Jubelale from Deschutes Brewery

Jubelale

By: Deschutes Brewery

Product Description: Deschutes Brewery - Jubelale - 12 oz Bottle

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  • Size: 12 oz Bottle
  • Type: Winter Warmer
  • Alcohol Content: 6.70% ABV
  • Region: Bend, Oregon
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Tasting Notes: Deep brown-amber body with a short foam head. Excellent lacing. Enticing festive scent: cinnamon, cloves, wintery spices, chocolate and coffee. Creamy toasted-malt flavors upfront, followed by a kick of hops and notes of figs and dates. Buttery, medium mouthfeel and good carbonation.

What's on the bottle...

A festive winter ale

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