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Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout

North Coast Brewing Co. ABV: 9%
We’ll bet anyone a hot bowl of borscht that ruble for ruble, you won’t find a more delectable, affordable Russian imperial stout than Old Rasputin. Rasputin is blacker than a raven lost in a coal mine and smells like Raisinets doing the backstroke in a double espresso. There’s more bitterness than you’d expect, and you’ll gladly, and greedily, drain every inky drop. Seriously, it's one of the best bargains in craft beer.

Yeti Imperial Stout

Great Divide Brewing Company ABV: 9.5%
Let us tell you about the yeti, the ape-like Abominable Snowman supposed to prowl the Himalayas. That’s a lie. It’s found in snowy Denver, Colorado, where the beast is actually an imperial stout that’ll climb atop your tongue and pummel it with roast malt, caramel, and toffee before unleashing its hop bite. P.S. If you like the Yeti, try the different variations Great Divide offers— Belgian-Style Yeti, Oak Aged Yeti, Barrel Aged Yeti, Espresso Oak Aged Yeti, and Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti. All are tremendous.

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