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  • Left Hand
    Polestar Pilsner
    Longmont, Colorado

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

  • Avery
    Boulder, Colorado

    A brutally dank, piney and resinous ale designed for those seeking a divine hop experience. Lupulin Rapture Incarnate!

  • Allagash
    Portland, Maine

    This golden hued ale is marked by passion fruit and herbal notes in the aroma, with subtle suggestions of banana and honey.

  • Greenport Harbor
    Otherside IPA
    Greenport, New York

    This take on a West Coast IPA recently beat out some big names in the IPA game at a taste test held at Mug\'s Ale House.

  • Doc's
    Framboise Cider
    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.

  • Harpoon
    Long Thaw White IPA
    Boston, Massachusetts

    Notes of orange peel and coriander and the soft mouthfeel of a Belgian wit combine with the bold, piney flavors of an IPA in this stylistic blend.

  • Saranac
    Prism White Ale
    Utica, New York

    This lighter wheat ale might have a hazy appearance, but one thing\'s crystal clear: it practically sparkles with bright, citrusy flavor.

  • Baxter
    Lewiston, Maine

    Complex malt overtones of caramel and toast balance ample bitterness giving this California-Style lager high drinkability and a clean, crisp finish.

  • Virtue
    Fennville, Michigan

    A Norman-style Cidre Brut, aged in French oak barrels, a little bit rough, unfiltered with a balance of flavors from the fruit, the farm and the barrel.

  • Brooklyn
    Quadraceratops Quadrupel
    Brooklyn, New York

    This strong dark abbey ale in the Quadrupel style is complex and fruity, thanks to a hefty malt bill, candi sugar, and Belgian yeast, yet it never overwhelms.

  • Other Half
    Hop'deded Imperial IPA
    Brooklyn, New York

    A straight up hop bomb! A full-bodied double IPA with a grassy, citrus profile and a nice lingering resinous finish. For the hop-heads!

  • Grimm
    Color Field
    Brooklyn, New York

    An American wild farmhouse ale with hibiscus, rose hips, and chamomile for lemony, peppery notes of earthy botanicals mingling with classic saison funk.

  • Victory
    Hop Ticket Black IPA
    Downingtown, Pennsylvania

    Aromas of roasted malt precede hints of pine and resin in this dark and rich Black IPA giving way to a rye spiciness and a pleasantly dry finish.

  • Dark Horse
    Blue Barracuda
    Marshall, Michigan

    A collaboration blueberry pale ale brewed with Slippery Slope from Chicago.

  • Great South Bay
    Sleigh Ryed
    Bay Shore, New York

    This winter red rye ale will keep you toasty warm with its delicious malty rye flavor and piney notes of juniper berries.

  • Cigar City
    Tampa, Florida

    This Extra Special Bitter pours amber in color with notes of caramel and red delicious apples balanced by a moderate earthy/herbal hop bitterness in the finish.

  • Threes
    Mechanical Spring
    Brooklyn, New York

    A classic Belgian-style Saison full of juicy notes of pear, orange peel, and a touch fresh-ground black pepper.

  • Baxter
    Lewiston, Maine

    Crisp and lean with nicely lingering hop flavors, this light-bodied, dry Xtra Pale Ale is cold-conditioned for a smooth, dry finish.

  • Baxter
    Window Seat
    Lewiston, Maine

    Chocolatey roasted malts blend with coconuts and almonds in this rich, candy-like Porter.

  • Abita
    Bourbon Street Baltic Porter
    Abita Springs, Louisiana

    An eight-week stay in Pappy Van Winkle barrels gives this roasty robust porter sweet, warming notes of oak and whiskey.

  • Flying Dog
    Doggie Style Pale Ale
    Frederick, Maryland

    Citra hops, Kaffir lime leaves, and ginger add an exotic note to this hop-forward, low-bodied pale ale.

  • Two Brothers
    Cane & Ebel
    Warrenville, Illinois

    Dry, but with a creamy touch of Thai Palm Sugar and the spicy tang of Rye, all balanced by loads of the wackiest new hops you can lay your hands on.