There isn't a real stand out based on these results - IPA's and Porters would seem to be the front-runners, but not by enough to make them stand out. Perhaps people have a kaleidoscope of preferrences for what to serve this time of year. I am very curious what the individual voters in the 'Other' category had in mind.
As mentioned in some of the prior posts, Tom and I were able to share the Thanksgiving table this year down in Virginia. We both decided to look pick our own 'Thanksgiving Feast' beer, and we both independantly chose beers that would fall into the 'Belgian Ales' category above. Tom picked up a bottle of the Saint Louis Brewery's Schlafly Grand Cru, a belgian golden strong ale, while I went with a bottle of Goose Island's Sofie, a golden saison-style beer with wild yeast. Both are great beers.
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