Last night I tried the Saint Arnold Christmas Ale – which had a deep copper color. It was slightly murky – not clear. The head was tight and lasting and tan in color. I detected some holiday spice in the aroma along with some fruity sweetness. The style is a winter warmer but the alcohol is not noticeable to me. The flavor has caramel notes, toffee, sweet fruits and mild hops. This is a great brew for the general population – easy to drink with pleasant mouthfeel. You can find it at most markets that care about the beers they offer.