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Evil Twin Brewing "Nomader Weisse" Wheat Beer (12oz-6PK)
Evil Twin Brewing "Nomader Weisse" Wheat Beer (12oz-6PK)
Price: $18.99 + $0.30 CRV = $19.29
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www.BeerAdvocate.com - Overall Rating: 87
www.RateBeer.com - Overall: 88 / Style: 66

Nomads; constantly moving, 'round and 'round; sometimes settle, if just for a bit.
Perhaps the muse moves one to brew a sharp and clean session beer, one inspired by the Berliner-weisse of old, and the nomad rests. Enjoy this beer, here, there, perhaps north of Madison Square Park, in lovely New York City. Wherever you are, this beer was made nice, simply for you.

Style: Berliner Weisse
Brewed: Westbrook Brewing Co
ABV: 5%

Clown Shoes Clementine White Ale (12 oz)
Clown Shoes Clementine White Ale (12 oz)
Price: $2.74 + $0.05 CRV = $2.79
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www.BeerAdvocate.com - Overall Rating: 84 / The Bros: 84
www.RateBeer.com - Overall: 83 / Style: 95

Clementine is Clown Shoes Beer’s Belgian style White Ale. Light-bodied and crisp, this is a terrific White Ale with plenty of zest! Hazy in appearance and healthily carbonated, it utilizes Chambly yeast to energetically shape its wheat malt base. Incorporated in the brewing process is Clementine, sweet orange peel, a hint of Coriander, and Summit hops.
Clown Shoes Clementine White Ale (12 oz 4-PACK)
Clown Shoes Clementine White Ale (12 oz 6-PACK)
Retail Price: $13.00
Price: $10.94 + $0.05 CRV = $12.99
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www.BeerAdvocate.com - Overall Rating: 84 / The Bros: 84
www.RateBeer.com - Overall: 83 / Style: 95

Clementine is Clown Shoes Beer’s Belgian style White Ale. Light-bodied and crisp, this is a terrific White Ale with plenty of zest! Hazy in appearance and healthily carbonated, it utilizes Chambly yeast to energetically shape its wheat malt base. Incorporated in the brewing process is Clementine, sweet orange peel, a hint of Coriander, and Summit hops.
Hitachino Nest Belgian White Ale (330 mL)
Hitachino Nest Belgian White Ale (330 mL)
Price: $5.99 + $0.05 CRV = $6.04
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www.BeerAdvocate.com - Overall Rating: 91 // The Bros:97
www.RateBeer.com - Overall: 91 / Style: 98
St. Bernardus Witbier (750 mL)
St. Bernardus Witbier (750 mL)
Price: $7.99 + $0.10 CRV = $8.09
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www.BeerAdvocate.com - Overall Rating: 92 / The Bros: 100
www.RateBeer.com - Overall: 95 / Style: 99

ST. BERNARDUS WIT from Brouwerij St. Bernard is a traditional Belgian white beer developed and brewed in collaboration with the legendary Master Brewer Pierre Celis, the Godfather of Hoegaarden and Celis White. This ale is very pale (whitish-yellow color) and quite hazy. The head is white and dense. In aroma, it has a wheaty, apple-like, tartness; herbal-spicy notes with coriander and orangey fruitness and honeyish sweetness. This beer as well has a second fermentation in the bottle, giving this beer its specific taste (5.5% alcohol content).



Celis White (12 oz)
Celis White (12 oz 6-PACK)
Price: $9.99 + $0.30 CRV = $10.29
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www.BeerAdvocate.com - Overall Rating: B+
www.RateBeer.com - Overall: 87 / Style: 95

Pours a hazy pale gold color with a small off-white head that leaves a fair amount of lace. Aromas of orange peel, coriander, toasted malt, and a faint cereal sweetness. Slightly tart taste with sweet citrus, toasted malt, sweet caramel, and mild spices. Spicy and peppery/dry with a sweet smoothness for great balance. Very enjoyable and quite sessionable. (3.9% ABV)




Lost Coast "Winterbraun" Brown Ale [6.5% ABV] (12 oz 6-PACK)
Lost Coast "Winterbraun" Brown Ale [6.5% ABV] (12 oz 6-PACK)
Price: $7.49 + $0.30 CRV = $7.79
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www.BeerAdvocate.com - Overall Rating: B+
www.RateBeer.com - Overall: 86 / Style: 92
Silver Medal - 1998 World Beer Championship

A full-bodied, brown ale with a rich chocolate taste created from roasted chocolate and caramel malts. Topped with Czech Saaz Hops to give it a spicy flavor and aroma.

