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Duvel Single (Duvel Green)

Duvel Single Keg Collar

Duvel Single may be found by its prior name Duvel Green.  This beer by any name is unique and yet truly delicious.  Only found on draft, this beer will pour a yellowish color that almost has a hint of green to it.  It is light, sweet, and refreshing with a lingering lemongrass flavor.  A perfect summer beer for an evening on the patio.  This beer has an overall earthy feeling, which is probably why it was originally entitled “green.”  Since this one goes down really easily, make sure to note that it contains almost 7% alcohol.

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Left Hand Milk Stout

Left Hand Milk Stout

Milk Stout is an amazing dark beer that anyone can drink.  Picture a cafe latte while you’re drinking this and you won’t be disappointed.  I like to let my beers sit for 5 minutes or so before truly experiencing their real flavor.  The first sip can sometimes be misleading if a beer is super cold. Milk Stout is one of those beers that gets better as it comes to room temperature.  The silky smoothness as you swallow will have you envisioning the ending to a great glass of milk.  I highly recommend this beer to any and all drinkers, even…

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Mikkeller Nelson Sauvin Brut

Mikkeller Nelson Sauvin Brut

This beer is one of the more unusual beers I have tried recently.  It’s a hoppy Belgian beer aged in Sauvignon Blanc barrels.  The color is amber on top and copper on the bottom with a touch of orange in between.  There is a lot of lacing sticking to the glass.  It smells like grapefruit and has some Brettanomyces notes (this is a wild yeast that can make a beer taste like ‘horsehair’ or ‘horseblanket’ – here, the yeast actually adds subtle earth and pineapple notes).  There is a lot of citrus in the nose from the hops and the…

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Surly Coffee Bender

Surly Coffee Bender Label

For the longest time, Surly and another brewery called Oskar Blues were two of the few micro brewers that canned their beers.  Now, the country is being invaded by aluminum vessels, and even some of the big brewers like Sierra Nevada, Avery and New Belgium are canning their beers.  I guess that means Surly is a brewery of trendsetters.  When you see a can, remember, it doesn’t mean the beer inside is bland.  This can is better than most bottles out there.

Just remember to use a glass!  I poured the contents in a snifter so I could really taste…

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Weyerbacher Imperial Pumpkin Ale

Weyerbacher Pumpkin Ale

I love pumpkin beers. Fall is one of my favorite times to be a beer drinker. And Weyerbacher Imperial Pumpkin is one of the best. This beer tastes almost like eating a piece of pumpkin pie. I swear if you squirted a bit of whip cream on top of this beer, it would be nirvana. Just as you’d expect in a splendid piece of pumpkin pie, this ale has a cinnamon, pumpkin, and nutmeg flavoring that just warms your soul. If you close your eyes, you can almost taste the crust. This is definitely a smooth beer and one that,…

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