Beer Style: Winter Beers

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Carolina Beer Co.’s Cottonwood Frostbite clone


“It is a hoppier beer, (but) is very drinkable and heavier for the season.” — head brewer, Nikki Koontz

Big Sky Powder Hound clone


“Powder Hound is traditional in style, but as far as a winter beer, it is still something that could be considered a session beer. In keeping it around six percent ABV, it remains much more drinkable.”
—Matt Long, head brewer at Big Sky Brewing

Harpoon Winter Warmer clone


First brewed by Harpoon in 1988, this beer has become a New England seasonal classic. Cinnamon and nutmeg dominate the aroma. The taste is a rich combination of the holiday spices and the hearty malt backbone. There is a mild sweetness to the finish along with the lingering flavor of the spices.

Boston Beer Co’s Sam Adams Winter Lager clone


A popular Holiday Wheat Lager recipe from a popular brewer.

Winter Spiced Ales


One of the best things about a white Christmas is the dark, spiced holiday ales that go along with it. Learn how to brew a wonderful winter warmer.

Highland Holiday Ale


A smoky, herbal holiday ale for those looking to experiment with this kind of combination. There are some options and advice available with this recipe if brewers want to tweak this recipe to their taste.

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