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Winter Libations

The holidays have got me thinking about beer, and how pleasurable sharing a drink of something new or a special aged bottle from the cellar with buddies and relatives can be. It's a great time of the year to drink something special! Amazing Yuletide offerings from world class breweries make up a detailed listing of winter options, as do categories of ale that you can usually overlook.

I particularly enjoy getting into styles that I don't frequent across the year: winter ale, Imperial Stouts, and Barley wines. The second 2 on this list may have some of you wondering how a self-proclaimed beer lover could ignore such extraordinary styles across the year. Well, they are actually not ignored. These styles are well suited to aging and this is the time of year when I dip into the cellar to break what has been developing during the past 6 months to one or two years.

Getting into the cellar is often a momentous event well suited for the holiday season we are in. Comparing vintages of repeating classics such as Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout, Anchor Christmas, and Sierra Bigfoot, always leads to a fine evening or afternoon. There are also many collector-level ales to think about adding to your cellar, like Alesmith Speedway Stout or Stone Vertical Epic. If you are feeling adventurous, there's a selection of numerous vintages of English strong ale from JW Lees and Gales available.

I also quite enjoy the exploring of overlooked styles. For me the most overlooked style is weizenbock. Talking generally I'm not a fan of Weiss or Hefeweizen. However there is not any rejecting the unparalleled quality of a beer like Schneider Aventinus. A revisit keeps me in contact with the breadth of brewing and conscious of my fast-changing palate.

As for winter beers, the Belgian brewers have winter locked away. As much as I love American brewing, the Belgian holiday ales are just the best winter beers around. I look forward to the once a year release of warming yeasty beers that show off complexity, refinement, and acute deliciousness. St. Bernardus Christmas Ale and De Ranke Pere Noel are two of my faves, but I also enjoy the glass packs that combine your ale of choice with the brewery's glass designed expressly for drinking their beer.

Tasting brews or lining up one or two drinks with a friend or relative you haven't seen in a while is a very enjoyable and cost-effective source of entertainment that can be hosted at home. There is so much out there, but so long as you have what you like best in your favourite glass and somebody to share it with, you are all set for a great Christmas season!

Tim Bush found his way to Colonial Spirits of Acton in 2002. It was beer that brought Tim to Colonial Spirits of Acton and ale that allowed him to make a significant contribution to the store. At this point ale is only a small part of what Tim does, however he enjoys ale now more than ever before. Tim's Beer Blog is where Tim shares his many thoughts on the subject of beer.

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