Grillville’s Winter Beers To Try This Holiday Season

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Winter is right around the corner, so we wanted to prep you with some of the best winter beers we’ve tried this year. Leave us a comment to let us know which beers you’ve been enjoying!

  1. Lagunitas Brown Shugga’ American Strong Ale


Infusing brown sugar into Lagunitas Brewing’s Old Gnarleywine makes for a great tasting winter beer to enjoy this season. Some beers just really shine in the cold weather, and this is truly one of them.

You can find more information on Lagunitas site here.

2. Abt 12 by St. Bernardus Brewery


This rich and creamy concoction from Bernardus Brewery in Belgium makes for a tremendous night cap on those cold winter nights. Boasting an ABV of 10%, this quadruple has notes of fig, cocoa, molasses, and caramel that make for a smooth and tasty winter drink.

You can find out more on information on this beer here.

3. Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale


Sierra Nevada Brewing is known for making some amazingly good IPA’s. This season from them switches up the formula with its intense citrus and pine aromas. There is just something so classic and simplistic about this companies beer that keeps me coming back all year round.

Find out more information about this beer on Sierra Nevada’s website here.

4. Otter Creek Brewing Co.: Overgrown APA


This one is for the hop lovers. The ones who just can’t get enough of it. Otter Creek Brewing Co’s Overgrown is an American Pale Ale that is great to start the night off with. We can’t help but chuckle at the logo either.

Find more out about Otter Creek’s Overgrown APA here.

5. Great Divide Brewing Company: Hibernation Ale


Time for bed! This hearty ale from Great Divide Brewing Co. packs a heavy 8.7% ABV. This robust, dry-hopped ale has a malty richness balanced with a complex hop profile that will warm you up and put a smile on your face. We might go have one now.

Find out more information about Great Divide Brewing Co’s Hibernation Ale here.


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