Ballast Point California Amberballset-point
The California Amber is a rich copper ale with inspiration
from traditional English ESBs. Four types of malts give it a
bold complexity, and their own proprietary yeast
strain lends it a fruity yet subtle richness.
American hops give this ale a distinct bite and
floral aroma that have earned it just about every major beer
medal.

pc-pills
Founders PC Pils
PC Pils is a crisp and refreshing beer with a smooth finish.
Nice break from all the pumpkin and Oktoberfest beers.
PC Pils is brewed with noble hops and have been the
preferred choice of hops among pilsner brewers around the
world. Founders said they added Piney Chinook, Cascade and
Centennial hops to make this an easy-drinker with floral hop
characteristics.

Highland Cold Mountain Winter Alehighland
‘Tis the season! Highland finally released its annual
seasonal brew. Cold Mountain is a winter warmer that
has a malty body with a mixture of spices with hints of
vanilla flavors. Try mixing this beer with Highland’s
Oatmeal Porter then you will have an Oatmeal Cookie,
almost as good as your mothers’!

 

leaf-blowerLeaf Blower IPA
Upfront there is a light to moderate flavor of
biscuit, caramel, and toasted malts with just a hint
of nuttiness and a light amount of
sweetness. There is a moderate flavor of
spicy notes with a lighter flavor of herbal and
earthy hops. Light to moderate
amounts of bitterness which slowly fades away. Not a
typical red IPA, but solid nonetheless.

 

Bell’s Doup Cream Stoutbell
This smooth and creamy rich stout is the answer to the season.
As the weather turns cooler this beer warms your soul. This stout
is brewed with 10 different specialty roasted malts creating dark
and sweet tones with a soft, roast finish.

 

 

 

Top 5 Provided by Lindsey Robinette @ The Casual Pint 

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