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Cleveland IPA – IPA – American
7.0% ABV – Buckeye Brewing Company – Cleveland, OH
 

Buckeye Risque – Stout – Hazelnut
7.2% ABV – Buckeye Brewing Company – Cleveland, OH
 

Tapstack Lager – Lager – American Light
4.0% ABV – Buckeye Brewing Company – Cleveland, OH
 

Sunstream Wheat – Witbier
5.0% ABV – Buckeye Brewing Company – Cleveland, OH
 

Harvest Ale – ESB
6.7% ABV – Southern Tier Brewing Company – Lakewood, NY
 
Harvest Ale is our celebration of the changing weather and the sowing of hops and barley that will be used in our upcoming brews. We usher in the fall with a classic English style Extra Special Bitter of the highest order. Deep ruby in color with an even deeper hop flavor… in fact, we throw fresh English hops into every brewing vessel, then dry hop after fermentation to impart a zesty kick. This beer has real hop character that mingles with fresh malted barley for an experience that will make you wish it were fall year ‘round.

Nebuchadnezzar – IPA – Imperial / Double
8.5% ABV – Omnipollo – Stockholm
 
“Neb” is a home brew recipe that has been scaled up with no consideration to economies of scale. Some say idiotic, and as an economist I would have to agree. Get fresh or die trying. Henok

Share This: Mint Chip – Stout – Imperial / Double
10.5% ABV – The Bruery – Placentia, CA
 
Share This is a series of beers that spotlights unique ingredients and important causes. This decadent imperial stout is inspired by mint chip flavors, recreated by adding spearmint leaves and cacao nibs to a rich base featuring chocolaty notes of its own. Share This: Mint Chip pairs perfectly with supporting Food Forward, who is chipping away at hunger relief across Southern California, reaching over 100,000 people a month with recovered fresh foods.

For every bottle produced, we donate to support Food Forward®, which donates fresh produce to hunger relief agencies across Southern California.


Ruination 2.0 w/ Berries & Lemon – IPA – Imperial / Double
8.5% ABV – Stone Brewing – Escondido, CA
 
Stone 2.0 Double IPA brewed with blackberry, strawberry, and lemon peel

I Think Therefore I Am – IPA – New England
6.6% ABV – Evil Twin Brewing – Brooklyn, NY
 

Harvest Wet Hop Ale – IPA – American
6.7% ABV – Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. – Chico, CA
 
Created in 1996, Harvest Ale features Cascade and Centennial hops from the Yakima Valley in Eastern Washington. These hops are harvested and shipped as “wet” un-dried hops—the same day they are picked—to our brewery in Chico where our brewers eagerly wait to get them into the brew kettle while their oils and resins are still at their peak.

Nu Skool IPA – IPA – American
6.0% ABV – Southern Tier Brewing Company – Lakewood, NY
 
After over a year of prototyping R&D batches of Nu Skool IPA, this final version is one special beer. It’s an approachable, well-balanced IPA with slight malty sweetness that’s brimming with tropical, fruity, spicy, piney & citrus character. To contrast our IPA (brewed since 2002), which most closely resembles a traditional English IPA in malt & hop bills, we wanted to brew an IPA in a new way. Like craft brewers, hop farmers have come a long way. This beer showcases just how far we’ve come with alluring aromas & explosive flavors using only new American & experimental hops. There’s no need to add anything else. It’s time to graduate to the next level of hop flavors with Nu Skool IPA.

HOP PROCESS: We used 3.5 lbs. of “new school” varieties of hops per barrel of beer. We load our hopback to the brim with Mosaic hops for a big tropical fruit character. A nice whirlpool dose of experimental hop #07270 gives the beer a flavorful, resinous character. We then dry hop this beer on two separate days with a large amount of Mosaic hops in our hop cannon & Simcoe + Equinox two days later.


Poperings Hommelbier – Belgian Strong Golden Ale
7.5% ABV – Van Eecke – Watou, West-Vlaanderen
 
Hommel is the local abbreviation of humulus, from the botanical name for the hop plant. Confusingly, it also means bumble bee in Flemish. Poperings Hommelbier is a hoppy, golden-bronze, ale. it is made from a blend of winter, summer and aromatic pale malts, at a starting density of 16 Plato; soft water, from the brewery’s own well; Brewers’ Gold and Hallertau hops, both grown in Poperinge; and top-fermented with a very attenuative yeast that precipitates quickly. It is primed with white sugar, and re-yeasted for bottle-conditioning. The finished beer has 7.5 per cent alcohol by volume and 40 units of bitternes, though it tastes lighter on both counts.

Saison M – Wild Ale
7.1% ABV – Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales – Dexter, MI
 

Tropical Galaxy – Mixed Fermentation / Sour
6.8% ABV – Almanac – San Francisco, CA
 
Dry-hopped farmhouse ale aged in oak barrels with mango, lime and coconut

Apex Predator – Saison / Farmhouse Ale
6.5% ABV – Off Color Brewing – Chicago, IL
 
When you brew as much as we do, sometimes we get tired of telling the yeast what to do. For Apex Predator Farmhouse Ale, we pitch the yeast cold, turn off the temperature control, and let the yeast do its thing. To our delight, it spat out the sweet scent of juicy fruit wafting from a frothy, white mane. Brewed only with grain and sugar unencumbered by the heat of the kiln, we create a hazy, golden body. Apex Predator gets its teeth from a generous Crystal dry-hopping that completes the dry finish with a fruity bite. Pounce on the opportunity to let it part your lips and you may find yourself at the top of the food chain.

