Our time with Brown Ales is over. We’ve shared some fond moments with them, but it’s about time for us to move on from that period of our lives. What’s next, you ask? Well, as we are coming frighteningly close to the end of the world, as well as 2012, we thought it more prudent to focus our energy on planning some EOTW events. Or, just beer tastings. So, we will be taking a brief hiatus from reviewing a featured style and instead will be posting anything seasonally delicious that crosses our paths in the last few weeks of 2012. I mean, what’s the point in wasting what could possibly be the last few weeks of life by drinking anything less than a 4-Pint rated beer? If anyone out there has a favorite holiday beer that they would like us to review, let us know! There’s only so much Mad Elf we can drink before passing out….
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