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Brown Shugga’ (Lagunitas Brewing Company)

Brown Shugga’ is an American Strong Ale from Laguintas Brewing Company out of Petaluma, California. This seasonal release is available in October and clocks in at 9.99% ABV.

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Hop Trip 2010 (Deschutes Brewery)

Hop Trip is a fresh hopped pale ale from Deschutes Brewing Company. Available October-December, this American Pale Ale has 38 IBUs and a 5.5% ABV.

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Russian Lullaby (Ladyface Alehouse & Brasserie

Russian Lullaby is a Russian Imperial Stout brewed for Ladyface’s first anniversary celebration. This special release beer as a 9.9% ABV.

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1st Anniversary Ale (Ladyface Alehouse & Brasserie)

1st Anniversary Ale was brewed to celebrate Ladyface Alehouse’s (you guessed it!) first anniversary. This Belgian Quadrupel has a whopping 11% ABV.

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Our Special Ale 2010 (Anchor Brewing Company)

Every year Anchor Brewing Company releases “Our Special Ale”, their version of the winter warmer. Each year they modify the recipe, and they label, before releasing it to the public. This year’s brew (the 36th) has an ABV of 5.5%.

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Velvet Merlin (Firestone Walker Brewing Company)

Velvet Merlin is a fall and winter seasonal from Firestone Walker Brewing Company. This oatmeal stout was originally known as “Velvet Merkin”, but due to an issue with the FDA, the beer was retitled the more PC (but more non-sensical) “Velvet Merlin”. Whatever you call it, Velvet Merlin has a 5.5% ABV.

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Triple Exultation (Eel River Brewing)

Triple Exultation is one of the many certified organic beers from California’s Eel River Brewing company. This award-winning Old Ale has an original gravity of 24.0 P and an ABV of 9.7%.

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