I went to the local bottle shop and saw they had Stone's Levitation for significantly more per sixer than their other Stone offerings. Levitation is Stone's session ale (4.4% abv). I heart session beers and is about all I brew. Seriously, a 1.056 beer in my brewhouse might as well be imperial.
I was a bit disappointed because I thought that with session ales you use less malt, hops, and, possibly, get more yield. Just wondering what everyone else thought. In sum, God bless breweries that can sell low abv beers at really high prices. I had the Bell's Oarsman (Berliner Weiss-inspired) and thought it was outstanding.