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Saint Arnold Oktoberfest is a freaking fantastic fall beer!! It starts off crisp and it develops a sort of sweet, malty flavor as it goes down. It's bolder and more full-bodied than the Karbach Oktoberfest, and it feels a bit heavier, too. Saint Arnold Oktoberfest has more flavor than...

Kurt explained to us the thought process behind each beer. "We want to brew drinkable beers that lower the barrier of entry for people that drink macro." Their philosophy of brewing low ABV beers in various styles is an attempt to share more good beer with more people. They're also largely inspired when they're drinking, Bruce explained. "I usually have a beer of XYZ flavor, and I say to Kurt...

BB15 is definitely a winter beer. Since it's special and only comes in limited releases, some folks are even stealing it out of the back of the store. I cracked one open, so I could write this review while it was still fresh, and I wish I woulda waited a bit. BB15 starts off mild, all things considered. The second it hit my tongue...

Krunkin Pumpkin took me by surprise. I've read all the pumpkin beer hate, and I gotta admit, it was hard going into this with an open mind. But for the sake of an unbiased review, I went for it. That's said, Krunkin Pumpkin's pretty good. It starts off with the...

Brew of H Red IPA is a high quality beer, although the pints I tried weren’t exactly that red hue that I had expected. This beer had a good head and lace in the glass. Initially, This beer has a punch of hops and smooths out with malty sweetness in every sip. Brew of H has a good mouth feel. Starts off like a West Coast IPA then finishes closer to a bock....

Icon Honey Saison blew away my expectations in one way and was spot on in others. I always look forward to the Icon series and the nice folks down at Saint Arnold put lots of care into the craft, so I knew it was gonna be a great beer - spot on. However, I was a bit unsure about the honey. I thought it might be...

Karbachtoberfest reminds me of a stronger version of Shiner's Oktoberfest. They share some of the same malty sweetness. Albeit a bit mild, Shiner's is milder. I'd recommend this to someone wanting to try something with a little more flavor than the macro brewed stuff, but not yet ready for an...