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Six seasonal local brews to get you through this winter


Morro Castle Smoked Porter
Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing Co.
Smooth maltiness anchors deep smokiness, with rich roasted coffee and tobacco on the nose. On draft and in growlers at the brewery and various local bars.
Cherry Hill, N.J.

Bon Annee Belgian Specialty Ale
Saint Benjamin Brewing Company
A New Year’s beer with gooseberry, light fruit and white wine flavors made with the elusive Nelson Sauvin hops. Perfect for dinner party toasting. On draft and in 750mL bottles from the brewery.

Behemoth Oatmeal Stout
Crime & Punishment Brewing Co.
Brewed with 40 pounds of oatmeal and a trio of darkly roasted malts. Flavors of Baker’s chocolate, plum, espresso, earthiness. On draft and in growlers at the brewery.

Blizzard of Hops Winter IPA
Tröegs Brewing Co.
Piney, citrusy hops take front and center of this light-bodied IPA, with muted sweetness and bitterness.
Hershey, Pa.

Olde Bartholomew English Style Barleywine
Yards Brewing Co.
Released only on odd numbered years, this unfiltered 10.3% ABV winter warmer brings smooth malts, soft fruit and spicy hops. 750mL bottles and limited draft.

Altar HoliDAZE BerlinerWeisse
Tired Hands Brewing Co.
Make the season bright with this juicy, vibrant beer brewed with hibiscus, Madagascar vanilla beans, and cinnamon sticks. On draft and in growlers at the brewery.

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