Release Lakefront Brewery 4 new beers for 2013

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  1. Westuh

    Westuh Initiate (0) Oct 9, 2012 Wisconsin

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  2. jdauria

    jdauria Initiate (172) Sep 15, 2010 Massachusetts
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    Love Lakefront's beers, though unfortunately here in MA, the only two I have been able to find is their IPA and Fixed Gear. Both were great and their IPA amazing.
     
  3. jjheinrichs

    jjheinrichs Initiate (0) Apr 13, 2010 Wisconsin

    Is the imperial stout in stores?
     
  4. Circleo12

    Circleo12 Devotee (443) Nov 12, 2012 South Carolina
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    The Cherry Lager and the Cream City Pale Ale are the only 2 that I've seen in South Carolina.
     
  5. thebigredone

    thebigredone Champion (802) Dec 19, 2011 Wisconsin
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    Nice, that stout sounds interesting. Can't wait to see what the other releases end up being.
     
  6. Westuh

    Westuh Initiate (0) Oct 9, 2012 Wisconsin

    The imperial stout is not out yet as far as I know, its 10% alc and will be coming in a 4 pack and will be "limited edition"
     
  7. jjheinrichs

    jjheinrichs Initiate (0) Apr 13, 2010 Wisconsin

    Nice to see it in a 4 pack instead of bombers.
     
  8. LazerBeast

    LazerBeast Initiate (0) Dec 13, 2009 Wisconsin

    Looking forward to trying these.
     
  9. bdub32689

    bdub32689 Initiate (0) May 19, 2011 Massachusetts
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    Where in MA did you find the IPA and Fixed gear? those are two of my favorite offerings from them
    My girlfriend bought me two bottles of their limited release black friday beer (released on black friday duh) and will be bringing it to me for the new year cant wait
     
  10. BrownAleMale

    BrownAleMale Initiate (0) Dec 14, 2011 Wisconsin
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    Just seeing it in kegs right now. I think in January it will be bottle released.
     
  11. InVinoVeritas

    InVinoVeritas Zealot (567) Apr 16, 2012 Wisconsin
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    I tried the imperial stout last night on tap; for those who are local, I was at Benno's on Greenfield. I only had a taste and didn't order a glass, which I believe is a 10 oz pour; so my recollection is not the best since I didn't take any notes (read review at your own discretion).

    S (4.25): It had a great smell, with a lot going on. You pick up roasted malts, toffee, and some dark fruit, plum being what I remember most.

    A (4): Appearance was also rather good, dark nearly opaque. If I recall right, reasonability good head, tan with appropriate thickness.

    T (3): Pretty complex. Leads with the toffee / roasted malts and finishes with the dark fruits. I didn't particularly like the finish, the cherries / plum on the finish wasn't pleasing to me and was why I didn't order a glass. It's by no means bad, don't get me wrong; just wasn't for me.

    M (4): Mouthfeel was good, with a medium to heavy, as is typical for the style.

    O (3.75): Overall pretty good. The taste would keep me from really falling in love with this. I would certainly try a full pour to be fair. Also bringing in price point, I'd say this offers a pretty good value.
     
  12. Westuh

    Westuh Initiate (0) Oct 9, 2012 Wisconsin

    It has hit Milwaukee! Bottled on the 26th, spotted at Ottos
     
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