Top 10 Ales and Beers
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Top 10 Ales and Beers

It is autumn and many are celebrating the harvest by relaxing and enjoying the tastes of wheat,. Barley, and hops in many varieties of beer. A growing secotr of beer production is manufacturing new varieties of ales.

It is autumn and many are celebrating the harvest by relaxing and enjoying the tastes of wheat,. Barley, and hops in many varieties of beer. A growing secotr of beer production is manufacturing new varieties of ales.

To start, let’s define what makes an ale a unique type of beverage. An alse is defined as “a malt beverage, darker, heavier, and more bitter than beer, containing about 6 percent alcohol by volume.”

Ales in the United States have enjoyed a resurgence over the last decade. There are many traditional and new ales that have grown in popularity through the years. Here are the top 10 according to friends and acquaintances.

1. “Hibernation Ale” is brewed by Great Divide Breweries. At over 8% alchol by volume, and about $2.50 per 12 ounce bottle, this ale is a heavy hitting favorite wherever it is served. With caramel flavoring and malty texture, this full bodied ale is a top choice for many who have never tried it before.

2. Seattle, Washington has received attention for one of its own ales recently. Full Sail Brewing offers more than 20 varieties of ale, many of which have won awards recently for taste and flavor.

3. Sierra Nevada has increased production of its “Celebration Ale” recently. At about 6% alcohol per volume and only $1.50 per bottle, this affordable brand brings rich taste and hop filled flavor to many retailers around the country at this time of year. This hearty and grainy beer has been brewed annually for more than fifteen years, and this brew shows the merits of patience and experience of distinguished brands of twice its own size.

4. Even less expensive is Samuel Adams’ Winter flavor that has been ordered in more retail spaces lately.

5. For Abbey style ale, consider Corsendonk’s “Christmas Ale”. At 8.5% alcohol, this 24 ounce bottle comes at a premium, but delivers it’s value in taste.

6. A less expensive taste of abbey style beer is available in Unibroue’s "La Fin du Monde".

7. If you’re into volume, and you’re staying in, there is an18 ounce ale that will knock out any other flavors, its Sam Smith’s “Winter Welcome”. Smith’s brew delivers just enough richness to soothe the hoppy snap it delivers in large volume.

8. Canada’s Big Rock has grown lately and the Northern United States has been ordering more. The hops used are said to be nearly twice as effervescent as other Canadian brands.

9. To taste some across the pond flavor, try Fuller’s London pride. Serve warm to get the authentic experience.

10. Lastly, Stoudt’s American Pale Ale aims at a summary of American beer tastes with wheat and barley guiding the texture to smooth out tastes over a few sips.

There are many varieties that are new this year for you to sample, have your own beer summit, or just enjoy your afternoons.

Be sure to drink responsibly, not matter what the season, and always enlist a designated driver. Enjoy fall and be good to each other.

Source: 1) www.dictionary.com

 

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