Oatmeal Stout – Stout – Oatmeal
5.0% ABV – Samuel Smith’s Old Brewery – Tadcaster, North Yorkshire
 
Brewed with well water (the original well at the Old Brewery, sunk in 1758, is still in use, with the hard well water being drawn from 85 feet underground); fermented in ‘stone Yorkshire squares’ to create an almost opaque, wonderfully silky and smooth textured ale with a complex medium dry palate and bittersweet finish.

Monstrous – Stout – Barrel Aged
14.7% ABV – Southern Tier Brewing Company – Lakewood, NY
 
Brewed with black malt, chocolate malt and riasted barley, then aged for a year in bourbon barrels

Christmas Ale – Belgian Strong Dark Ale
8.5% ABV – Corsendonk – Turnhout, Antwerpen
 

Rubrique-a-brac – Bière de Garde
6.0% ABV – Whiner – Chicago, IL
 
A Dry-Hopped Wild Biere de Garde.

Pe-Kan – Stout – Pecan
11.5% ABV – Prairie Artisan Ales – Tulsa, OK
 
Imperial Stout brewed with copious amounts of vanilla & pecans.

Oak Aged Back Burner – #BIL
9.6% ABV – Southern Tier Brewing Company – Lakewood, NY
 
Long ago, British farmhouse brewers made special ales using the first runnings of the mash. These beers, now called barley wine, are brewed in the tradition of days past. At Southern Tier this long awaited brew is placed on the back burner until the start of the new year. Back Burner Barley Wine is a celebration of things to come and things remembered. It’s conceived in three small batches, using voluminous amounts of barley and hops. The process starts early in the morning and ends late into the night. We hope this rare brew reignites your spirit for another trip around the sun.

Original Blend – Cider
5.1% ABV – Downeast – Boston, MA
 
Original Blend is the Auerbach to our Celtics, the Satisfaction to our Stones, the Agent K to our Men In Black, our foundation. From its humble beginnings in the basement of a Bates College dormitory, Original Blend is the result of hundreds of test batches aimed at crafting the best damn hard cider you’ve ever tasted. Original Blend is made from freshly pressed local apples because we not only believe in high quality cider, we believe in America. We use a secret blend of Red Delicious, McIntosh, Cortland, and Gala apples, and NEVER add concentrate, artificial flavors or sweeteners. Original Blend is the way cider should be. Our Original Blend Cider is 5.1% ABV. As always, our cider is GLUTEN FREE!!

Cuvée Series Two – Strong Ale – American
11.0% ABV – Southern Tier Brewing Company – Lakewood, NY
 
ALE IMPRESSIONS: Dark ruby red color, roasted malt flavor with apparent bitterness. Finishes with a rich caramel and espresso aroma.
AMERICAN OAK IMPRESSIONS: Impressions of vanilla crème, classic crème brûlée and nougat. A little more oak flavor than series one, but with creamy intensity.

Bräuweisse – Hefeweizen
5.1% ABV – Ayinger – Aying
 

Old Rasputin – Stout – Russian Imperial
9.0% ABV – North Coast Brewing Company – Fort Bragg, CA
 
Produced in the tradition of 18th Century English brewers who supplied the court of Russia’s Catherine the Great, Old Rasputin seems to develop a cult following wherever it goes. It’s a rich, intense brew with big complex flavors and a warming finish.

Kölsch – Kölsch
4.8% ABV – Gaffel – Köln
 
Das klassische Gaffel Kölsch ist eine besonders frische Kölner Bierspezialität, die nach bewährtem Familienrezept und dem Deutschen Reinheitsgebot von 1516 mit Wasser, Malz und Hopfenextrakt gebraut wird.

Der feinherbe, angenehme, leicht hopfenbetonte Geschmack ist charakteristisch für dieses Traditionsprodukt.
English:
The classic Gaffel Kölsch is a particularly fresh Cologne beer specialty, brewed with water, malt and hop extract according to the tried and tested family formula and the German Purity Law of 1516.
The fine, pleasant, slightly hopped flavor is characteristic of this traditional product.


Pils – Pilsner – Czech
6.0% ABV – Lagunitas Brewing Company – Petaluma, CA
 
Our only Lager, brewed with loads of imported Saaz hops and a bottom-fermenting yeast strain that leaves it Light and Crisp and Easy to Slam, yet full of real flavor and all the things you yearn for.

Two Hearted Ale – IPA – American
7.0% ABV – Bell’s Brewery – Comstock, MI
 
Brewed with 100% Centennial hops from the Pacific Northwest and named after the Two Hearted River in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, this IPA is bursting with hop aromas ranging from pine to grapefruit from massive hop additions in both the kettle and the fermenter.

Perfectly balanced with a malt backbone and combined with the signature fruity aromas of Bell’s house yeast, this beer is remarkably drinkable and well suited for adventures everywhere.



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