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  • Stoudt's
    Fat Dog Oatmeal Stout
    9.0
    Adamstown, Pennsylvania

    This smooth, rich ale boasts an inviting silky black color, a prominent roast malt flavor, and a chocolate/coffee finish.

  • Barrier
    Cycle Saison
    4.2
    Oceanside, New York

    This reformulated recipe is fermented with a house saison yeast and brettanomyces brux, for a complex, citrusy, & funky beer you need to drink NOW.

  • Peak Organic
    Weiss Principal
    8.7
    Portland, Maine

    This unfiltered wheat beer is ripe with banana and clove flavors, and pungent American hops provide citrus, pine & fruit notes.

  • Doc's
    Framboise Cider
    5.5
    Warwick, New York

    Fresh raspberries are added to Doc\'s Draft Hard Apple Cider and re-fermented to create a delicious spin on traditional cider.

  • Ramstein
    Oktoberfest
    6.0
    Butler, New Jersey

    This recreation of an authentic German amber lager from the early 1900s has a rich malty aroma, a smooth toasty palate, and subtle noble hop finish.

  • Carton
    Boat Beer
    4.2
    Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey

    An intriguingly light-bodied ale with a grapefruit aroma that opens into a crisp, stony tangle of white and yellow fruit with pine and moss notes.

  • Founders
    Red's Rye PA
    6.6
    Grand Rapids, Michigan

    Serious hop bitterness, along with an unyielding grapefruit bouquet from the Amarillo dry hop, balances the malty richness, with rye malt providing a spicy finish.

  • Firestone Walker
    Pivo Pils
    5.3
    Paso Robles, California

    A classic German Pilsner with a hoppy Bohemian twist, brewed with German grown Magnums and dry-hopped with Saphir.

  • Two Roads
    No Limits Hefeweizen
    5.0
    Stratford, Connecticut

    Beautifully cloudy with a wonderful fruit aroma and a dry finish, this wheat ale is a refreshing version of the original; with just a little bit more of everything.

  • Lagunitas
    Night Time
    8.2
    Petaluma, California

    Packed full of highly roasted malts counterhopped by smooth operators with the dankest juiciest hops. Not for the lunch crowd.

  • Heavy Seas
    Plank III
    8.5
    Baltimore, Maryland

    A robust, bold Belgian-style Tripel aged on Jamaican allspice wood with notes of white pepper, peach, and subtle spiciness.

  • Adirondack
    Mild Stout
    4.0
    Lake George, New York

    A traditional dark stout with a thick creamy head full of chocolate and roasted malt.

  • SingleCut
    Bob Sunburst Finish India Pale Lagrrr!
    3.8
    Queens, New York

    Crisp and clean while maintaining a malt complexity/aroma and assertive hop presence that has typical lagers sweating in panic. Viva la Lagrrr!

  • Flying Dog
    Agave Cerveza
    4.2
    Frederick, Maryland

    This Mexican-style lager uses flaked maize highlights the distinctive corn and cracker flavor while agave and lime peel bring that distinct citrus taste.

  • Stillwater
    A Saison Darkly
    8.0
    Stratford, Connecticut

    This tribute to getting weird and making art is brewed with dark malts and burnt sugars then lightly spiced with Rose Hips, Hibiscus, & Schisandra berries.

  • He'Brew
    Mazel Hops
    8.9
    Clifton Park, New York

    This hop explosion full of juicy notes of citrus and resin was brewed to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Beer Of The Month Club.

  • Pretty Things
    Fringe
    5.3
    Cambridge, Massachusetts

    A dry, golden hoppy pale ale using Chinook and Amarillo hops. The dryness and soft body are driven home by an almost dank Grapefruit pith character.

  • Anchor
    Brotherhood Steam Beer
    5.6
    San Francisco, California

    This collaboration with the Chris Robinson Brotherhood features a smooth, full-bodied malt flavor with a lingering, fresh hop finish from Citra and Nelson Sauvin hops.

  • Abita
    Legendary Gator
    10.3
    Abita Springs, Louisiana

    A Helles Triple Bock brewed with pale malt and hopped with European and American hops and aged up to 6 months to create a well balanced, strong lager.

  • Wandering Star
    Catnip White IPA
    7.1
    Pittsfield, Massachusetts

    A light-colored, deceptively strong, hoppy beer with grapefruit and pine notes and a refreshing tartness and ‘funk’ from a Belgian Wit yeast.