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A perfect blend of classic dry stout character with brilliant flavors of Neapolitan Ice Cream. Experience the nostalgic flavors of chocolate, vanilla and strawberry all in one glass – because sometimes ice cream just isn't enough.
Just like Old Chub... but on NITRO! A brobdingnagian celebration of rich malts and smoked grains creates a smooth finishing character for the herculean size of this Scotch Ale (8% A.B.V./30 IBU). The first American craft nitro beer in a can, Old Chub Nitro Scotch Ale takes the big, bold original favorite and adds the creamy, velvety mouth-feel that only nitro can add and makes this local Colorado nitro unique.
Clean and crisp, The BrightCider is made exclusively with fresh-pressed NW apples. BrightCider, always a bright idea!
Apple Raspberry

Fruit Cider

Vander Mill Winery, Cider Mill & Microbrewery
Spring Lake, Michigan
This truly old fashioned soda has the rich, creamy flavor that only comes from using pure Wisconsin honey direct from the combs. Our extracts are prepared at the brewery in a hand-made, gas-fired brew kettle, by combining honey, pure vanilla and a host of aromatic botanicals. The dark, honeyed brew will build a delicious, frothy head when properly poured into a frosted mug.
A west coast Pale Ale chock-full of dank, aromatic hops. This one's a screamer, horde it.
Dominated by intense hop aromatics of ripe citrus and tropical fruit. Full bodied and chewy with a long, lingering bitterness and warming finish.
An unfiltered imperial India pale ale with huge hop flavor. A beer this distinctively hoppy inspires many a tall tale. And they don't come taller than South Bay Bessie, the legendary monster that roams the shallow depths of Lake Erie.
Our interpretation of a traditional Belgian wheat beer. Brewed with a generous portion of wheat and spiced with coriander and Curacao orange peel, this beer is fruity, refreshing and slightly cloudy in appearance. Awards: Gold, World Beer Cup 2010 Bronze, GABF 2010 Gold, GABF 2005 Silver, World Beer Cup 2004 Gold, GABF 2002 Bronze, World Beer Cup 2002 Gold, World Beer Cup 1998
Devil's Advocate begs the question: What happens when you take a ton (literally) of Pilsen malt, put it through a decoction mash, boil it up, add another 500 lbs of Belgian candy and kane sugar, and then add some of Duvel's world famous yeast? The answer: A spicy, sweet, and dangerously drinkable Belgian golden strong ale.
Mosaic Hennepin

French & Belgian-Style Saison

Brewery Ommegang
Cooperstown, New York
Lolita is a pink rose colored Belgian style pale ale fermented with wild yeast and aged on raspberries in wine barrels. Aromas of fresh raspberries, bright jammy fruit flavors and crisp, refreshing body make Lolita ideal for beer drinkers fond of Belgian Framboise.
Clearly, style lines have been crossed. Is it half-IPA, half-stout? Not quite. It’s definitely all IPA, but it’s also the best of both styles, making this love child of a beer simply just a beautiful, pleasure-seeking meld of imperial IPA and mocha indulgence. How did we come up with this inexplicably delicious creation? Well, that doesn’t really matter. What matters is that it exists and that it’s here for you now, thanks to our deliberate disregard for brewing norms. Some things are not meant to be known, just enjoyed...thoroughly.
Tank 7

Dry hopped saison

Boulevard Brewing Company
Kansas City, Missouri
A massive beer in every sense of the word, Judgment Day is layered with flavors from the raisins, dark malt, alcohol and yeast all battling for the forefront of taste. The flavors of the beer lend well to pairing with a sweet dessert, or can be the end of a meal itself. Judgment Day is the base beer for our Cuvee de Tomme. Many of the Trappist Breweries produce a version of beer which ages incredibly well for many years to come. And, since none of us knows when the end of the world is coming, we suggest you stock up with lots of Lost Abbey beers so that when the end of the world magically appears from no where, you'll have a beer or two on hand for even the stingiest of angels. Available in 750ml bottles and on draft at select inspired locations.
Prairie Path Ale has a complex malt character that is paired with Saaz and Golding hops that create a mildly bitter finish. The result is a crisp, drinkable, savory ale that is light in color, but not in flavor.
Paletas - Guava

Fruit Beer

5 Rabbit Cerveceria Inc
Chicago, Illinois
Little Brett is a hazy, straw-colored beer featuring an aroma bursting with pineapple and notes of bread crust. Pineapple continues through the flavor with additional notes of fresh cut grass. A mild tartness in the finish is nicely balanced with a pleasant hop bitterness. Brewed with Allagash 2-row malted barley blend and pilsner malt, and both hopped and dry hopped with 100% Mosaic hops, Little Brett is completely fermented in stainless with Allagash's house strain of Brettanomyces yeast.
Tropical Pale Ale

