Pouring a beautiful amber-red, this beer consists of a pretty typical blend of base malts (British pale malt and Vienna) and a complex blend of specialty and caramel malts. The result is a beer that is nutty, toasty, bready and rich with caramel and toffee notes — a true winter warmer.
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This holiday release features a deep dark color, with rich chocolate and coffee flavors, as well as cinnamon, and nutmeg.
Available from October through December, Jubelale features a deep red color and notes of cocoa, dried fruit, and toffee.
It's arguably the most famous holiday beer in the world - Samichlaus. Learn from homebrewers who have made it how to clone this Christmas classic.
Black Diamond Winter Ale is a classic Belgian dubbel. Perfect for the winter season, its deep garnet color accentuates its dark fruity undertones of raisins, dates, plums, and cherries.
This beer is now retired. The Butte Creek Brewing Co.'s annual winter ale was technically an American Brown Ale with Fuggle hops providing a balance to the malty backbone.
For a long time, Samiclaus held the title as strongest beer in the world. Samichlaus is a doppelbock that continues to develop the longer it is aged.
“This beer is more along the style of a sweet stout. There's no milk sugar, but we use one pound of fresh raspberries per gallon!” — Magic Hat head brewer Matt Cohen (now owner of Fiddlehead Brewing Co. in Shelburne, Vermont)
Available October through November, Old Jubilation is a winter strong ale that features a hint of hazelnuts, mocha, toffee, and spice.
What makes a winter seasonal beer? For competition purposes, the most important thing to note is that winter seasonal beer is part of the spiced beer style category. This means that the