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Balancing flavors of caramel, vanilla, and granola with hoppiness and a high ABV, Dogfish Head's American Beauty strikes a strange chord.
Ommegang’s Double Barrel Dubbel is aged in bourbon and brandy casks, adding complexity to the brewery’s year-round dubbel.
With Space Camper Cosmic IPA, Boulevard has created a great introductory hazy IPA, but not much more.
Abita's Purple Haze is not a beer that will announce itself in any way and only looks slightly different than your traditional macro-lager.
For a barrel-aged beer to stand out in today’s saturated market, it needs to have a level of complexity.
Despite being easy to drink in theory, Harpoon's UFO White won’t have you reaching for another sip.
Dark, strong, and a classic example of a Russian imperial stout, the boozy Expedition Stout from Bell's Brewery only gets better with age.
It’s not the most complex imperial stout, but it doesn’t have to be.
A spiced wheat bock, Samuel Adams Winter Lager won't bowl anyone over with flavor, but its ubiquity makes it a solid choice for holiday parties.
Based on coquito—a rum-based, eggnog-like drink from Puerto Rico—Wynwood Brewing Company's Coquí-to brings tropical flavor to the holidays.
The next time you pack your beach bag—or just dream of it over the winter months—save a spot for Funky Buddha Brewery's refreshing hefeweizen.