Monthly Archives: October 2011

Avery Old Jubilation

Just in case you all are tired of pumpkin ales, I’m going to throw a “winter beer” out there for review – Old Jubilation from Boulder, Colorado’s finest, Avery Brewing Co. Now, I’m not sure how ideal it is to … Continue reading

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Midnight Sun Fallen Angel

Today, I decided to pull out “Fallen Angel,” an 8% Belgian-style Strong Pale Ale from the renowned Midnight Sun Brewing Co. all the way from Anchorage, Alaska. I posted about this style of beer before; how its examples are typically … Continue reading

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Timmermans Oude Gueuze

Gueuze is an interesting style, right down to its pronunciation. In America, it typically is pronounced “gooze,” which to me sounds vaguely pornographic. It turns out that the correct Flemish pronunciation is something more along the lines of “ger-ser” – … Continue reading

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