2016 AleSmith "Decadence" Imperial California Common, California (750ml) (Previously $15)

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AleSmith created an "Imperial California Common". Maintaining a stylistically sound way of making this singularly styled beer, the brewery fermented a lager at warmer ale temperatures. The process causes the yeast to have different flavors than if fermented colder (more typical of Ales vs. Lagers). Per the brewery, the resulting beer is, “A combination of fruity, mineral-like flavors, borne from the lager yeast esters.” Interestingly, this is the only time AleSmith has ever brewed this beer.

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Alcohol Content (%): 9.5