Review Updated on 2018-01-05
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Rating 91
Style
Produced In Missouri
United States
ABV 8%
Availability Winter

Perfect For

Cold Weather Hibernation, End of Day Sipping, Relaxing After Work

Schlafly Christmas Ale Review

Schlafly Christmas Ale tastes like a viscous dark beer with more winter cheer. Christmas spices dominate the nose and taste, but in a good way that maintains the integrity of the beer. The high alcohol makes it slightly warming, with low carbonation, but just enough carbonation to keep it lively.

The Christmas Ale pours a dark maroon color in the glass, letting you know you’re about to have all of the holiday season feels. A slightly sweet aftertaste encourages quick yet thoughtful sipping. It only comes around in the holiday season, and it’s a winter warmer you’ll want to keep an eye out for.

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Schlafly Christmas Ale
Schlafly Christmas Ale tastes like a viscous dark beer with more winter cheer. Christmas spices dominate the nose and taste, but in a good way that maintains the integrity of the beer. The high alcohol makes it slightly warming, with low carbonation, but just enough carbonation to keep it lively. The Christmas Ale pours a dark maroon color in the glass, letting you know you’re about to have all of the holiday season feels. A slightly sweet aftertaste encourages quick yet thoughtful sipping. It only comes around in the holiday season, and it’s a winter warmer you’ll want to keep an eye out for.

Reviewed On: 12-13-2017
91
POINTS
Schlafly Christmas Ale
Schlafly Christmas Ale tastes like a viscous dark beer with more winter cheer. Christmas spices dominate the nose and taste, but in a good way that maintains the integrity of the beer. The high alcohol makes it slightly warming, with low carbonation, but just enough carbonation to keep it lively. The Christmas Ale pours a dark maroon color in the glass, letting you know you’re about to have all of the holiday season feels. A slightly sweet aftertaste encourages quick yet thoughtful sipping. It only comes around in the holiday season, and it’s a winter warmer you’ll want to keep an eye out for.

Reviewed On: 12-13-2017