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Christmas beers

uphillclimb

uphillclimb

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Top two this year:

Souther Tier's 2Xmas (8%) and Troegs Mad elf (11%)

Southern Tier's is like their fall line "pumking" but with a christmas flavor. You'll taste the figs, the spices and then get smacked in the face with the hops in the end.

The Mad elf is unreal, like a Christmas beer on a gram of test, but any more than 3 of them and you can kiss your night goodbye. Make sure to hydrate before you hit the pillow.
 
uphillclimb

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Sam Adams winter lager is considered Kosher.

I say Merry Christmas.
 
tommyguns2

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Great Lakes Christmas Ale is a good one! Not as good as their Oktoberfest, but it's all varying degrees of goodness!
 
Rancor418

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I thought the Bells Christmas Ale was good this year. So far, the best Ive had was Christmas Bomb by Prairie Bomb has been the best.
 
monsoon

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Personally I will be drinking Coors light. It's lagered below freezing you know. Perfectly refreshing on top of a snowy mountain
 
CulturedThug88

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The beer of the gods, Weihenstephaner. It amazes me that the best whiskies and wines in the world cost thousands of pounds, but the best beers in the world cost £2 a bottle.
 
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