Though the clock has just struck 10:19 am, I got the thirst. It was a long night at work, my chickadees, and when I work till 3am, I fantasize about drinking a beer as soon as possible. This'd be a good one. Jubel 2010 is Deschutes' once-a-decade seasonal, a dreamboat of a winter ale that's aged in oak pinot noir barrels for upward of 13 months till it's nicely marinated. Strong, nuanced and oaky, with hints of dark fruit and hops, it'll take the edge off any day. Or night. Or morning. Curious? Read my full review here at Slashfood.