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524:365. Schlafly Pumpkin Ale by St. Louis Brewery. 3:5. 8%. Really tasty pumpkin ale. The flavors come thru and it feels like the pumpkin was definitely the main thought with this one. 
http://schlafly.com/beers/styles/pumpkin-ale/

524:365. Schlafly Pumpkin Ale by St. Louis Brewery. 3:5. 8%. Really tasty pumpkin ale. The flavors come thru and it feels like the pumpkin was definitely the main thought with this one. 

http://schlafly.com/beers/styles/pumpkin-ale/

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523:365. Fall Hornin’ by Anderson Valley. 1:5. 6%. Really nice smell but the flavor is just a light ale without a bunch more to it. 
https://avbc.com/our-beers/fall-hornin-pumpkin-ale/

523:365. Fall Hornin’ by Anderson Valley. 1:5. 6%. Really nice smell but the flavor is just a light ale without a bunch more to it. 

https://avbc.com/our-beers/fall-hornin-pumpkin-ale/

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522:365. Schlafly Oatmeal Stout by St. Louis Brewery. 2.5:5. 5.7%.  Great blend of bitterness and sweetness makes this quite drinkable. 
http://schlafly.com/beers/styles/oatmeal-stout/

522:365. Schlafly Oatmeal Stout by St. Louis Brewery. 2.5:5. 5.7%.  Great blend of bitterness and sweetness makes this quite drinkable. 

http://schlafly.com/beers/styles/oatmeal-stout/

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521:365. Newcastle Brown Ale by John Smiths. 1:5. 4.7%. I prolly should’ve tried this when I was recently in England but I had so many bad English Ales that I didn’t really want to add to the mix. Now this isn’t horrible but first off it breaks my no clear glass rule and secondly there’s nothing here that really sets it apart. It’s just a brown ale with a bit of burnt almost coffee on the backend but its so washed out and light that there’s barely much flavor here to work with. And lastly it smells like an ashtray. 
http://www.tadcaster.uk.com/breweriesJohnSmiths.htm

521:365. Newcastle Brown Ale by John Smiths. 1:5. 4.7%. I prolly should’ve tried this when I was recently in England but I had so many bad English Ales that I didn’t really want to add to the mix. Now this isn’t horrible but first off it breaks my no clear glass rule and secondly there’s nothing here that really sets it apart. It’s just a brown ale with a bit of burnt almost coffee on the backend but its so washed out and light that there’s barely much flavor here to work with. And lastly it smells like an ashtray. 

http://www.tadcaster.uk.com/breweriesJohnSmiths.htm

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520:365. Orange Shandy by Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company. 1:5. 4.2%. Not too bad actually but sorta tastes like a Blue Moon with orange put in it but a bit off. Good for summer though. 
http://leinie.com/Beers.aspx#orangeshandy

520:365. Orange Shandy by Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company. 1:5. 4.2%. Not too bad actually but sorta tastes like a Blue Moon with orange put in it but a bit off. Good for summer though. 

http://leinie.com/Beers.aspx#orangeshandy

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519:365. Schlafly American Brown Ale by St. Louis Brewery. 1:5. 5%. Really light and not my fave. Has some sweetness though. 
http://schlafly.com/can-sessions/

519:365. Schlafly American Brown Ale by St. Louis Brewery. 1:5. 5%. Really light and not my fave. Has some sweetness though. 

http://schlafly.com/can-sessions/

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518:365. Schlafly Sessions IPA by St. Louis Brewery. 1.5:5. 4.5%. Light in ABV for an IPA, but also light in flavor. Needs more flavor and body. 
http://schlafly.com/beers/styles/sessions-ipa/

518:365. Schlafly Sessions IPA by St. Louis Brewery. 1.5:5. 4.5%. Light in ABV for an IPA, but also light in flavor. Needs more flavor and body. 

http://schlafly.com/beers/styles/sessions-ipa/

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517:365. Raspberry Hefeweizen Ale by St. Louis Brewery. 1:5. 4.1%. Not overly sugary but I just didn’t find the fruit flavors appealing. 
http://schlafly.com/beers/styles/raspberry-hefeweizen/

