Christmas beers

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  1. uphillclimb

    uphillclimb TID Board Of Directors

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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.
     
  2. FlyingDragon

    FlyingDragon VIP Member

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    What about a good Kwanzaa beer recommendation?
     
  3. uphillclimb

    uphillclimb TID Board Of Directors

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    Sam Adams winter lager is considered Kosher.

    I say Merry Christmas.
     
  4. tommyguns2

    tommyguns2 Senior Moderators Staff Member

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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!
     
  5. schultz1

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    Mickeys Big Mouth
     
  6. monsoon

    monsoon Senior Bacon VIP

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    Try an Ndovu or Mosi
     
  7. FlyingDragon

    FlyingDragon VIP Member

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    Thanks for the suggestions!
     
  8. Rancor418

    Rancor418 VIP Member

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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.
     
  9. Lizard King

    Lizard King Administrator Staff Member

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  10. DieYoungStrong

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    Miller High Life
     
  11. monsoon

    monsoon Senior Bacon VIP

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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
     

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