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Its next design project, Amplified Voices, will feature BIPOC and LGBTQ artists on every beer that the brewery produces for three months.
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- Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company
Vanilla Pecan is a variant of Lazy Magnolia’s flagship Southern Pecan brown ale, boosted with whole-roasted pecans and Madagascar vanilla beans.
- Eagle Brewery
No chocolate or peanut butter here—the fruit in Eagle's ale is front and center.
- Paulaner Brauerei
Munich’s Hacker-Pschorr Oktoberfest begs to be slugged by the liter, lukewarm from a stein, surrounded by revelers from around the world.
- Crane Brewing
Omar is named after the brewer’s late cat, and the beer does its namesake justice with a warming, comforting combination of flavors.
- Monstruo de Agua
The golden ale is made with prickly pear and lemon balm grown in the brewery's own garden.
- Modern Times Beer
Critical Band is a dreamy, creamy IPA filled to the brim with tropical fruit flavors.
- Von Ebert Brewing
The beer, which takes its name from a song by the Violent Femmes, proves the Portland brewery is no one-hit-wonder.
- Abnormal Beer Company
Abnormal’s Hazy Dreams is a rare hazy IPA that shows why the style became popular in the first place.
“We really have developed a little capital, a northern lighthouse when it comes to craft beer.”
After Boulevard Brewing Co. was acquired in 2013, it made room for Kansas City's locally owned breweries to find traction and their own niche.
Whether east, west, south, central, or right outside the San Juan metropolitan area, there is a craft brewery nearby—and only more to come.