704: Our Special Ale

While varying from year to year, the 2008 version, like most years, is dark mahogany color with a rich, tan head. The nose is a complete melange of spices with a tinge of bitterness.

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705: Cane and Ebel

Heady aromas of spice, citrus hops, burned sugar, and a touch of tropical fruitiness. Palate is sweet up front, building to a bitter middle, drying a little, but with a creamy, oily texture from...

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706: Domaine DuPage

Soft, malty on the nose, neither roasty nor caramel, but kind of cakelike. A reasonable amount of spicy yeast character and fruitiness. Soft and slightly sweet on the palate, drying...

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707: Oatis Oatmeal Stout

707: Oatis Oatmeal Stout

A tall, dark beer that, thanks to a generous hand with the oatmeal, is a smooth operator, too. Black coffee and chocolate caress the gentle, roasted bitterness and subtle sweetness.

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Craft 64: Scottsdale's Newest Craft Beer Bar

Craft 64: Scottsdale’s Newest Craft Beer Bar

Craft64 is Scottsdale's new premier venue for local craft beer, great wine and brings extensive knowledge, experience and passion for craft beer, fine wine and artisan wood-fired pizza.

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Hops & Grains with Josh Hare

Hops & Grains with Josh Hare

Earlier this month Sheryl and I went to the AmeriCAN Canned Craft Beer Festival. There were several brewing companies there that aren't distributed to Arizona, including Hops & Grains from Austin, Texas.

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