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Below are 1 through 17 of the 17 found. |Find-a-Beer|

94 • Sweetwater Brewing Co. Festive Ale.
Dark brown color. Aromas of chocolate mint, nougat, gingerbread, and carrot cake with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and roasted nut, root vegetable and dried fruit accented. A spot on winter ale with superbly balanced spiciness. (tasted on Mar-17-2014)
93 • Full Sail Brewing Co. Pub Series Wassail Winter Ale.
Bronze brown color. Attractive aromas of toasted fruitcake, chocolate citrus peels, and mocha gelato with a supple, crisp, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a warming, intricate, long roasted chestnuts, pepper, radish sprouts, and date cookie finish. A rich, zesty winter ale with great depth and length. (tasted on Oct-22-2014)
92 • Lancaster Brewing Company Winter Warmer.
Deep mahogany with a ruby cast. Aromas of toasted fruit cake, honey butter, and roasted nuts with a crisp, fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body and a zesty citrus compote, gingerbread, and peppery spice finish. Very tasty and balanced. (tasted on Jan-10-2014)
92 • Rahr & Sons Brewing Co. Winter Warmer.
Dark brown. Aromas of soy beans, raw peanuts, dates, and honeyed parsnips with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a caramelized root vegetable, raisin nut bread, and pepper accented finish. A nice savory winter warmer. (tasted on Mar-06-2014)
92 • Rogness Brewing Company Holiday Winter Ale.
Copper color. Aromas of cinnamon raisin oatmeal cookie and fresh gingerbread with a tangy, silky, medium-to-full body and a long creamy white cherry toffee, Asian spices, and pepper jelly finish. Delicious, balanced, and a very festive. Try with vanilla based desserts. (tasted on Mar-06-2014)
91 • Samuel Smith's Old Brewery Winter Welcome Ale.
Dull amber color. Earthy aromas of clay, hay, waxy honeycomb, spiced pear and dates with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a long, toasty grain and nut driven finish with accents of grass, herb frittata, and kale. A comforting, table friendly offering. (tasted on Jan-10-2014)
91 • Quidi Vidi Brewing Co. Winter Ale.
Dark brown color. Spicy aromas and flavors of cherry cola, peach marmalade on toast, floral spice, and nougat with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a cream white toffee, coriander, pink pepper, candied orange, and arugula-like hop finish. A nice zesty and spicy winter ale that hits the mark. (tasted on Jan-09-2014)
89 • Peticolas Brewing Company Wintervention.
Dark brown color with a khaki rim. Aromas of sarsaparilla and spice cake with a supple, fruity medium-to-full body and a honey, spiced nut, and kale accented finish. Tasty and well balanced. (tasted on Jan-09-2014)
89 • Grizzly Peak Brewing Co. Edwyn's Warm-Up Ale.
Brilliant dark amber color. Aromas of peanut brittle, raisin rye toast, and grilled romaine with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a tangy, honeyed citrus, pepper, and nougat finish. Bold and appetizing. (tasted on Mar-06-2014)
88 • Stevens Point Brewery St. Benedict's Winter Ale.
Opaque dark brown black color. Interesting aromas of melted toffee, caramel rice cake, fig cookie, and dark toast with a silky, crisp, finely carbonated, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a smooth, compelling, easy coffee, honey roasted chestnuts, and watercress finish. A tasty winter ale that is sure to please. (tasted on Nov-12-2014)
88 • Berghoff Brewery Winter Ale.
Dark chestnut brown color. Aromas of buttery roasted nuts, honey and dried fruit with a supple dryish medium body and a delicate hint of spiced fruits on the crisp, herb and pepper driven finish. Excellent drinkability. (tasted on Jan-09-2014)
88 • Excelsior Brewing Co. Shattered Solstice Ale.
Hazy amber copper color. Aromas of ginger beer and coriander-turmeric spice rub on poultry meat with a fruity medium body and a ginger snap, caramel corn, and grilled parsnip finish. Vibrant, festive, and fun. (tasted on Mar-06-2014)
87 • Santa Cruz Mountain Brewing Ginger's Winter Warmer.
Golden amber color. Aromas and flavors of fresh ginger, sweet potato chip, turmeric tea, and chili pepper with a frothy, dryish medium-to-full body and a tangy, corn puff, pepper jelly, and ginger snap finish. Different and fun. (tasted on Jan-10-2014)
87 • The Boston Beer Co. Samuel Adams Old Fezziwig Ale.
Reddish mahogany color with a beige lace. Aromas and flavors of caramelized fruits and butter roasted nuts with a supple, dryish medium body and a peppery mole, spicy pastry, black strap molasses, and grain. (tasted on Jan-15-2014)
86 • The Boston Beer Co. Samuel Adams White Christmas.
Golden color with a bone lace. Aromas and flavors of molasses spice cake and floral French soap with a chewy, dryish medium-to-full body and a savory salty buttered baguette, pear soufflé, and water chestnut finish. (tasted on Jan-15-2014)
86 • High Noon Saloon & Brewery Rudolph's Red Nose Ale.
Hazy golden amber color. Spicy aromas of ginger, cherry-raisin chutney, honey, and Asian spices with silky, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a nice toasty grain, sprout, and nut finish. (tasted on Jan-09-2014)
83 • Hudsonville Pike 51 Brewing Co. For Whom the Sleigh Bell Tolls Ale.
Opaque brown black color. Interesting aromas and flavors of wintermint Jell-O, potpourri, vanilla candle, and coconut-papaya frosting on carrot cake with a bold, fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body and a coriander-violet candy, root beer, and dark coffee accented finish. A bit too much going on, just a sip will do. Try in a beertail. (tasted on Mar-06-2014)

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