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  • Avery
    Ellie's Brown
    5.5
    Boulder, Colorado

    Deep russet in color, an American brown ale in style, with hints of vanilla and nuts, and a brown sugar maltiness.

  • Southern Tier
    Harvest Ale
    6.7
    Lakewood, New York

    Deep ruby in color with an even deeper hop flavor; fresh English hops are thrown into every brewing vessel; dry hopping after fermentation imparts a zesty kick.

  • Troegs
    Javahead
    7.5
    Hershey, Pennsylvania

    This oatmeal stout incorporates locally roasted espresso and Kenyan coffee beans for a lush, smooth mouthfeel balanced with cocoa, roast, and subtle coffee flavors.

  • Victory
    Moonglow Weizenbock
    8.7
    Downingtown, Pennsylvania

    This dark amber wheat beer features fruity and spicy aromas galore, and a significant strength that underlies the pleasant citric appeal.

  • Two Brothers
    Heavier Handed IPA
    8.1
    Warrenville, Illinois

    In celebration of the end of the hop harvest tons of fresh, wet hops from Washington State power through this stepped up version of their seasonal IPA.

  • Cisco
    Indie Pale Ale
    6.5
    Nantucket, Massachusetts

    This beautiful red-orange ale has a full malty body balanced by a fruity apricot and grapefruit hop character.

  • Uinta
    Punk'n
    4.0
    Salt Lake City, Utah

    Malt and hops accented with roasted pumpkin and spices of the season. A subtle hint of vanilla and honey.

  • Flying Dog
    Kujo Imperial Coffee Stout
    8.9
    Denver, Colorado

    This savage spawn of two brewing worlds is made with locally-roasted coffee from Black Dog Coffee out of Summit Point, West Virginia.

  • 21st Amendment
    Lower DeBoom
    11.5
    San Francisco, California

    This powerfully balanced ale is packed with citrusy Pacific Northwest hops along with notes of toffee, fruitcake, toast, and more than a hint of alcohol.

  • Great Divide
    Heyday
    5.2
    Denver, Colorado

    An eminently pleasant Belgian-Style White Ale brewed with barley, oats, raw wheat, and traditional yeast; a balanced, agreeable offering.

  • Heavy Seas
    Great'ER Pumpkin
    10.0
    Baltimore, Maryland

    Bourbon barrel aging rounds out this deep ale rich with flavors of cinnamon, ginger, oak, and vanilla.

  • Ballast Point
    Grunion Pale Ale
    5.5
    San Diego, California

    An International Pale Ale with notes of pineapple, ripe cantaloupe, spruce, & grapefruit from the use of Mosaic & Calypso hops.

  • Other Half
    Green Diamonds Imperial IPA
    8.4
    Brooklyn, New York

    An imperial IPA brewed with Golden Promise malt and lots of Australian Galaxy hops.

  • Bell's
    Lager Of The Lakes
    5.0
    Comstock, Michigan

    Nicely balanced, matching a crisp bitterness & distinctive herbal hop aromas to a simple yet firm malt backbone following in the tradition of Bohemian-style pilsners.

  • Two Roads
    Worker's Comp Saison
    4.8
    Stratford, Connecticut

    A traditional farmhouse ale made with a very expressive yeast strain that contributes an array of tropical fruit, spice flavors and aromatics.

  • Newburgh
    Checkpoint Charlie
    3.0
    Newburgh, New York

    A true to style Berliner Weiss; very light in body, wonderfully tart in the finish, and refreshingly sessionable.

  • Adirondack
    Belgian Rye Pale Ale
    4.8
    Lake George, New York

    This orange-hued ale boasts estery flavors from Belgian yeast and a spicy, dry, nuttiness from the additions of rye malt.

  • Port City
    Oktoberfest
    6.0
    Alexandria, Virginia

    A traditional Märzen style lager, amber in color, with malty, gently sweet flavors of crusty bread, leading to a clean dry finish with a touch of noble hops.

  • Woodchuck
    Hopsation
    5.0
    Middlebury, Vermont

    A semi-dry, hop-forward cider combining crisp apple taste with the pine and citrus aromas of Cascade hops.

  • Ballast Point
    Homework #3
    6.5
    San Diego, California

    The first IPA they ever brewed. Williamette hops contribute a grassy cantaloupe aroma while residual sugars left by the English Ale yeast yield a soft mouth feel.

  • Two Brothers
    Domaine DuPage
    5.9
    Warrenville, Illinois

    Medium-roast coffee added to the firkin offers a nice interplay with caramel, toasty, and fruity characters in this French Country Ale.