517:365. Raspberry Hefeweizen Ale by St. Louis Brewery. 1:5. 4.1%. Not overly sugary but I just didn’t find the fruit flavors appealing. 

http://schlafly.com/beers/styles/raspberry-hefeweizen/

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516:365. Bigfoot (2013) by Sierra Nevada Brewing Company. 2.5:5. 9.6%. Pretty nice barleywine. I was surprised actually cause I’m normally not that huge on the style. 
http://www.sierranevada.com/beer/high-altitude/bigfoot-barleywine-style-ale

516:365. Bigfoot (2013) by Sierra Nevada Brewing Company. 2.5:5. 9.6%. Pretty nice barleywine. I was surprised actually cause I’m normally not that huge on the style. 

http://www.sierranevada.com/beer/high-altitude/bigfoot-barleywine-style-ale

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515:365. Stout by Sierra Nevada Brewing Company. 2:5. 5.8%. This is a stout. And by that I mean this is what you should try to know if you like the style. There’s nothing crazy or off the wall here. Just very middle of the road but enough bitterness to understand what you’re getting in to. 
 http://www.sierranevada.com/beer/year-round/stout

515:365. Stout by Sierra Nevada Brewing Company. 2:5. 5.8%. This is a stout. And by that I mean this is what you should try to know if you like the style. There’s nothing crazy or off the wall here. Just very middle of the road but enough bitterness to understand what you’re getting in to. 

 http://www.sierranevada.com/beer/year-round/stout

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514:365. Torpedo Extra IPA by Sierra Nevada Brewing Company. 2.5:5. 7.2%. The bottle speaks a bit too highly of its dry hopping. Personally I felt the aroma is pretty light, but whatever cause the flavor is really nice. Awesome hop flavors throughout. Not quite a double IPA in flavor but if you’re barely into IPAs then keep this off your list for a bit. 
http://www.sierranevada.com/beer/year-round/torpedo-extra-ipa

514:365. Torpedo Extra IPA by Sierra Nevada Brewing Company. 2.5:5. 7.2%. The bottle speaks a bit too highly of its dry hopping. Personally I felt the aroma is pretty light, but whatever cause the flavor is really nice. Awesome hop flavors throughout. Not quite a double IPA in flavor but if you’re barely into IPAs then keep this off your list for a bit. 

http://www.sierranevada.com/beer/year-round/torpedo-extra-ipa

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513:365. Berry Weiss by Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company. 1.5:5.  4.7%. A bit sweet, as to be expected, but its not so much so that’s its not drinkable. Has some decent berry flavors and while I don’t see myself drinking too many of these, it’s still ok. 
http://leinie.com/Beers.aspx#berryweiss

513:365. Berry Weiss by Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company. 1.5:5.  4.7%. A bit sweet, as to be expected, but its not so much so that’s its not drinkable. Has some decent berry flavors and while I don’t see myself drinking too many of these, it’s still ok. 

http://leinie.com/Beers.aspx#berryweiss

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512:365. Oktoberfest by Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company. 1.5:5. 5.1%. Very light, almost lager like but there’s some nice spices and flavors. 
http://leinie.com/Beers.aspx#oktoberfest

512:365. Oktoberfest by Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company. 1.5:5. 5.1%. Very light, almost lager like but there’s some nice spices and flavors. 

http://leinie.com/Beers.aspx#oktoberfest

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511:365. Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale by Lexington Brewing Co. 1.5:5. 8.19%. A light ale with some really nice flavors and a decent sweetness. 
http://www.kentuckyale.com/kentucky-bourbon-barrel-ale

511:365. Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale by Lexington Brewing Co. 1.5:5. 8.19%. A light ale with some really nice flavors and a decent sweetness. 

http://www.kentuckyale.com/kentucky-bourbon-barrel-ale

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510:365. Chocolate, Peanut Butter & Banana Ale by Rogue. .5:5. 5.3%. Nope. Just doesn’t work for me. Was not a fan. The flavors just didn’t blend well. 

http://rogue.com/store/products/Rogue-Voodoo-Doughnut-Chocolate,-Peanut-Butter-And-Banana-Ale.html