Much thanks to beandip for this extra in a recent trade. Poured into a wide-top weizen glass.

Pours luminescent honey-gold topped with a finger of pure white head that seemingly lasts forever as a beautiful and vigorous column of bubbles rises to replenish it from the bottom of the glass.

Dry cracked wheat and barley malt are the class act of the nose, with additional elements of light cactus-type sweet fruit notes and a touch of yeast. There are traces of hops and a earthy spice that I assume is sage as well.

From the get-go this isn't a normal grain/yeast driven farmhouse ale. Instead there is a poised balance of sweet and subtle floral and fruity notes and grounded wheat and barley malts. The flavor begins with a clear lightly rich hop flavor that provides a little bitter kick. This bitterness gives way to slightly harsher spice notes (sage and slight phenolic yeast flavors) and all is wrapped up with a wash of toasty grains that blends the aftertaste.

The mouthfeel is light and fluffy but in no way thin or watery. The carbonation isn't as aggressive as I expected, which I appreciate.

Conclusion: This saison won't hurt you with alcohol bite or yeast twang, but it isn't a domesticated example of this varied style either. I like the textured flavors and balance of old-world style with hops and spices. Certainly worth you while and your money if you have any interest in this style of ale.

Photo of Pencible
4.32/5  rDev +7.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A: This poured a cloudy gold with tons of fluffy white head.
S: It smelled spicy and earthy with some tart and funk. Apricot and lemon and grass, with a bit of clove and oak and wild honey and rye.
T: It tasted like tons of spices and herbs and earthy zest and tartness, with some fresh oak and rye and clove and wild honey. It had a super clean and spicy aftertaste that was very smooth.
M: It was watery and slick with lots of natural carbonation. Nice and bubbly yet slick.
D: This was one of the better saisons I've had, with super complex, delicate and delicious scent and taste. Nice body for the style, and low alcohol, so quite easy to drink but should be sipped to savor. Not for aging. Highly recommended.

Photo of Bendurgin
4.2/5  rDev +4.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured into a tulip. Pours a clear golden straw color with four fingers of fluffy white retaining head. It settles a bit with sticky lace.

A little bit of a funky aroma to start. A bit of lemon in the background with some pepper but this smells like a barnyard for the most part. Buttery flavor with some toasty grains and lemon on the pallet. It finishes with just a little bit of a lemon zing and good funky flavor.

The feel is light with good carbonation. Seems to be somewhat coating on the pallet though. Overall I'd say this one hits the spot for what I look for in a saison. Very well done.

Photo of Sam21
3.67/5  rDev -8.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

750ml bottle purchased for ~$8. No best by or bottled on date. Poured into tulip.

Appearance – The first pour yields a bright golden orange body with great clarity. The second pour is significantly hazy with a fluffy white head filled with large soda bubbles. No noticeable lacing.

Smell – Spices up front, which was surprising, as I did not know this was brewed with white sage. Nice dry spice note, citrus fruit, sweet malt, with a dry chalky yeast aroma. It leans towards the spicy side.

Taste – Sage up front with a subtle malt sweetness behind filling in behind. The citra hops add a bright lemony acidity that is present but elusive at times behind the spices. The yeast enhances the sage adding hints of clove and a great dry finish.

Mouthfeel – Light bodied with full mouth filling carbonation. As soon as this beer hits your tongue, the carbonation opens up and fills your mouth. Really lively.

Drinkability – The spice note mingles so nicely with the lemony citra hop note. It adds such a unique edge to this beer that keeps your interest throughout. I wish there was more behind the spice, but the dry finish combined with everything else in the flavor is enough to pull me back in.

Photo of Metalmonk
4.07/5  rDev +1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Without even trying, the head is, oh, about a hand thick (five fingers)...so there's clearly a whole lotta gas buildup in this bottle. Once it chills out, the head remains big and fluffy and blinding white, much like another "heady" beer, Duvel. Color is a hazy sunny yellow color.

Cellar Door is intensely fragrant. The sage is clearly showing, but not cloying, with more flowery, spicy, and herbal elements making up the very bright aroma. Slightly funky, with an earthy mineral component that lends itself well to everything else going on here.

Taste is almost as inviting as the aroma (kinda like coffee does, right?). While the aroma was all "saison," the taste blends that style with elements of those super-refreshing Berliner Weissbiers. It's crisp in both flavor and feel, with sage, white pepper, cracked wheat and lemon flavors dancing nicely on top of a bubbly, bright, light and appropriately buoyant body.

