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Noel De Calabaza is brewed by Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales in Dexter, Michigan. This beer is released once a year around the Holidays. Unlike other “Christmas” beers, this ale features no spices or adjuncts. Like all Jolly Pumpkin brews, this beer is open-fermented and aged in oak barrels. Batch 903, bottled 10-3-11. 9% Alcohol by volume. Enjoyed on 11-23-11
The beer pours a murky brownish-red, with a little bit of green (yes, green!) in certain lighting. It had a huge khaki head that had tiny bubbles, which is expected from a bottle-conditioned brew. There was a very loud pop when it was opened, a sure sign of heavy carbonation. Overall, the beer is pretty typical of a bottle conditioned Belgian-style Dark Ale. [Read more...]
Bottled 8-24-11, enjoyed 10-16-11. Served in a snifter.
This beer is a lovely golden orange color and hazy as hell. It looks sort of like a typical pumpkin ale with a good dose of wheat beer-like haze, which I am assuming is thanks to to remaining yeast in the bottle. The head was around 2 fingers at first, then fell to a pinky that remained throughout tasting. The bubbles were tiny which created a soft pillow-like appearance. [Read more...]