Lost Coast "Great White Beer" Belgian Style White Ale [4.8% ABV] (12 oz 6-PACK)
Lost Coast "Great White Beer" Belgian Style White Ale [4.8% ABV] (12 oz 6-PACK)
Price: $8.49 + $0.30 CRV = $8.54
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An American version of the Belgian style. This unfiltered beer has a striking translucent, golden color with white clouds. Seemingly a contradiction in terms, it has a full body mouth-feel but is surprisingly light to drink. Topped with a hint of citrus, provided by Coriander and a secret blend of Humbolt herbs, this beer is slightly sweet and a delight to drink in any season.
Lost Coast "Alleycat" Amber Ale [5.5% ABV] (12 oz 6-PACK)
Lost Coast "Alleycat" Amber Ale [5.5% ABV] (12 oz 6-PACK)
Price: $8.49 + $0.30 CRV = $8.54
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www.BeerAdvocate.com - Overall Rating: B
www.RateBeer.com - Overall: 78 / Style: 93
Silver Medal - 1998 World Beer Championship

A full-flavored amber ale made with roasted caramel malt. Richly colored and medium-bodied, Alleycat is an assertive blend of malts with a sprightly cascade of hops.
Floris Apple Ale 11.2oz (3.5% ABV) Single Bottle (Belgium)
Floris Apple Ale 11.2oz (3.5% ABV) Single Bottle (Belgium)
Price: $4.99 + $0.05 CRV = $5.04
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In 1993, the brewers at Huyghe decided to pursue an experiment to revive, at least in part, the brewery’s history as a cidery. However, rather than brewing a cider, they decided to experiment with apple juice co-fermented in beer. The base beer for the Floris Apple Ale is a classic Belgian Witbier, or White Ale. These beers are fermented using a combination of pale barley and wheat malt (60%-40%, respectively, in this case), along with coriander seed and bitter Curaçao orange peel for spice. Hops are used in moderation, purely for their preservative effects. By adding unfermented green and red apple juices to the brew kettle, the brewers are able to successfully marry the two styles, resulting in a crisp, lighter-bodied beer with a refreshing, green apple and spice character. This beer is re-fermented in the bottle, so it will pour with that classic wheat beer haze, the result of spent yeast cells in the brew. Normally bottle-fermented beers have an extended shelf life, due to the fact that they are essentially ‘alive’, and still fermenting in the bottle. While this is technically true of the Floris Apple Ale, we have found that most fruit beers tend to lose the intensity of their fruit flavor with time, so we do recommend that you enjoy yours over the course of this summer, to be sure to get full enjoyment from the beer. Like most wheat beers, the Floris Apple Ale is best consumed fairly well chilled, around 40-45°F, and we found that we prefer it in a tall, narrow glass, such as a Champagne flute, Pilsner flute, or specialized Lambic glass.

The Floris Apple Ale pours into the glass with a hazy lemon-yellow color, with golden highlights that are noticeable when the glass is held up to a light source. The head is white, with a very fine mousse that slowly recedes, leaving a beautiful lace in the glass. The aromas are at once sweet and tart, with a big burst of apple fruit, and only the slightest hint of malt and apple pie spice. The palate is light to mediumbodied, with crisp acidity, although perhaps a bit more sweetness than I would consider ideal. Still, the apple aromas and flavors are intense and quite appetizing, with a mid-palate tartness that matches the beer well to food. The finish is the driest part of the flavor profile, with just enough bitter and tart flavors for it to finish cleanly, leaving a lasting apple perfume. This beer may be best alone, as a refreshing end to a day out in the sun, but we have found that it also works quite well with Camembert and other milder, soft-ripened cows milk cheeses, as well as grilled chicken-apple sausages with spicy mustard.