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Weihenstephaner Vitus Weizenbock

  1. $4

Vitus, made from a resurrected recipe that is now being brewed year round, is a full-bodied and intensely flavored weizenbock that offers layer upon layer of aromas and flavors. A cloudy golden color in the glass, it starts off with an incredible head that lingers and leaves gorgeous lacing behind with each sip. Scents of banana, green tropical fruit, lemon and…

 — L.B.  (10/1/2012)

Dogfish Head Noble Rot

  1. $13

Sourcing from Alexandria Nicole Cellars in Prosser, Washington, Dogfish Head added Pinot Gris must and botrytized Viognier must to a brew made from pils and wheat malts and fermented the mix with a Belgian yeast strain. The result is certain to satisfy even the most divided house, with brisk carbonation and a clean malt core that’s lifted with sweet vinous…

 — L.B.  (7/1/2012)

Deschutes Hop Trip Pale Ale

  1. $9

Definitely a front-runner for the Pacific Northwest style, Deschutes’ Hop Trip is a gorgeous pale ale that expresses telltale fresh hop character from the moment it pours into the glass. Aromas of tropical fruit, sweet orange and grapefruit citrus, soft resiny character and a light caramel malt backbone abound and carry through to the medium-weight mouth. Balanced…

 — L.B.  (4/1/2012)
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