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Robbie Sgro is a craft beer enthusiast who is thankful to reside in Grand Rapids.
Behold a sessionable, flavorful and appropriately spiced pumpkin beer that pairs perfectly with the season.
Unless it gets an attention-grabbing name change, Golden Lager will have to settle for being an any-day accessory to the dry Arizona heat.
Brawler is a fine change-of-pace beer, especially when paired with a historical haven that is Philadelphia.
The brewery’s berry-heavy flagship, Soft Parade, is for those who claim they don’t like beer.
Think of Dortmunder Gold in the same vein of a martini: Old school and not for everyone.
A Belgian-style triple meets a carton of raspberries.
Hamm’s, yes that Hamm's, is now a gold medal lager.
Samuel Adams created a hazy IPA for the beer snob and novice beer-drinker alike.
New Belgium's hemp beer is illegal in Kansas.
Go ahead, grab a 12-pack of this tried-and-true Scotch ale.
Even if you don't like sours, you might like this one.
Is Left Hand's Milk Stout better on Nitro?
An Autumn IPA or a half measure?
Sierra Nevada returns to Oktoberfest's German Märzen roots with this year's version.
Dragon's Milk from New Holland is easy to find these days. That doesn't mean it's simple.
Strong, and different: a barrel aged malt liquor.
Short's Huma Lupa Licious delivers on its promise, but in an unexpected way.
Mars is part of a musically-inspired series from Bell's, but it also stands alone.
The taproom at Founders is an incubator, and PC Pils is a successful graduate.
Not all coffee ales have to be thick and dark. Some are creamy and yet light.