American-Style Pale Ale

Boulevard Brewing Company
Kansas City, Missouri
Rauchbier

Rauchbier

Dovetail Brewing
Finally, a Surly beer my German mother will drink. She says this one tastes like a bier from back home. Not unlike a Zwickel Bier from Germany, Hell is not filtered and fermented with lager yeast. American hops takes a back seat to the Pils malt sweetness and fresh bread aroma. The color is well... hell (Deutsch for light). It's fiendishly drinkable, and you don't have to sell your soul to get another.
James Bean is our bourbon barrel aged Tripel (Curieux), with cold pressed coffee added. We use coffee from www.mattscoffee.com right here in Maine.
A tempest on the tongue, or a moment of pure hop bliss? Brewed with a dazzling blend of American hops and Scottish malt, this crimson-hued ale delivers waves of citrus, pine and caramel-toffee. For those who favor flavor, Furious has the hop-fire your taste buds have been screeching for.
Carnevale Ale

French & Belgian-Style Saison

The Lost Abbey
San Marcos, California
In early 2014, Tony Gwynn’s team approached AleSmith to create a distinctive beer for the baseball legend. A meeting was called at the Gwynn household, which included a sampling of AleSmith beers to identify Tony’s preferences. He wanted the beer to be “light with a kick” which he elaborated further to mean full of hop character and light in body and color. The result of the Gwynn family’s feedback on test batches rendered a golden pale ale full of American hop flavor and aroma, with a subdued bitterness and a malty sweet finish. AleSmith San Diego Pale Ale .394 pays tribute to the city that Tony loved and the career high batting average that he achieved in ‘94. Discover what happens when a Hall of Fame perfectionist crafts a beer with a world-class brewery. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Tony and Alicia Gwynn Foundation (TAG).
Once upon a time it was the most award winning Pizza Port beer of all time. Now it has found a new home at The Lost Abbey. A massive brown ale base that is made from four fermentable sugars including Malted Barley, Raisins, Candi Sugar and Sour Cherries, this beer is fully fermented before being placed in Bourbon barrels where the beer ages for one year with the Sour Cherries and the wild Brettanomyces yeast that we inoculate the barrels with. One of the most complex and unique beers we make each year.
Salted Caramel Brown Ale
Inspired by Mexican hot chocolate, this smooth stout will keep you coming back for more! It is carefully blended with Dutch chocolate coffee, cinnamon, nutmeg, and habaneros which will leave you with the perfect balance of chocolate and heat.
Barrel aged stout with cinnamon, coffee and vanilla beans a Mama D favorite!
This is a Belgian-style farmhouse ale. The aroma is dominated by fruity esters reminiscent of citrus fruits along with a moderate earthy and floral hop aroma from the use of Noble-type hops in the brewing process. Has a deep gold, hue that is often hazy, and a voluminous head on pouring as a result of the bottle-conditioning and high natural carbonation. The beer is medium-bodied and has a very refreshing effervescence which, along with a fairly low alcohol content of 6% by volume, makes this a beer to be enjoyed on a warm day by itself or with a wide range of foods, whether casual or fine dining. Complex flavors and aromas in this beer are a result of the special yeast used in fermentation combined with the additional complexity added by bottle-conditioning in large bottles for at least six weeks before being released.
Fierce

Berliner-Style Weisse (Wheat)

Off Color Brewing
Chicago, Illinois
Krankshaft

German-Style Kölsch / Köln-Style Kölsch

Metropolitan Brewing
Chicago, Illinois
We first released this decidedly indelicate beer in 2012, as Stone Ruination Tenth Anniversary IPA, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of our belovedly bitter Stone Ruination IPA. Stone RuinTen IPA uses the same recklessly hoppy recipe as the 2012 release; only the name has changed, as we plan to unleash this belligerently delicious hop monster upon the public annually from now on. We packed a whopping five pounds of hops into each barrel, and cranked up the ABV to stand up to the hop onslaught. The results are glorious, and we know you'll rejoice in tasting this audacious gem of hoppy splendor once again. You're welcome.
Saison-Brett, based on our very popular Tank 7, is assertively dry hopped, then bottle conditioned with various yeasts, including Brettanomyces, a wild strain that imparts a distinctive earthy quality. Though this farmhouse ale was given three months of bottle age prior to release, further cellaring will continue to enhance the “Brett” character, if that's what you're after.
This beer packs a ton of Hop Head Farms Chinook hop goodness into a golden blonde base. Tropical fruits, assertive hop bite and an ample dankness fuel our fresh Taproom IPA.
Vic Secret Space Cake

