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  • Allagash
    White Ale
    Portland, Maine

    A Belgian style white ale brewed with wheat, coriander, and Curacao orange peel;fruity, refreshing and slightly cloudy in appearance.

  • Lagunitas
    Brown Shugga
    Petaluma, California

    Originally a failed attempt at a 1997 batch of Olde GnarlyWine Ale resulting in an all-new-beer-style we like to call…Irresponsible.

  • Troegs
    Mad Elf
    Hershey, Pennsylvania

    This ruby red holiday offering combines sweet and sour cherries, Pennsylvania honey, and chocolate malts for a palate-warming experience.

  • Avery
    Boulder, Colorado

    Amazingly complex, coal black, and velvety, this demon has notes of anise and chocolate covered cherries, along with rum-soaked fruit and an espresso finish.

  • Sierra Nevada
    Chico, California

    Creamy, malty, and satisfyingly rich. Caramel and Black malts give the Stout its deep, dark color and roasted flavor.

  • Lagunitas
    Hop Stoopid
    Petaluma, California

    The beer with a guarantee built right into the name, this one is massively dry-hopped for your aromatic pleasure.

  • Hill Farmstead
    Harlan American IPA
    Greensboro Bend, Vermont

    Edward\'s slightly more aggressive alter-ego- dry hopped exclusively with Columbus hops.

  • Hill Farmstead
    Greensboro Bend, Vermont

    Aromatic and flowery, with impressions of citrus and pine, and ale yeast and water from grandfather Edward\'s well.

  • Barrier
    Copernicus Cream Ale
    Oceanside, New York

    Burnt orange with an eggshell frothy head. Grain notes of flaked corn, honey, tortilla shell and candied peaches. Hops contribute a slight herbal/earthy flavor.

  • Ballast Point
    Grapefruit Sculpin
    San Diego, California

    This take on their quintessential West Coast IPA is bright and fruity with notes of grapefruit rind and juice.

  • Original Sin
    Hard Apple Cider
    New York, New York

    Made from local apples, this gluten free refresher is light and crisp with a smooth finish.

  • Bell's
    Lager Of The Lakes
    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.

  • Stone
    Escondido, California

    A collaboration milk stout layered with tiers of earthiness, spice, and roast from chocolate, cinnamon, nutmeg, chile pepper, and coffee.

  • Sixpoint
    Brooklyn, New York

    A dark, roasty porter porter with hints of coffee and chocolate along with a satisfying citrus, hoppy edge.

  • Maine Beer Co.
    Another One IPA
    Portland, Maine

    Another One IPA and Weez use the same hops but different malts. The result- Another One is very light in color, and Weez is very dark. Each, however, allow the hops to shine out front.

  • Tired Hands
    HopHands American Pale Ale
    Ardmore, Pennsylvania

    Our Exceedingly Aromatic Pale Ale. Brewed with oats and hopped with a blend of Amarillo, Simcoe, and Centennial.

  • Broken Bow
    Old Split Foot
    Tuckahoe, New York

    A full bodied Belgian Golden Strong Ale, intense and complex with a rich, creamy head. the nose is a fruity bouquet topped with honey and clove notes. The \"Devilish\" beer finishes with a spicy alcohol warmth.

  • Vliet
    Brooklyn, New York

  • Avery
    Raja Imperial IPA
    Boulder, Colorado

    Juicy flavor of grapefruit, pineapple and a bit of lemon. Pronounced but rounded bitterness. The 8% ABV hides itself well.

  • Gigantic
    White Light White Heat IPA
    Portland, Oregon

    Citrusy kumquat and pineapple aroma and flavor from galaxy, simcoe, and cascade hops. earthy, spicy and floral yeast. one damn tasty beer. enjoy!

  • Heavy Seas
    Powder Monkey Pale Ale
    Baltimore, Maryland

    Well balanced with a distinct bitterness and a slight malt sweetness; an English-style pale ale dry-hopped with East Kent Golding hops.

  • Abita
    Pecan Harvest Ale
    Abita Springs, Louisiana

    Real Louisiana roasted pecans are added in the brewhouse and give this ale a subtle nutty flavor and aroma.