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Santa’s Private Reserve Ale

‘Tis the season! Ok, it might be a little late for Christmas, but it’s still a good time to get your hands on this awesome seasonal from Rogue Ales.

Santa’s Private Reserve from Rogue Ales is a warm feeling beer great for capping off long cold Winter days. Santa’s Private Reserve pours to a deep copper color with a thin white head, that quickly dissipates. You know what they always say about judging a book by its cover, and this beer is a perfect example of that. With Santa on the bottle and it being a seasonal winter beer, I expected strong spices and powerful tastes of Christmas Ale, none here though. What you will find are strong malty flavors without a heavy or thick bread feel to it. I can’t say there is anything to wahoo or amazing about this beer, but that might be exactly why I like it so much. It’s just an easy drinking  subtle Red Ale with a 5.1% ABV, making it a very sessionable drinker. If you’re in the mood for a great winter beer without all the spices that so many seasonal ales are pumped to the max with, then this might be the perfect seasonal brew for you.




22 oz.

Delina “Dee” Auciello was born and raised on Long Island, NY. She attended Providence College and earned her BA in Public Community Service and Global Studies with a minor in Black Studies. During her time in college she focused on youth development and community building; she lead social justice-oriented trips to Cape Town, South Africa, Tijuana, Mexico, and Santa Ana, El Salvador. Since graduating from school she has been constantly on the move; she’s lead trail crews in the Grand Canyon, promoted women’s empowerment in Tanzania, and mentored campers while road tripping across the US and Canada. She is new to Colorado Springs and is incredibly excited to be a part of an organization dedicated to breaking down barriers to access and getting ALL people outside.

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