Imperial or Double India Pale Ale

Clown Shoes Beer
Ipswich, Massachusetts
Bottle description: Great beer is for everyone and anyone with the good taste to recognize it, not just a niche group like us über beer geeks. So, when we developed this pleasantly bitter, deliciously citrusy, hop-driven IPA, we took it as an opportunity to go a step further and do something we’d spent over a year researching and perfecting: creating a beer that makes it possible for nearly everyone to experience our aggressive, no-holds-barred approach to craft brewing. It’s a flavorful, cutting-edge, modern-day IPA for everyone. Lemondrop and El Dorado hops provide plenty of fruity citrus character and a burst of hop zing that sings on the palate. We’re proud to present it to those who already know us for our IPA prowess and to those who, so far, have only heard the legends.
Hefeweizen

Bavarian Hefeweizen

Dovetail Brewing
We've sewn together a British ESB and Belgian Pale Ale with the thread of New Zealand hops to create one extremely sessionable beer built for you to crush all day long. Walk that dog, lest the dog come and walk on you.
How do you cram as much hop & malt flavor and aroma as possible into a beer but make it crushable too? That’s the challenge we answered with PINNER Throwback IPA. This drinkable IPA uses several varieties of hops to target the ever-evolving flavor. With tropical fruits, citrus juices, pineapple and spice berry up front in the aroma and flavor, the biscuit & toasted bread at the back balance out all the hops and make a great finish to go on to your next can of PINNER. It’s the perfect beer for a little sip, sip, give.
Same as the Gose with Guava, which incorporates pear and strawberry flavors, this helps balance the beer.
Brewed and bottled by Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales, Dexter, Michigan. A collaboration with Anchorage Brewing Company, this ale is brewed with grapefruit peel, juice, and peppercorns. Oak barrel aged and bottle conditioned. He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you. Nietzsche When introspection fails, it's time to look outward for inspiration, perhaps Northward! One of the people who inspired me this past year is my friend Gabe Fletcher of Anchorage Brewing Co. We brewed this beer together. I hope it inspires you. Northward!
Barrel Aged Hibernation Ale

Wood- and Barrel-Aged Strong Beer

Great Divide Brewing Company
Denver, Colorado
A new clan of Ninja is ready to do battle with your taste buds. A true warrior, the Simcoe Ninja’s only foe is the bland. With massive notes of pine and citrus, Simcoe Ninja will slash at your senses and leaves you thirsty for another bottle.
Brewed as a quintessential beer to quench your thirst on a hot summer day, "A Bretter Day" is Two Brothers' take on a Biere de Mars ale. Featuring their house Brettanomyces yeast to create a flavorful, sessionable ale that tastes like the best days of summer - dry, earthy, and slightly sweet.
A dry hopped Belgian Pale Ale which defies tradition by combining Chinook and Columbus hops, American malts and a Belgian yeast strain. The result is a beer with earthy and spicy tones from the yeast and a slight orange note contributed by the hops.
Session Sour Bright Gooseberry, lychee and fruit aromas of white grapes from the Hallertau Blanc hops lead into a dynamic middle before a crisp lactic snap for a bright, tangy finish.
Anchor Steam's® roots go back to the Gold Rush, long before icehouses and modern refrigeration made traditional lagers a viable California option. In 1876, thanks to an ice pond in the mountains and a belief that anything is possible in the Golden State, a little brewery named Boca created California's first genuine lager. Anchor California Lager® is our re-creation of this historic beer. Made in San Francisco with two-row California barley, Cluster hops (the premier hop in 19th-century California), and our own lager yeast, this all-malt brew is kräusened and lagered in our cellars. Its golden color, distinctive aroma, creamy head, balanced depth of flavor, and smooth finish make Anchor California Lager® a delicious celebration of California’s unique brewing heritage.
Escapist

American-Style India Pale Ale

Temperance Beer Company
Chicago, Illinois
If malt and hops are the two poles of brewing, this beer is the gently spinning sweet spot between them. First, you'll notice the spicy aromas of Perle and Hallertau hops. Then - wipe the foam off the tip of your nose - dive into the toasty flavors of Vienna and Munich malts. Dynamo starts strong and finishes crisp and smooth. The balanced flavors, aromas, and even the coppery-red tones of this beer go great with everything. Fear no pairing. The best time to enjoy Dynamo is when you're thirsty. Dynamo Copper Lager goes great with pizza, neighborhood block parties, spring rolls, first dates, football games, whiskey, tapas, the Sunday newspaper, late-night burritos, veggie omelets, business lunches, grilled mushrooms, pretzels, political debate, corn-on-the-cob, classic sci-fi flicks, mixed greens, campfires, salmon, billiards, cherry pie, rock shows, pumpernickel, salsa, grand openings, peanuts, sewing bees, extra sharp cheddar cheese, and holidays.