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Espresso Oak Aged Yeti (Great Divide Brewing)

Day 2 of October’s THEME WEEK brings us a beer that is new to California: ESPRESSO OAK AGED YETI from Great Divide Brewing.

Espresso Oak Aged Yeti is a variation of the classic Yeti.  This imperial stout is only available between February-March and clocks in at 9.5% ABV.

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Pale Pale Ale (Saranac Brewery)

Day 2 of July’s SARANAC BREWERY THEME WEEK.

Pale Pale Ale is a light-bodied beer, crafted using Centennial hops and Marris Otter malts.  This American Pale Ale clocks in at a sessionable 4.7% ABV.

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Mirror Pond Pale Ale (Deschutes Brewery)

Mirror Pond is an award-winning pale ale from the Deschutes Brewery. This distinctive Northwest brew has a 5.0% ABV, 40 IBUs and 170 calories per 12 oz. serving.

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Ellie’s Brown Ale (Avery Brewing)

Ellie’s Brown Ale is an American Brown Ale from Avery Brewing, with an ABV of 5.5%.  Another craft beer with the brewmaster’s dog on the label, ya gotta love that!

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Abita Christmas Ale 2009 (Abita Brewing Company)

The final (late) winter seasonal beer review!

Abita Christmas Ale is, you guessed it, the winter seasonal from Louisiana’s own Abita Brewing Company.

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Celebration Ale (Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.)

This is my second-to-last belated winter seasonal review.

Celebration Ale is the winter seasonal from Sierra Nevada Brewing Company.  This “cold weather” brew has a beautiful snowy landscape on the label and a 6.8% ABV.
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Goose Island Christmas Ale (Goose Island Beer Co.)

Another way late review, but better late than never!  Goose Island Christmas Ale is brown ale with a 5.7% ABV.  The recipe for this seasonal beer is changed year to year, with a portion of the proceeds being donated to charity.

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