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Winner, October 19th, Hazy/Unfiltered IPAs:Fremont Head Full of Dynomite V.5
October 19th, Happy Hour Taste Competition: Hazy/Unfiltered IPAs
Fremont Head Full of Dynomite V.5
Bootlegger's Fullerton Haze No. 6
Concrete Jungle Joe Friday
Fall Cretin Hop
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St. Nicholas, aka Santa Claus, is a magical figure, the bringer of gifts and an icon of holiday spirit. Forgotten by most is his evil side kick and enforcer of ‘the list’. European tradition says while St. Nick is busy delivering presents to good little boys and girls, Krampus hands out punishments to the bad. A fanged, goat-horned bully, the Christmas Devil uses sticks and chains to beat the naughty children. Dark malts and aromatic hops create the diabolical spirit of this brew. It is finished with lager yeast and aged cold for no less than 30 days. This Imperial Helles Lager will warm even the darkest hearts.
Robust in character yet smooth in delivery, Cabin Fever is a roasty brown ale and a hearty, comforting companion for long, mind-bending winters. Its rye, roast and raisin notes play off a subtle caramel sweetness and culminate in a dry finish. Excellent with roasts, stews, caramelized onions and snowfall.
The Muntiny Fleet was \'berthed\' by Heavy Seas brewers who were discovered secretly brewing small batches of big beers to amuse the palates of their felow crew. Since most secrets are best kept bottled up, we\'re bringing you these big flavor extrAARGHdinary brews in 22oz. bombers. Embrace your inner pyrate and join the Muntiny! This year\'s recipe is from Frank Butt & Neil Heinlein
Temporary Insanity becomes Minor Dementia. We age our russian style imperial stout in an oak bourbon barrel. The result is a beer that pours thick and pitch black, while the edges exhibit ruby highlights. The flavor is rich and dark, with a nice molasses character balanced out by a woody dryness. Very smooth considering the alcohol level.