A very enjoyable quaff. Super solid and super quality in every aspect. This is my first Stillwater beer, and I'm now officially anxious to try more.

Photo of dcloeren
4.28/5  rDev +6.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Split with JayAre46, thanks for sharing broseph.

Poured a hazy light honey color with 3 fingers of fizzy white head. Slowly receded into a semi thin ring.

The smell of this beer is very interesting. Getting alot of barnyard funk, citrus notes and mint like qualities. I can only assume that this is from the white sage that they used... smells delicious and refreshing

Taste follows the nose but holy shit this is a clean and crisp beer.

Mouthfeel is light in body and extremely carbonated. It feels like thousands of needles stabbing your tongue with each sip. Very clean and dry finish

Overall, this is a cash money Saison. Wish it was available here because I would crush this on the reg all summer long.

Photo of yeahnatenelson
4.15/5  rDev +3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Warning -- this one definitely gushed on me.

Appearance -- Pours a hazed honey amber hue with a giant tuft of frothy white head - quite a gusher. Not bad at all.

Smell -- Somewhat yeasty and with a great deal of spicy fermentation character. Sage and…peppermint also show themselves. Malt character is sweet overall with akin to clover honey and tropical fruits. Very unique.

Taste -- Lots of fermentation character present: spice and phenolic fruitiness abound. Citrus peel, sage, peppermint, and clover honey are also present. The malt sweetness has a tropical fruit bent: lychee, starfruit, and various other mild-tasting, soft-fleshed fruits. Good complexity, and no flavor component clashes with any other.

Mouthfeel -- Medium-bodied with mild fluffy carbonation. The gush took the life out of the carbonation, but was still pleasant enough.

Overall -- Of the few Stillwater releases I've had, this has been my favorite. Nice complexity and a certain je ne sais quasi that kept me coming back to dissect the layers of subtle flavors. I'm not much of a saisonophile, but this one kept me interested. A must-try saison, right up with Dupont.

This was intended to be a gift for a friend until it started gushing in the back of my car on the way home. Truthfully, I'm glad I had this all to myself.

Photo of Gueuzedude
4.25/5  rDev +5.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

Sampled July 2011
A steady pour into my large Tripel Karmeliet tulip produces a prodigious, four-finger thick, pale head that forms an interesting, varied head as it slowly subsides as well as leaving lots of lacing on the sides of my glass. The beer is a hazy, honey-amber color that shows a deeply hazed, orange, straw color when held up to the light. The aroma has an earthy back note of Dupont-yeast like spiciness and I think the sage comes in here as well. Up front the beer has a citrus character as well as a fruity, almost tropical fruit character that perhaps reminds me a bit of juicy fruit bubblegum character; it is interesting that the hop fruit character really melds with the rustic spiciness and it transforms the hop character to be something completely different than one would find in a cleaner IPA. Specific aromatic notes of Meyer Lemon, lychee, candied lime, woody sage, a musty woodiness, a touch of phenolics that isn’t quite medicinal or plastic like. I like the juicy hop character here, it really works with the hint of sage and rustic yeast aromatics.

The beer is quite dry tasting, and nicely light bodied; the body still has a touch of viscous character, just enough to keep this from being watery. There is quite a bit of zippy carbonation, though it is not on the high side for a Saison. The beer has quite a bit of up front hoppiness that has flavors of lychee, super ripe tangelo, Meyer Lemon, and Curacao orange zest. This up front character is not quite dominant, there is a strong, woody sage note and a touch of bitterness in the finish, and a deep earthy spiciness and yeast phenolic character towards the finish. The sage is actually perhaps the most dominant character in the flavor, but it couples quite prominently with a spicy, peppery fermentation character. The finish really has a sharpness and bite to it, this seems to be a combination of the hop character, the sage and the fermentation character. The hops and fermentation spiciness combine to form a sort of Japanese, pickled ginger character, as well as a spicy herbal character. There is an earthy, yeast character here that seems to suggest that quite a bit of the haze in this beer is due to yeast (I really didn’t give this any time to settle), but this is certainly not a bad thing and adds to the rusticity.

This is quite a nice Saison, it is certainly a bit rough around the edges, but that just adds to the character. The balance towards rough is caused by the ample hop character that I am quite enjoying, so I definitely wouldn’t want the hops to be reduced in order to make this softer / rounder. This is definitely my type of “Americanized” Saison.

