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Below are 1 through 9 of the 9 found. |Find-a-Beer|

94 • Privatbrauerei Aying Ayinger Weizen-Bock.
Lightly hazy golden amber color rich white mousse. Redolently fruity aromas of bread nut bread, brown sugar, and poached pear follow through on a round, supple entry to a frothy, dry-yet-fruity medium body with tangy citrus and peach custard notes. Finishes in a long, chewy dried banana and mild spice fade with piquant, tangy, and understated citrusy hops. A gorgeous wheat beer that will triumph at the table. (tasted on Jan-12-2010)
94 • Sweetwater Brewing Co. 2009 Festive Ale.
Brown color with a copper cast. Aromas of cinnamon, coriander, and toasty pecan praline follow through on a smooth, satiny entry to a fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body with nice layering of spice, milk chocolate and dried fruit nuances. Finishes with pleasant spice cake and mild earthy and citrus hop fade. A nicely style easy-drinking spiced winter ale. (tasted on Jan-13-2010)
94 • Stone Brewing Co. Jolly Pumpkin-Nogne Ø-Stone Special Holiday Ale.
Minutely hazy copper brown color. Complex aromas of pumpkin pie spices, nuts, figs, and chocolate dipped rye bread follow through on a rich, pillowy entry to a fruity-yet-dry full body with shimmering waves of spices, fruits, and toasty grainy bread notes. Finishes with a long, chewy, peachy malt and citrusy and piney hop accents. Fascinating and superbly conceived and crafted. (tasted on Jan-13-2010)
90 • Deschutes Brewery Jubelale.
Bright amber color. Pleasing toasted nut bread, winter garland, and mild baked fruit aromas follow thorugh on a crisp, round entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium-full body with stellar depth and a crisp, grilled citrus, peppery spice, and salty roasted nut accented fade. A delicious winter warmer. (tasted on Jan-12-2010)
90 • Hop Valley Brewing Co. Festeroo Winter Ale.
Dark copper color. Nicely meshed aromas of chocolate, toasty grainy bread, and cocoa-dusted nuts follow through on a round, very supple and smooth entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body with honeyed dried stone fruit and citrus peel notes on the long, toasty earthy hops kissed finish. An effortlessly drinkable and balanced winter warmer. (tasted on Jan-13-2010)
89 • Garrison Brewing Company Winter Warmer.
Deep mahogany color. Rich brown spice and fig butter aromas follow through on a rich entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium to full body with good balance of nutty malt and spices. Finishes with a crisp, citrus creme brulee, rye toast and coriander fade. (tasted on Mar-10-2010)
89 • Brasserie St. Feuillien St. Feuillien Cuvée de Noël.
Lightly hazy dark copper color with a firm manilla mousse. Aroma of brown sugar, vanilla pod, dates, herbal honey on raisin bread, and delicate spices follow through on a rich entry to a fruity medium-full body with lots of chewy fruit and caramelized nut layers. Finishes with a long, honey liqueur and earthy hop fade. A delicious and promiscuous holiday treat. (tasted on Jan-13-2010)
88 • Batemans Rosey Nosey Holiday Ale.
Beautiful copper color with a lacy head. Mild aromas of caramelized nuts follow through on a supple entry to a dryish medium body with hints of cocoa dusted apples, dates and figs. Finishes with a subtle praline and mild coffee accented fade. Not really spicy in any sense, but a very tasty, comforting, lower alcohol "session warmer". (tasted on Jan-12-2010)
84 • Harpoon Brewery Winter Warmer.
Deep copper color with a taupe lacy head. Bright spicy aromas smell just like RC Cola and follow through on a smooth, frothy entry to a dryish medium-to-full body with crystallized ginger notes. Finishes with a crisp, tart, root beer and kumquat chutney accented fade. Try as a float with a dollop of vanilla ice cream. (tasted on Jan-12-2010)

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