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  • Great Divide
    Hercules Double IPA
    Denver, Colorado

    This is not for the faint of heart. It is, however, fit for the gods, delivering a huge amount of hops from start to finish.

  • Victory
    Old Horizontal Barleywine
    Downingtown, Pennsylvania

    Massive amounts of barley malts combine with fresh harvest American hops for an aromatic and spicy on the nose sliding into honeyed malt depth and candied fruit ending on a harmonious warming alcohol finish.

  • Pretty Things
    St. Botolph's Town
    Cambridge, Massachusetts

    Inspired by the dark ales of England, this beer is big and malty with hints of smoke and dried coconuts and an old ale acidity around the edges.

  • Great Divide
    Nomad Pilsner
    Denver, Colorado

    A spin on the classic Bohemian Pilsner style with German malts and Saaz hops that offers a lively floral nose and sharp crispness.

  • Cisco Brewers
    Belgian Tripel
    Nantucket, Massachusetts

    Notes of pepper, honeysuckle, Geranium, and tropical fruit permeate this brew of rich malt, spicy hops, and a dry mineral finish.

  • Doc's
    Cassis Black Currant Hard Cider
    Warwick, New York

    The addition of black currants to this cider gives it a ruby hue and a slight berry tartness.

  • Sly Fox
    Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

    This German-style golden spring lager is brewed every year for the Sly Fox Bock Fest that features one of the largest goat races in Eastern Pennsylvania.

  • Bell's
    Comstock, Michigan

    A wheat ale fermented with Bell\'s signature house ale yeast, mixing a spicy hop character with mildly fruity aromas.

  • Gun Hill
    Revolution Red Rye
    The Bronx, New York

    Pale and caramel rye malts lend color and distinctive dry, peppery character while Amarillo hops counter with notes of tropical fruit and oranges.

  • Allagash
    Session Brett
    Portland, Maine

    This hazy, straw-colored ale is brewed with Mosaic hops and a house Brett strain for a mild tartness and notes of pineapple, bread crust, and fresh cut grass.

  • Ninkasi
    Total Domination
    Eugene, Oregon

    Multiple hops collide in balanced perfection, dominating the senses and achieving total satisfaction.

  • SingleCut
    Mo' Shuggie
    Queens, New York

    A bigger version of their delightfully tropical Australian and New Zealand hopped IPA.

  • Schlafly
    Irish-Style Extra Stout
    Maplewood, Missouri

    An amped-up version of a traditional dry stout. The addition of both roasted barley and Dark Crystal malted barley give this black pour undertones of chocolate, molasses and dried fruit while a generous hopping with East Kent Goldings balances the malt sweetness.

  • Captain Lawrence
    Black IPA
    Elmsford, New York

    This limited release Pilot Batch Brew is brewed with German and English roasted malts bursting with aroma and flavors of Centennial hops, with Columbus and Cascade playing supporting roles.

  • Adirondack
    Tangerine Dream
    Lake George, New York

    Dried tangerine peels and new hop varieties are added to the whirlpool for a unique authentic tangerine/citrus flavor. Brewed with wheat for mouthfeel and some crystal malts for a hint of sweetness.

  • Threes
    Everything Was Forever Until It Was No More
    Brooklyn, New York

    A rich, warming Imperial Stout with notes of bittersweet chocolate and dark fruit.

  • Oskar Blues
    Barrel-Aged G'Knight
    Brevard, North Carolina

    Another oak-aged delight from the folks at OB! Their amazingly balanced red ale took a stay in some Bulleit Bouron barrels and returned showing off smooth, rich tones of vanilla and wood to blend effortlessly with the caramel and chocolate notes of malt.

  • Millstone
    Monkton, Maryland

    Cask aged cider blended with bourbon barrel aged rustic peach wine. A farmhouse spring delight melding candied peach aromatics with tart peach skin flavors and a touch of vanilla.

  • Penn Brewing
    Berliner Weiss
    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    A refreshing and sessionable tart wheat ale with notes of lemon and grain.

  • Thomas Hooker
    Bloomfield, Connecticut

    A sort of Double India Pale Lager; smooth and unconventional with a robust hop character, finishing clean and crisp.