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It’s that time of year where it could be in the high 70’s or dipping below freezing.  That being the case, I’m focusing this week’s blog on beers that would go great around a campfire: namely smoked beers.

-Kent Block, Certified Cicerone

And Now, the Brews


 

Bank Brewing | Smoke Bomb
Smoke-Bomb
Bank Brewing, out of Hendricks MN, makes a superb smoked ale.  Clocking in at 7% ABV, it pours dark black and begs to be a fall favorite.
750ml | 7% ABV | 34 IBUs

 


 

 

Fair State | Lichtenhainer | Smoked Sour Wheat Ale
FairState Fair State Co-Op Brewery, out of NE Minneapolis and soon to be also brewing in St. Paul as well, goes the funky route in their interpretation of a smoked beer. Their Lichtenhainer is a sour wheat ale that uses beechwood and oak smoked malt, and is 100% barrel fermented.  Fair State is being showered with awards for their beers, so don’t miss this one—they’ll fly off the shelves.
750 | 5.1% ABV | 10 IBUs


Heller-Trum Brewery | Aecht Schlenkerla Urbock Rauchbier
Aecht
Aecht Schlenkerla Urbock Rauchbier (Smoked Beer) from Heller-Trum Brewery out of Bamberg, Germany which has been around since 1405, combines the sweetness of a bock beer with complex notes of beechwood smoked malts.  If you want to try the original, this sets the bar for all others.
16.9oz | 6.6% ABV | 40 IBUs

 

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