Photo of JLeege
3.71/5  rDev -7.9%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Poured into a weizen glass

Appearance- Clear golden color with a large, stubborn fluffy white head. Tons of active carbonation, probably the most I have ever seen. Good lacing left behind. This beer just looks phenomenal.

Smell- Lemon, fresh cut grass, semi musty dank cellar, the sage as stated on the bottle is very present, a hint of wheat.

Taste- Starts out fairly wheaty, more than the aroma would suggest. Leading into slightly bready notes and some lemon. There are some other jumbled citrus flavors in the middle of the drink too, pineapple stands out a bit. Somewhat grassy towards the finish, with big notes of sage. Finishes with citrus and sage on the tongue.

Mouthfeel- Medium light body, with high carbonation. Not quite as crisp as some of the top notch saisons.

Overall- Honestly, I am not crazy about this one. If the sage was turned down a bit I would like this better, and I generally enjoy off the wall spices in my beers. Probably won’t get this again, but will definitely continue to explore Stillwater; any brewer that specializes in saisons is fine by me.

Photo of EgadBananas
3.98/5  rDev -1.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

Big thanks to Gushue3 for the psychic want!

Pours an opaque, hazy medium orange color. A plethora of carbonation bubbles all around the glass stream to the top, forming a bright white head full of tight bubbles. Aroma is very bready, with notes of citrus and light yeast funk. Slight bready sweetness balances things out. Taste has a lot of yeasty, earthy spice notes, nice backing citrus and bready malt/wheat sweetness. Carbonation is a bit too effervescent and stingy. Light body is good though.

Hybrids are great, and this is very nice one. Very glad to have the chance to try it.

Photo of cjgator3
3.68/5  rDev -8.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

750ml bottle

A- Poured into a tulip. Pours a golden orangish color with a nice off-white head with good retention and lacing.

S- The aroma is pale malts, a lot of peppery spices, lemon zest, yeast and earthiness. The aroma is fantastic, it is a really nice smelling farmhouse ale. 

T- The taste features some malt up front with some fruitiness (pears, apples), a big spice presence, a nice dose of yeast and some warmth in the finish from the alcohol.

M- The mouthfeel is somewhere between light and medium bodied with a good amount of carbonation.

O- Overall, I really enjoyed this farmhouse ale. I would purchase again. Recommended!

Photo of kylehay2004
4.33/5  rDev +7.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

A - 3 finger head of white foam. Hazy, dark golden body. Slowly dissipating head

S - Malty, spicey with earthy hops. Lemon.

T - Starts dry. Spicy, black pepper, wheat and malts. Nice example of a flavorful saison with a present but not overstated spicey/peppery yeast presence.

M - Medium bodied. moderately to high carbonation. Dry from start to finish.

Overall - Nice and complex, many tastes that blend well make for an outstanding saison. I can't wait to get my hands on more from this brewery.

Photo of BeerImmediately
4.11/5  rDev +2%
look: 3 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

22oz poured into a Dupont Bons Voeux chalice.

Average sized soapy white head that fades quickly to a ring over a very clear (initially), golden body with plenty of carbonation flowing up. With 2nd and 3rd pour, it got considerably more cloudy with the yeast coming into play.

Nice aromas of hay, light peppery spice, and lots of wood.

Flavors are quite sweet for the style - lots of white grapes, banana, corn, braeburn apples and the peppery herbal sage.

Mouthfeel has plenty of crisp zest, but is relatively rich overall. I really enjoyed this aspect of the beer.

Overall, another very good Saison from Stillwater that no one should hesitate from buying.

Photo of Phelps
4.18/5  rDev +3.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Pale gold. Very cloudy — only the shadows of my fingers are visible through the glass. A huge, pillowy white head slowly descends to one finger in height, compacting and becoming frothy. No lace.

Spicy, peppery nose. White pepper, lemon and grapefruit peel, hints of pear, maybe some banana.

The flavor really explodes, expanding on the nose. Grapefruit, coriander, lemon, sweet pears and peppercorns. A snap of tartness hits beforelightly drying finish. Pretty fantastic. Nice and complex; a perfect blend.

Prickly medium carbonation in a medium body. Very soft fizz, with hints of fumes and warmth. Clean and snappy.

