Abominable Winter Ale

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  1. BerlinBomber

    BerlinBomber Initiate (141) Nov 19, 2011 Connecticut

    Curious what people think of this one
     
  2. ShawnG

    ShawnG Initiate (0) Jul 6, 2012 South Carolina

    Had a friend who brought a bottle from Oregon last year. It was epic. Loved it.
     
  3. deskim

    deskim Initiate (0) Jul 14, 2010 Pennsylvania

    The cans have my favorite artwork of any beer. I welcome any hoppy winter beers for a nice change of pace.
     
  4. checktherhyme

    checktherhyme Aspirant (261) Apr 8, 2008 Washington

    Which Abominable? HUB and Fremont both make one, and I really like them both.
     
  5. sukwonee

    sukwonee Crusader (740) Dec 13, 2011 Washington
    Beer Trader

    Fremont = awesome.

    HUB = pretty good

    Bourbon-aged Fremont = fucking amazing
     
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  6. thebigredone

    thebigredone Champion (800) Dec 19, 2011 Wisconsin
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    Based on the one bottle I got through letspour, it was good. Not amazing, but good.
     
  7. BerlinBomber

    BerlinBomber Initiate (141) Nov 19, 2011 Connecticut

    HUB specifically - wasn't aware of Fremont
     
  8. litheum94

    litheum94 Initiate (0) Dec 29, 2008 California

    I thought Fremont Abominal was ok. Didn't do too much for me. I loved the BA aged version.
     
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