The holiday season brings about an abundance of special yearly beer releases. From spiced ales that hit the spot during Christmastime to deep dark stouts to get us through the cold winter months, here are a few of the beers available during the holiday season in Colorado!

Bull & Bush Brewery

Yule Fuel Christmas Ale
Bull & Bush Brewery’s seasonal delight. The brewers pulverized the Gingerbread Man, then added the perfect spice drop to create this special spiced Christmas Ale.

Val-Dieu

Winter Ale
This beer is warm amber yellow in color with a quiet sparkle. Its excellent and digestive character is accompanied by a strong aroma on yeast and its malts. A note of Port comes to tie up this beautiful marriage of fine flavors.

Southern Tier Brewing Co.

Old Man Winter
Southern Tier’s winter offering is here to quell your shivers and get you through the coldest of nights. A rich marriage of hops and barley to cast light upon the evening and melt your mind out of the snowdrifts. Old Man Winter’s earthy hue and thickness lace around the glass, inviting you to linger in its warmth and share the spirits of the season with your friends and family. A deceptively strong brew, it’s best to sit and ponder with this old man, sip by sip.

Brouwerij Huyghe

Delirium Noel
Delirium Noel has a complex nose of caramel malt, fruit, spices and the sweetness of the alcohol. The presence of alcohol offers a very spicy, slightly bitter flavor with a sweet, spicy and slightly bitter aftertaste.

Brooklyn Brewery

Black Chocolate Stout
Originally Brewmaster Garrett Oliver’s resume beer, Black Chocolate Stout is now a wintertime favorite among beer fans worldwide. Rich roasted malts come together to create an unmistakable dark chocolate flavor perfect for special occasions and late nights by the fire.

Brasserie Dupont

Avec Les Bons Vœux
Avec Les Bons Vœux is coppery blond, has very fine hop aromas combining bitter, fruity and mild tastes. Our selection of yeasts, in combination with a long ripening process on a “dry hopping” base create a typical and complex beer. A real re-fermentation in the bottle, which will continue for a long time in your cellar, result in a harmonious and well-balanced beer, full of unexpected and complex aromas.