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  • 21st Amendment
    Hell Or High Watermelon Wheat
    4.9
    San Francisco, California

    In the pursuit of innovative beer, there is no obstacle too great. No journey too long. No fruit too gigantic.

  • Goose Island
    Bourbon County Stout
    14.5
    Chicago, Illinois

    A liquid as dark and dense as a black hole with thick foam the color of a bourbon barrel; an intense mix of charred oak, chocolate, vanilla, caramel and smoke.

  • Two Brothers
    Red Eye Porter
    9.2
    Warrenville, Illinois

    This eye opener starts with an Imperial Baltic recipe that can easily stand alone, but is loaded up with dark roasted coffee beans.

  • Ballast Point
    Sculpin IPA
    7.0
    San Diego, California

    A gold-medal winning IPA, whose inspired use of hops creates hints of apricot, peach, mango and lemon flavors, but still packs a bit of a sting.

  • Crispin
    Original Cider
    5.0
    Colfax, California

    Fruit forward, with a fresh, crunchy apple nose and a deliciously creamy, refreshingly crisp mouth feel.

  • Captain Lawrence
    Captain's Kolsch
    5.0
    Elmsford, New York

    Low in bitterness, but packed full of malty rich flavors, with the fruitiness you find in most ales, as well as the clean crisp flavors associated with a lager.

  • Founders
    Devil Dancer
    12.0
    Grand Rapids, Michigan

    Dry-hopped with ten hop varieties and massive in complexity, the huge malt character balances the insane amount of alphas used to create it.

  • Avery
    Joe's Premium American Pilsner
    4.7
    Boulder, Colorado

    Hopped with purpose, this pour is beautifully bitter and dry with an abundance of floral, noble German hops.

  • Sierra Nevada
    Kellerweis
    4.8
    Chico, California

    This hazy gold pour is one of the only American Hefeweizens made using the traditional Bavarian style of open fermentation yielding uncommon depth and flavor complexity.

  • Cigar City
    Jai Alai India Pale Ale
    7.5
    Tampa, Florida

    Flavorful upfront citrus and bitterness with a hint of caramel, citrus and tropical fruit hop notes in the finish.

  • Baxter
    Summer Swelter
    4.7
    Lewiston, Maine

    An unfiltered hoppy wheat ale brewed with lemon and lime peel, Kaffir lime leaves, and lemongrass for a subtle yet unmistakable floral nose and just a touch of bracing tartness.

  • Green Flash
    Citra Session
    4.5
    San Diego, California

    Notes of lemon, orange, and grapefruit from Citra hops added throughout the boil and in the dry hop make this a perfectly potable summer session brew.

  • Adirondack
    Maibock
    6.8
    Lake George, New York

    A German-style lager, medium bodied and amber in color, with lots of toasted malt flavor and just a little sweetness.

  • Stone
    Imperial Russian Stout 2015
    10.6
    Escondido, California

    This massive and intensely aromatic beer abounds with notes of anise, black currants, coffee, and roastiness, and its heavy palate is nothing to be trifled with!

  • Boulevard
    Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale
    8.5
    Kansas City, Missouri

    A straw colored, light to medium bodied beer with an earthy, spicy, grapefruit aroma and flavor, a soft, sweet malt flavor and a prominent hop bitterness.

  • Maine Beer Company
    Red Wheelbarrow
    7.0
    Portland, Maine

    A stronger, more hop-forward interpretation of a traditional red ale with a robust malt character on both the nose and palate that temper the abundant hop presence.

  • Keegan
    Summerfest
    4.3
    Kingston, New York

    An German-style unfiltered wheat beer highlighted by a delicate malt bill and banana-like esters produced by signature Bavarian Hefeweizen yeast.

  • Lagunitas
    Equinox
    8.0
    Petaluma, California

    A creamy, pale oat ale hopped up with a huge charge of Equinox and Simcoe hops for a piney, eucalyptusy, cedary, sprucey, foresty blast.

  • Threes
    Words Have No Meaning
    6.8
    Brooklyn, New York

    A Belgian-style ale made with honey; citrusy and dry, with herbal notes of pear and honey.

  • Brooklyn
    I Wanna Rye-It
    7.5
    Brooklyn, New York

    This wayward grain is on a joy ride of spicy flavors, a light smack of caramel, an explosive pop of hops and a sharp dry finish.

  • Troegs
    Perpetual IPA
    7.5
    Hershey, Pennsylvania

    This Imperial Pale Ale utilizes hopback and dry-hopping technology to engineer a bold pour that melds the artisanal and mechanical.

  • Abita
    Ginger Restoration
    5.2
    Abita Springs, Louisiana

    Fresh ginger root and extra Cascade hops added to the firkin provide a bright, floral, slightly spicy kick to this classic English Pale Ale.