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90 • Theresianer 2011 Birra d'Inverno.
Hazy copper brown color. Dense, intense aromas of warm caramelized dried fruits, apple-pepper jelly, and dark toast with a chewy, fruity medium-full body and a boozy banana taffy, bubblegum, and parsnip accented finish. Fun. (tasted on Jan-17-2012)
90 • 10 Barrel Brewing Pray for Snow Winter Ale.
Copper brown color. Aromas of dried fruits, roasted grains, and spiced chocolate with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a crisp, lightly astringent, spiced apple, roasted nut, and grilled citrus finish. A very refreshing, minutely spiced brown ale. (tasted on Jan-16-2012)
89 • Newcastle Winter IPA.
Brilliant amber color. Buttery caramelized nut, pastry and fig aromas with a supple dryish medium body and a honeyed chocolate nut, lettuce and earth hop finish. With it's rather mild hops it not very IPA like, that being said it is delicious and super sessionable. (tasted on Jan-18-2012)
89 • The Brooklyn Brewery Winter Ale.
Deep reddish copper color. Bright aromas of figs, dates, chocolate, and nut bread toast with a supple fruity-yet-dry medium-full body and a grainy, earth hop finish. Tasty. (tasted on Jan-16-2012)
89 • Great Lakes Brewing Co. Christmas Ale.
Burnished deep amber color. Delicately spicy yam, poached apple, and citrus aromas with a supple dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a smooth, even, nectarine pastry and grassy hop finish. Very tasty and warming. (tasted on Jan-18-2012)
87 • Everybody's Brewing Sugar Daddy Winter Ale.
Hazy amber copper color. Hoppy aromas of grilled citrus, peach yogurt and pine with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a chewy, grilled root vegetable and resiny bark accented finish. A nice hoppy fireside IPA. (tasted on Jan-17-2012)
86 • Great Basin Brewing Co. Rednose Wassail.
Deep copper brown color. Bright, spicy well-done pumpkin pie aromas have an interesting hint of goulash underneath with a supple, dryish medium body and a caramelized nut, wheat grass, and pear accented finish. (tasted on Jan-18-2012)
86 • Limestone Brewing Company Frostbite Spiced Winter Brown Ale.
Dark brown color with a golden rim. Bright holiday spice aromas with a silky fruity-yet-dry medium body and a glazed spiced apple and sweet potato finish. Very nice liquid fruit cake. (tasted on Jan-18-2012)
86 • Blue Point Brewing Company Winter Ale.
Copper color. Aromas of honeyed muffin, fruit compote, and delicate spices with a supple dry-yet-fruity medium body and a hoppy glazed apple, pear, dried citrus peel, and toasted nut accented finish. (tasted on Jan-17-2012)
85 • The Lion Brewery Stegmaier Winter Warmer.
Deep amber color. Aromas of melted honeycomb, dried peaches, raw beans, and sautéed parsnips with a chewy, fruity-yet-dry medium-full and a long, honey, vegetable, pepper, and grassy hop finish. Interesting hoppy take on a winter warmer. Very root veggie-like on the finish. (tasted on Jan-16-2012)
84 • Granville Island Brewing Co. Lions Winter Ale.
Aromas of cocoa puffs, maple fudge, and toffee with a sweetish, frothy medium body and a tangy, citrus pith, grass and mineral finish. (tasted on Mar-19-2012)

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