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Yes. Might be a crime to show up and not have a younger.

We also sampled a few others. Recommend Shadow of a Doubt if you like porters. 
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Xocoveza from Chris Banker / Stone / Insurgente.  Wow.  5/5, which isn't a rating I hand out often.  Strong on spices (especially cinnamon) but you don't really get any lack of depth the way you sometimes do with spice heavy beers.  Also definitely more true cacao than malt-chocolate, which as a dark-chocolate lover runs more to my taste.  Original, layered, well balanced.  Time to scat and find a second bottle!
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Avery Lilikoi witbier and Trogdor the Burninator dopplebock on tap at the beer market in San Jose. 
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Victory Dirt Wolf. I know it's sacrilege to say in some circles, but this kicks Yuengling's arse. Several times. With fire.
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I think many people are enjoying this beer around this time. 
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Schlafly Pumpkin Ale and Weyerbacher Imperial Pumpkin Ale.  A cool overcast afternoon at Oakland coliseum called for post tenth inning pumpkin beer.
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Lagunitas Little Sumpin' Sumpin' Ale and Green Flash West Coast IPA on tap @ MV. Because it still feels like summer. 
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Never give up Summer, +Jennifer McHenry !
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Aún Más Café Jesús from Evil Twin (left, imperial stout with coffee) and Aphrodite from Dieu Du Ciel (right, an unfiltered stout with cocoa and vanilla bean).  Despite both being stouts, they have very different characteristics which you can observe right away by looking at the bottles: Aphrodite has 6.5% abv whereas AMCJ is 12% abv.  Maybe it was a mistake to compare them, I'm not sure, but after the rich full body of AMCJ, Aphrodite seemed thin by comparison, despite delivering substantially on the vanilla and (to a lesser extent) the malt chocolate.  
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Avery Rufus Corvus, barrel aged sour.  As this beer warms, it gains nuance, going from good to great.  Probably qualifies as one of the best examples I've had of this style.
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Nice choice
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Ten Fidy from Oskar Blues and Biere de Chocolat from Almanac/Dandelion.  Also Dogfish Head Rosabi (one of nine DH beers we hadn't had previously) and a sidra from casa Trabanco.  
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Péché Mortel from Brasserie Dieu du Ciel. 
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Speakeasy Syndicate No 2. 
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In general strong dark ales aren't my favorite style, as the alcohol doesn't blend quite as well as what I've seen in stouts or porters e.g. bourbon barrel Fra Via Til.  That said, I liked this beer.  Good flavors going on, spice, chocolate, some sweetness which others identified as creme brulee and vanilla.  Again, too much alcohol in the aroma to be pleasant, and the taste is smooth enough, but it just doesn't hold together as well as it might conceptually.  I'd give it a 4/5, maybe a 4.3.  +Tyler McHenry liked this beer more than I did, and I think he rated it a 4.5/5.  Have no idea how well this would age (not my area), but I'd think about it.  Might give it a chance to mellow.
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