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Your Thanksgiving Six-Pack Should Include These Top Shelf Beers


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Thanksgiving week is here. Shopping lists are being written, family is getting ready to travel, and the anticipation for a great meal with a weekend worth of leftovers is thick in the autumn air.

Speaking of that dinner and all those leftovers, we thought we’d do a special six-pack of beers to pair with your food this week. It’s a Thanksgiving Beer miracle. A beer-acle, if you will.

Anyway, below are some great beers to drink while cooking, eating, watching Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, and building that epic Thanksgiving leftover sandwich on Friday morning.

STONE XOCOVEZA — STONE BREWING

Stone’s imperial stout is probably their most popular beer. Luckily for us, Stone also just re-released it right in time for a holiday season full of beer drinking.

The milky chocolate stout is brewed with cocoa, coffee, pasilla peppers, vanilla, cinnamon, and nutmeg. It’s like a Mexican hot chocolate beer, with a kick of spice and an even bigger kick of alcohol. The 8.1 percent ABV is no joke and will get you extra tipsy in one or two bottles.


BROWN ALE — UPSLOPE BREWING COMPANY

Colorado’s Upslope has taken a classic English style and made it shine through the cold November night. Their Brown Ale is a rich beer with a blunt hop edge balanced with a nice roasted malt sweetness that has hints of coffee and chocolate in the background. This one is balanced beautifully and keeps the bitterness of the hops in check. It’s also the perfect beer to drink with a big ol’ roast dinner.

WINTER ALE — FREMONT BREWING

Up around Seattle way, Fremont just released their much lauded Winter Ale. The imperial ale is a heavy hitter with an eight percent ABV to take that holiday edge off. The ale has a great ying and yang between the distinctnd chocolaty roasted malts and the resin heavy Washington hops. There’s a hint of winter spices, licorice, and molasses at play here that makes the whole beer feel perfect for this time of year.

ANNA — HILL FARMSTEAD BREWERY

Let’s shift gears a bit. Anna from Hill Farmstead is a funky Saison with a nice edge of tartness. The beer is brewed with wild Vermont honey and Saison yeast strains. It’s grassy, light, citrus forward, and has a sour edge that borders on a Belgian Lambic. It’s a complex and very satisfying beer that offers a wonderful counterpoint to a savory-heavy Thanksgiving dinner.


COFFEE EUGENE — REVOLUTION BREWING

A great porter is a mix of caramel, roasted coffee, bitter hops, and dark malts. Chicago’s Revolution gets it and makes their great Eugene Porter with all of this in mind. Around this time of year, Rev adds a twist to Eugene by adding coffee to the brew to amp this one up. It’s the perfect beer to keep you carbo-loading all day.

JUBELALE — DESCHUTES BREWERY

Deschutes just released the 30th-anniversary bottles of their Jubelale. It’s a classic winter ale with great hints of toffee, cocoa, dried fruits, and Christmas-y spices alongside a nice balance of bitter hops. The 6.7 percent ABV is just enough alcohol to get you through your Black Friday melee shopping sprees.



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