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Peche Mortel from DDC.
Can't wait for this years Fezziwig to come out!!
There are better winter warmers out there, but I really love Anchor's Christmas Ale!! I always get a few bottles every year.
Alley Kat's Dragon series is pretty good... mighty expensive though.
There's still a few 2012 Anchor Christmas ales around here, will pick up a bottle or two to do a comparison when 2013's version come along.
Sounds just about right up here in lovely Edmonton, Alberta. Sigh.
Mostly towards IPAs: "it's too bitter".
Another time I once gave a friend some fresh Weihenstephaner Hefeweiisbier; takes a sip, pause for a few...
Anchor Brekle's Brown. Decent brown ale.
Pale Ale, Bigfoot, Celebration, Tumbler, Summerfest, Stout. I hope one day they expand to Canada.
I'd try it out like I do every year. I hope they do keep the art style though (different tree each year). Pretty unique compared to other winter...
Picked up a 6 pack of Anchor Porter and Sam Adams Winter Lager.
Sipping on some of the Porter right now; has a nice sweetness to it.
Maisel's Weisse Hefeweizen. Tasted so damn sour. Whenever I pass by it in the stores it puts me off from drinking a hefeweizen.
Nice job Sierra Nevada in Category 15!
Maisel's Weisse Original hefeweizen - smelled like an average hefeweizen, but man the taste, soooooo sour and a bunch of other off flavors....
4x Sam Adams Octoberfest
1x DDC Solstice d'hiver
1x Phillips Longboat Chocolate Porter
1x Tree Brewing Cutthroat Pale Ale
4x Green Flash West...
Rotating (especially seasonals) selections, mix-a-six, nice singles and 4/6 packs selection, and knowledgeable staff who are aware of expiry...
Definitely check out beers from Cantillon, they're pretty darn good.
Can't get SN or NB, unless I make a few hour trip down to the US, but when I do I usually stock up on a lot of SN products. Otherwise SA the most....
Another one for Sierra Nevada - sent them an email with some questions and they responded back within a few hours. Very nice.
I suppose if you...
Hard to say. FFF and Sierra Nevada immediately comes to mind, but I'll go for SN. Very good beers that cover a variety of styles that I enjoy....