Opening the Cellar Door reveals a depth of flavor, the mining of which delivers new notes each time. It could be dryer, but as far as American-made saisons go, this is one of the best.

Photo of Reaper16
4.12/5  rDev +2.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

750mL bottle served into a tulip glass

Pours a very hazy yellow, sort of the color of a stone ground mustard. It looks very much like an unfiltered American Pale Wheat Ale, actually; that's the sort of haze that I'm talking about. 1.25 fingers of very white, very fine head forms, but dissipates to a moderate ring rather quickly. Lackadaisical lacing, but a solid enough looking wheat beer in all.

Cellar Door has a good nose, especially for a Saison that doesn't feature wild yeast complexity. Lots of flora right off the bat: sage, dandelion, coriander. There's some combination of fruitiness & light earthiness, like peach skin. Just a kiss of lightly medicinal phenols. I pick up on a musty yeast component as well, somewhat chalky, that reminds me of old paint chips. As the beer warms, the natural lemony zip from the wheat pokes through, which really rounds out the aroma. Good stuff.

The flavor starts off with lots of fruits: white grapes for days and peach candy (like the flavor of synthetic peach and not actual peaches) and yellow delicious apples. That fruit soon gives way to the bitter phenolic structure and the spicy botanical flavors of sage, coriander, and honeysuckle on the midpalate. There's some grapefruit/generic citrus hops flavors in there too; they aren't assertive, but they are present as a nice backing player. The finish is like eating a slice of wheat bread drizzled with honey and... while lemon-scented disinfectant. The medicinal phenols last way after the swallow, and they prevent the wheaty finish from being too sweet. This is a straightforward interpretation of the style, but there is a lot to be said about its focus and execution. It simply doesn't have flaws, not in terms of what it is trying to do.

Cellar Door has carbonation and creaminess in spades. In fact, the flaw of its mouthfeel lies in having to much of these things. Swish the beer around in your mouth and it foams up, it thickens, into a slightly too-heafty beer, while the carbonation is slightly too overactive. The entire mouthfeel reminds me of Dr. Pepper in this way. Overall, this is a darn good Saison. It smells and tastes quite fresh and floral. Its brewed conventionally for the style, but manages to come across as quite traditional. This is one of the better American iterations of the Saison style.

Photo of dnrobert24
4.12/5  rDev +2.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Pours a murky yellow. Not great, but fine for the style. Things take off from there. Spices abound--ginger in particular. Where did this come from? The label says it is brewed with sage. Perhaps it is the power of suggestion as more herbal notes flow...Rosemary, sage, coriander. There is a twang in the nose, like a sour, on-the-verge-of-spoiling flavor. I love it. It is not an acetic sour, but a sour-mash type aroma. Pale malts abound and the beer satisfies and still suggests more sips with each swallow. Hard to get enough. Aromatic herb garden aromas linger on the tongue. Definitely pick this one up if you see it.

Photo of ccrida
4.42/5  rDev +9.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured in a goblet, Cellar Door is a murky gold with a nice white head, a bit big-bubbled, nice lace.

Smell is very herbal, this is a heady brew, but the adjuncts are well integrated. Loving the sage.

Taste is good, this is a very well executed herbal saison, the sage really works well with the base saison, a nice spiciness. Very clean, a fairly short finish at first, until the sage awakens on the linger.

Mouthfeel is quite creamy, medium body.

Drinkability is great, I'm absolutely loving this brew, the use of sage as an adjunct is a total home-run, and really plays well with the base saison.

Photo of Halcyondays
4.38/5  rDev +8.7%
look: 3 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 4.5

750 mL bottle, great label,

A: Pours a translucent goldenrod, very much witbier like. Fizzy soapy head, no lace, good head retention.

S: Intoxicating nose of sage which I really cant resist. Reminds me a lot of Saison du BUFF for sure.

T: Sage and coriander type flavours, very herbal and distinct. Light wheat malt makes a play with a hint of lemon. Some citrusy hop notes midway through. Yeasty undertones throughout. Very well balanced.

M: Somewhat fizzy and a tad overcarbonated. I think a little more heft could have helped. Light-bodied overall.

O: This is a really good saison, the nose is great and the flavour is similarly good. I've been wanting to try this for a while and it did not disappoint. $12 is steep for a 750, but it's worth it for this wonderful saison.

