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96 • Rogue Ales Imperial Red Ale.
Cloudy chestnut brown color. Aromas of chocolate cookie dough, honey roasted nuts, date bread, and dried citrus with a chewy, finely carbonated fruity-yet-dry medium-full body and a long, rich mocha, grilled root vegetable and grapefruit, and peppery mesclun-like hops. Powerful, deliciously balanced and super drinkable. (tasted on Feb-02-2011)
92 • Rogue Ales Imperial Younger's Special Bitter Ale.
Lightly hazy deep amber color. Aromas of omelet, roasted nuts, figs, and honeyed pumpernickel toast with a supple, satiny medium-full body and a tangy citrus marmalade, edamame, and peppery, grassy hop finish. A very attractive and amped up take on the highly drinkable bitter style. Yum. (tasted on Feb-02-2011)
91 • Wychwood Brewery Co. King Goblin Ale.
Deep brilliant copper mahogany color. Aromas of sassafras, sour cherry jam, and honeyed fruit cake with a supple, satiny dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a zesty baked citrus, toasted nut, wet copper ore, and grass finish. Beautifully balanced and lively; will be great at the table. (tasted on Feb-02-2011)
91 • Uinta Brewing Co. Labyrinth Black Ale.
Opaque black brown color. Rich dark chocolate covered lemon and orange peel and pretzels aromas have faint hint of licorice with a chewy, round fruity-yet-dry medium body and a vibrant, mocha, buttery toasted raisin bread, okra, soy and citrus zest flourish. A zesty, scintillating dark ale that will be great with grilled meats. (tasted on Jan-13-2011)
91 • Great Lakes Brewing Co.-Cellar Rat Brewing Berlot Strong Ale.
Golden amber color. Baked peach compote and creamy warm tapioca aromas with a supple, frothy, fruity medium-to-full body and a banana-raisin bread pudding, delicate spice, and grassy hop twang on the generous, warming finish. Delicious and stylish. (tasted on Jan-05-2011)
88 • Full Sail Brewing Co. Brewmaster Reserve 2010 Wreck the Halls Ale.
Deep copper color. Bright honeyed citrus and pine aromas have a baklava and lemon curd like character with a soft, silky dry-yet-fruity medium body and a smooth, pine bark, Meyer lemon and white nut accented finish. A pleasant hop-laced lighter styled winter warmer. (tasted on Jan-13-2011)
88 • Rogue Ales Double Mocha Porter.
Dark reddish brown color. Pleasant cocoa-mocha, raisin nut toast, and dried citrus aromas and flavors with a round, dryish medium-to-full body and a baked apple, pepper, coffee grounds, and arugula accented finish. (tasted on Feb-02-2011)
87 • Moylan's Brewing Co. Double Kilt Lifter Ale.
Deep reddish copper brown color with no head. Aromas of molasses, cherry liqueur bonbons, catsup, and honeyed raisin toast with a almost flat, fruity medium-to-full body and a fig-date bar, mocha sorbet, red licorice, and smoky roasted pepper accented finish. Curious and "Utopias-light" like. (tasted on Jan-13-2011)
87 • SanTan Brewing Company Winter Warmer.
Dark copper mahogany color. Aromas of ginger cookies and honeyed tea with a crisp, finely carbonated dry-yet-fruity medium body and a tangy ginger-drive kiwi, roasted nut, and pepper accented finish. (tasted on Jan-13-2011)
86 • Destihl Restaurant & Brew Works DeadHead Double Red Ale.
Deep reddish mahogany color. Bright grapefruit and pinecone-like hops aromas with a onion marmalade on pumpernickel backnote. Chewy and satiny on the palate with a dry-yet-fruity medium-full body and a medley of roasted coffee bean and grilled root vegetables accents on the lingering, astringent, piney hop finish. A nicely done, hop forward strong ale; try with spicy nachos. (tasted on Jan-05-2011)


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