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Brewed By: Spoetzl Brewery / Shiner

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Number of Ratings: 2591

Style: American Christmas Ale

Brewed In: 603 East Brewery Street, Shiner, TX 77984, USA

ABV: 5.40%

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Tasting Notes

Please sign in to post comments about this beer and see your Beer Buddies' comments. profile - December 28, 2012
Total. Peaches and pecan flavors.
cmuphisig profile picturecmuphisig - December 26, 2012
Very nutty taste. Almost piney!
dlitolff profile picturedlitolff - December 23, 2012
Peachy and tingly, surprisingly good. Bottle, December 2012. profile - December 22, 2012
Love it! Just looking at the flavors at first glance the peaches component does not sound christmasy but it surprisingly works! The flavors work well and the end product is an ugly Christmas sweater party in your mouth! Well done shiner!
TheWolfe13 profile pictureTheWolfe13 - December 21, 2012
Um... It's interesting. The peach flavor is actually good, if not just a bit overwhelming. And there's a weird aftertaste that I don't love. profile - December 16, 2012
Peachy with a hoppy after taste.
radthad222 profile pictureradthad222 - December 16, 2012
Peachy and refreshing.
The Juggernaut profile pictureThe Juggernaut - December 15, 2012
Very peachy. Don't buy again.
wordnerdguy profile picturewordnerdguy - December 15, 2012
How can you go wrong with peaches and pecans and malt? You can't! I'm not convinced that this qualifies as a seasonal Christmas beer but who cares. It's awesome. My only complaint is that there's not enough hooch in it. Sometimes I really want to get my ass kicked, but that's not gonna happen with a 5% ABV. Oh well. First world problem, right? Drink this.
glennh profile pictureglennh - December 10, 2012
Bottle. Pronounced peach flavor with a sweet and slightly heavy finish.
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