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AleSmith Jamaican Blue Mountain Speedway Stout

AleSmith Jamaican Blue Mountain Speedway Stout Imperial Coffee Stout Pours dark black with a creamy head. Aromas of fresh coffee and roasted malts.  Full-bodied with flavors of espresso, dark chocolate, and toffee.  Smooth choc...
 
 
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AleSmith Bourbon Barrel-Aged Old Numbskull Barleywine

AleSmith Bourbon Barrel-Aged Old Numbskull Barleywine Review Pours a deep mahogany color. Notes of caramel, vanilla, and toasted malts. Smooth and rich with balanced hop flavors and toasted, sweet malt. Full-bodied. Aged for on...
 
 
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AleSmith Bourbon Barrel-Aged Speedway Stout

AleSmith Barrel-Aged Speedway Stout Pours an opaque black color.  Notes of roasted malt, vanilla, chocolate, and burnt wood. Full-body with rich, dark malt flavors.  Some caramel and toffee flavors. Aged for one year in bourbon...

 
 
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AleSmith Yule Smith Winter Double Red Ale Review

AleSmith Yule Smith Winter Double Red Ale Review Pours a reddish-copper color.  Aromas of toasted malt and citrusy hops.  Balanced body with some nice caramel and toasted malt notes. A full-bodied winter warmer style ale. Avail...
 
 
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AleSmith Yule Smith Summer Double IPA Review

AleSmith Yule Smith Summer Double IPA Review While most seasonal summer ales from craft brewers are light and refreshing, AleSmith instead produces a big, hoppy, Double IPA. Pours a pale orange color. Loaded with hop aromas and...
 
 
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AleSmith Anvil ESB Review

AleSmith Anvil ESB Review Pours a clear copper color.  Balanced notes of toasted malt and earthy hops.  Equal flavors of malt and English hops in the middle.  Medium-light body.  Finishes smooth. AleSmith’s first beer and...

 
 
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AleSmith Wee Heavy Scotch Ale Review

AleSmith Wee Heavy Scotch Ale Review Pours a deep mahogany color.  Aromas of sweet malt, toasted malt, and a touch of smokiness.  Full-bodied with a rich malty mouthfeel.  Flavor profile is dominated by sweet malt with a touch ...
 
 
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AleSmith Speedway Stout Imperial Stout Review

AleSmith Speedway Stout Imperial Stout Review Pours a dark black color. Strong aromas of coffee, dark chocolate, and toasted malts. Full-bodied with flavors of espresso, caramel, and toffee. Warm alcoholic finish with some ling...
 
 
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AleSmith Old Numbskull Barleywine Review

AleSmith Old Numbskull Barleywine Review An America West Coast style barleywine. Pours a deep amber color with a thin tan head. Aromas of toasted malt, caramel, toffee, and citrusy hops. Full-bodied with a thick malty backbone....

 
 
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AleSmith IPA Review

AleSmith IPA Review Pours a pale golden color with a foamy white head.  Notes of citrus and sweet fruit.  Medium-bodied with strong hop flavors blending with sweet malt.  Smooth bitter finish. Available year round in bottles an...
 
 
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AleSmith Horny Devil Belgian Style Strong Ale Review

AleSmith Horny Devil Belgian Style Strong Ale Review Pours a bright straw color,with a white foamy head. Aromas of citrus, Belgian yeast, and sweet spice. Medium-bodied with smooth sweet flavors of malt. Finishes with a touch o...