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Merry Maker Gingerbread Stout by Samuel Adams - "This rich dark gingerbread stout entices with the aromas of the holidays.  The flavor of gingerbread comes alive, beginning with the smooth sweetness and heartiness of dark roasted malts and a touch of wheat.  But it’s the intensity and spices of cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, & ginger that add a wicked kick for a jolly playful brew full of merry mischief."

Merry Maker Gingerbread Stout by Samuel Adams - "This rich dark gingerbread stout entices with the aromas of the holidays. The flavor of gingerbread comes alive, beginning with the smooth sweetness and heartiness of dark roasted malts and a touch of wheat. But it’s the intensity and spices of cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, & ginger that add a wicked kick for a jolly playful brew full of merry mischief."

View a comprehensive list of beer styles as compiled by CraftBeer.com. Choose any beer style to learn about it's history, vital statistics, food and cheese pairings, as well as medal winning commercial examples.

View a comprehensive list of beer styles as compiled by CraftBeer.com. Choose any beer style to learn about it's history, vital statistics, food and cheese pairings, as well as medal winning commercial examples.

Cheers! 7 Lucky Brews for St. Patrick's Day (by Dennis Ayles for Williams-Sonoma)

Cheers! 7 Lucky Brews for St. Patrick's Day (by Dennis Ayles for Williams-Sonoma)

What's the Difference between Porter and Stout? (by Ron Pattinson for All About Beer Magazine)

What's the Difference between Porter and Stout? (by Ron Pattinson for All About Beer Magazine)

Five O'Clock Somewhere: Livestock traders drink beer outside the only pub on Inishmaan, one of the Aran Islands in Galway Bay off the coast of Ireland. This photo appeard in a 197 National Geographic article. (photography by Winfield Parks, National Geographic)

Five O'Clock Somewhere: Livestock traders drink beer outside the only pub on Inishmaan, one of the Aran Islands in Galway Bay off the coast of Ireland. This photo appeard in a 197 National Geographic article. (photography by Winfield Parks, National Geographic)

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