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Six Beers To Drink Tonight

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It's noche buena. Many of us are getting ready for lechon, family and good times. And what best than a good brew to go along with it as an alternative to the customary wine? Here are six winter beers you can enjoy tonight. We found these at Sunset Corners (8701 SW 72nd Street, 305-271-8492) which is open until 4 today but Total Wine probably carries some if not all of these.

Delirium Noel

Vitals: Belgian Strong Dark Ale, 10% ABV (Alcohol by Volume)

Rogue Santa's Private Reserve Ale

Vitals: American Red Ale, 6% ABV

Corsendonk Christmas Ale

Vitals: Belgian Strong Dark Ale, 8.5% ABV

St. Bernardus Christmas Ale

Vitals: Belgian Strong Dark Ale, 10% ABV,

Anderson Valley Brewing Co. Winter Solstice


Vitals: American Medium-Bodied Ale, 6.9% ABV

Ridgeway Lump of Coal


Vitals: English Stout, 8% ABV

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