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  • Dogfish Head
    Festina Peche
    Milton, Delaware

    A refreshing neo-Berliner Weiss fermented with honest-to-goodness peaches and characterized by intense tartness.

  • Two Brothers
    Heavy Handed IPA
    Warrenville, Illinois

    Brewed to celebrate the annual hop harvest, this batch features fresh-picked Chinook hops straight from Washington State.

  • Left Hand
    Polestar Pilsner
    Longmont, Colorado

    A zesty, German-style lager traditionally hand-crafted with a dry, crisp, brilliant finish.

  • Smuttynose
    Pumpkin Ale
    Portsmouth, New Hampshire

    Brewed with the addition of pumpkin to the mash, along with traditional spices to create a delicious American original.

  • Allagash
    Portland, Maine

    A wild yeast strain and French oak aging contribute to the intriguing myriad of flavors of this unique Belgian-style ale.

  • Anchor Brewing
    Old Foghorn Barley Wine
    San Francisco, California

    The first modern American barleywine, this ale exhibits malty sweetness, fruitiness, and a unique hop aroma.

  • Lagunitas
    Little Sumpin' Wild
    Petaluma, California

    This high gravity seasonal is made with Westmalle Trappist yeast and massively dosed with boatloads of wheat and pale malt finishing with a big, hoppy ending.

  • Wandering Star
    Zingari Wit
    Pittsfield, Massachusetts

    This Belgian style Witbier is subtly spiced with lemongrass, cardamom, fenugreek, and coriander resulting in a zingy citrus zest.

  • Ommegang
    Cooperstown, New York

    An authentic Belgian-style winter beer; dark, strong, malty and assertively spiced with coriander, cumin, mace, cardamom and grains of paradise.

  • Ace
    Pumpkin Cider
    Sebastopol, California

    Cinnamon, cloves and allspice is added to fermented apple juice to produce this orange-hued cider which tastes like pumpkin pie.

  • Captain Lawrence
    Frost Monster
    Elmsford, New York

    Deep and dark as a cold winter\'s night and brewed with massive amounts of malt to give it rich, roasty, and smokey flavors.

  • Barrier
    Oceanside, New York

    One of co-owner Craig\'s first homebrews; an imperial IPA of the traditional variety harkening back to the simpler times of Columbus, Cascade, and Centennial.

  • Yonkers
    Smoked Marzen
    Yonkers, New York

    Smoked malt adds an intriguing depth to this traditional Oktoberfest lager balancing mild notes of beechwood with a gentle note of noble hop and toasted malt.

  • Ninkasi
    Eugene, Oregon

    Paired with a crisp Pilsner malt base, this ale highlights the pear, orange, and spice notes of this experimental hop named after the Russian god of fertility.

  • Ithaca
    Rustic Harvest
    Ithaca, New York

    A pale ale that boasts in your face hops and rye with a big earth and spice aroma that is fun, balanced, and ready to invade your taste buds.

  • Moylan's
    Special Bitter
    Novato, California

    Our traditional English Style Bitter with English pale malts and imported Goldings hops served on nitrogen for a smooth, rich malt flavor and creamy finish.

  • Adirondack
    Lake George, New York

    A dark take on the German wheat theme, the same banana and clove notes of it’s pale cousins with added earthy, toasty, chocolatey notes from dark malt.

  • Greenport Harbor
    Oyster Stout
    Greenport, New York

    In celebration of Long Island\'s long history of oyster cultivation comes this roasty, dry stout featuring oysters from the east end of Long Island.

  • Sierra Nevada
    Ovila Abbey Tripel
    Chico, California

    A deceptively robust golden ale with oasty malt sweetness balanced by reserved floral hop notes and complemented by a traditional Belgian abbey yeast.

  • Stone
    Enjoy By 12.26.14
    Escondido, California

    A devastatingly fresh IPA brewed mere weeks ago; big, citrusy, and floral; meant to be enjoyed within an extraordinarily short window of time.

  • Heavy Seas
    Peg Leg Imperial Stout
    Baltimore, Maryland

    This batch of their smooth, rich strong stout has been aged in Four Roses bourbon barrels.

  • Abita
    Oak-Aged Pecan Harvest
    Abita Springs, Louisiana

    This brown ale was aged in 4 different types of wood for 8-12 weeks flavors of roasted nuts, honey, toasted bread, toffee, vanilla, and bourbon.