Bursting with fruit-forward aromas of citrus with a hint of pine, this refreshingly bitter IPA is a welcome break from the flood of hazy New England-style IPAs.
This reimagining of a classic biere de miel adds cactus gunk to the traditional honey. Cracked pepper and Meyer lemon peel aromas from wild yeasts enhance the intense juiciness from the agave nectar, dragonfruit and prickly pear.
Double dry-hopped with American Strata and German Grundgeist, this pilsner has notes of passionfruit, young Sancerre, and yellow Sour Patch candies.
The Dude would surely have abided by this creamy stout with coffee, vanilla and notes of chocolate.
Here's a sampling of the best beers being released in the coming week around the nation.
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Brewed with rye for a crisp, dry finish, our light Kolsch-style ale is an easy-drinking beer with just the right amount of complexity.
After late-hop and dry-hop additions of Amarillo, Citra and Mandarina, this IPA is aged on American oak and maple wood.
Spanish cedar, the same wood used to make cigar humidors, is added post-fermentation to this IPA to add a whole new dimension of flavor.
This barrel-aged brown ale has a mellow flavor profile with underlying complexity.