CABoose(Brown Ale - American)

June 13th, 2017 Posted by No Comment yet
This medium bodied nut brown has hints of almond and the toasted coconut is present both in the nose and flavor

(3.47) | 434 Ratings

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ABV:7%
IBU:11

Nut Bandit

June 13th, 2017 Posted by No Comment yet
Imperial Brown ale with Hazelnut

(3.91) | 6,863 Ratings

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ABV:9%
IBU:

Amber

June 1st, 2017 Posted by No Comment yet
Alt. The name of this beer style comes from the German word “meaning old”. This refers to the aging that alts undergo since they ferment more slowly and at colder temperatures than most ales. Slow fermentation helps condition the flavors in Alaskan Amber.

Richly malty and long on the palate, with just enough hop backing to make this beautiful amber colored “alt” style beer notably well balanced.

(3.60) | 133,644 Ratings

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ABV:5%
IBU:18

Quad

May 10th, 2017 Posted by No Comment yet
Big and delicious, QUAD is an elegant dark ale. Rich with complexity and flavor, try savoring it with a fine dinner. You also might enjoy it as an aperitif or as an accompaniment to a dessert, but QUAD stands alone quite well. We recommend enjoying QUAD in a brandy snifter or wine glass so you can drink in the aroma of this fine ale.
As with any higher alcohol beers, QUAD will be at its best after a period of 12 months or so in the bottle, perhaps longer. We expect a shelf life of 3 – 5 years, but go ahead, we know you can’t wait. Enjoy one now and another every month or two, and you’ll be truly amazed as QUAD gains smoothness and complexity over time as it ages.

(3.90) | 21,616 Ratings

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ABV:11%
IBU:39

Curmudgeon

March 29th, 2017 Posted by No Comment yet
Brewed with molasses and a focus on malts, then oak-aged. The result is a strong, rich delight that’s deceptively smooth and drinkable.

(3.84) | 79,993 Ratings

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ABV:9%
IBU:50

Fat Tire

February 8th, 2017 Posted by No Comment yet
After a trip to Europe, New Belgium’s co-founder returned to Colorado from Belgium with a handful of ingredients and an idea. Two years later, Fat Tire – named in honor of his inspired bike ride across the Belgian countryside – pedaled its way into the hearts of beer drinkers. Now considered an iconic centerpiece of the craft beer movement, Fat Tire represents the American spirit of craft brewing ingenuity and an irresistible imagination that reminds us all to rediscover our playful side.

Fat Tire’s unique flavor profile originates from the late 1930s, when local Belgian breweries aimed to satisfy the tastes of visiting British soldiers. English floral hops, subtle malt sweetness and spicy, fruity notes from Belgian yeast made for a balanced yet magical combination. These same characteristics are at the heart of Fat Tire. Classified as an Ameri-Belgo style ale by the revered Great American Beer Festival and World Beer Cup competitions, Fat Tire blends a fine malt presence, fresh herbal hop balance and a touch of fruity yeast to offer drinkers everywhere a timeless craft beer experience with a rare blend of balance and complexity.

(3.58) | 449,144 Ratings

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ABV:5%
IBU:22

Erik the Red

February 8th, 2017 Posted by No Comment yet
An Irish style red (amber) beer. Light in finish but bold in taste. Melanoidin malt is added for the red color and the spicy finish comes through from the Chinook hops.

(3.60) | 9,382 Ratings

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ABV:4%
IBU:16

Mean Street

February 8th, 2017 Posted by No Comment yet
(3.41) | 3,114 Ratings

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ABV:5%
IBU:37