Photo of bum732
4.43/5  rDev +9.9%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

S: Black pepper spice with fresh sage. A bright citrus like component, some lemon and orange, torn orange leaves with some herbal freshness.

L: Cloudy orange yellow, carbonated white head with 1/2 retention, solid lacing.

T: Sage like herbalness with a peppery sweetness. Spicy medium bitterness leads to some fruity notes, orange in particular. Finishes fairly dry with some residual peppery spiciness.

M: High carbonation, medium mouthfeel, spritzy.

Really enjoyed this beer, sage was subtle enough. My favorite from them so far.

Photo of impending
4.24/5  rDev +5.2%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

750 ml into a tulip. Pours a deep hazed pale orange. Towering head recedes slowly leaving clumpy froth, superb lacing.

Aroma is wonderfully complicated, tremendous depth. Citrus, peppery yeasty spices, major phenolic notes. Socks become evident as it warms.

Flavor has notes of pine, dirt and citrus wrestling each other before pepper appears. The sage adds a subtle, not immediately obvious, contribution which is most apparent at the beginning of the aftertaste which is long lived and excellent. The sage comes more forward as it warms. Light prickly yet creamy mouthfeel.

Photo of wesbrownyeah
4.12/5  rDev +2.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Cellar Door Saison/farmhouse ale by Stillwater Artisanal Ales 6.6% alcohol poured into a Chimay Goblet.

A- Pours a golden hazy straw yellow hued fluid with tight pillowy head that leaves patch lacing behind top to bottom.

S- Upfront is a hint of sage and hibiscus in the nose, followed by musky yeast and light alcohol esters. Very inviting to the senses.

T-M- Bold sage and yeast crackle of the the buds on first sip leaving a melody of peppery malts with balanced spice on the tongue. Alcoholic sweet grainy flavors are noted in the backbone. Mouthfeel is smooth with moderate carbonation.

A great tasting Farmhouse brew.

Photo of trappistlover
3.9/5  rDev -3.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

(750ml bottle from Total Wine Tempe). Pour cloudy yellow-orange with a white head. Aroma has sage, lemon and some wheat. Taste is sweet that follows the aroma. After having Saison Du Buff I was concerned that the sage would be overpowering, but they use finesse here. Medium bodied with an oily texture. Light bitter finish. Nice job with using the sage and balancing it with the saison characteristics.

Photo of robhunta
3.94/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

A - What a beautiful beer! Pours avhazy orang with several inches of this fluffy head.

S - I get wheat and yeast with a hint of citrus. I also get a tiny bit of skunk aroma, but I have had this beer in the cellar for probably 4 months

T - yeast is the mist prevalent flavor I get, it's preceded by crisp wheat and hops and followed by fruity citrus.

M - I found the mouthfeel quite interesting and a but unusual,
Aybe I'm not as familiar with the style, but it was very dry, crisp and stingingfrom the carbonation, much like champagne. Light- bodied.

Overall I like this beer, the taste had some nice complexity, but I
didn't love the mouthfeel, so much so that it brought the score down.

***edit*** Holy cow that was delicious!!!! I highly recommend pairing this with steamers!

Photo of glid02
4.22/5  rDev +4.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

On-tap at the Brick Store.

Pours a hazy copper color with a white head leaving decent lacing.

Smells of light to medium malts with good amounts of light citrus hops and hints of lighter, leafy hops in the background. Also present are hints of musty notes in the background.

Tastes good. Slightly dry medium malt flavors up front are joined by bright citrus hops with slight amounts of white pepper. Near the end of the sip leafy hops round things out. The ending is mildly bitter. Mouthfeel is good, with solid carbonation.

Overall I was a fan of this beer, though it’s fairly far from a traditional saison. Refreshing and worth a shot.

Photo of andrewinski1
4.17/5  rDev +3.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Poured into a tulip. Lots of foam when poured (didn't open this one very cold). Nice slightly hazy light straw color with a solid white head.

The aroma is yeast forward with zesty pineapple with a hint of soap. The tropical fruit aroma is most dominant and quite enjoyable.

The taste starts out with mild tropical fruit and sweetness; followed by peppery yeast spice that makes for a dry and relatively crisp finish.

This drinks light and refreshingly, with a lot of carbonation that is appropriate.

Another winner from Stillwater, this would make for a nice table beer also.

Cellar Door from Stillwater Artisanal Ales
90 out of 100 based on 999 ratings.