A classic dark, Belgian-style beer gets a New World touch thanks to a stay in Kentucky bourbon barrels. The result combines notes of toffee, vanilla and oak from the barrels with cacao nibs, mulato chilies and cinnamon.
This Berliner weisse gets its sweet-tart kick from the juice from Oregon cranberries and a honeyed touch of quince.
Brewed in honor of the Trappist monks who pioneered this style, this is a classic Belgian dark ale.
This red ale with notes of pine, citrus and dark fruit blends some bitterness with a malty, sweet backbone.
Here's a sampling of the best beers being released in the coming week around the nation.
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Unfiltered and packed with wheat and oats, this robust-bodied hefeweizen gets a flavorful boost from American Citra hops.
Teetering somewhere between an American pale ale and a hoppy amber, this beer features an array of citrus-and-pine forward hop varieties, dark and crystal malts, and whole spruce tips.
Citra and El Dorado dominate the flavor profile of this pale ale, part of the proceeds of which go to protect the Kittatinny Ridge, a 185-mile Appalachian superhighway that provides clean water, recreational trails and safe passage for migratory wildlife.