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Atlas Brew Works in Washington D.C. created this hop-forward rye ale that is both fun and aggressive. Using a large amount of specialty malts and three hop varieties, it is sure to get rye ale lovers' attention.
This export helles from Earth Rider Brewery was inspired by Augustiner Edelstoff, which founder Tim Nelson fell in love with on a trip to Bavaria. It's alcohol percentage is above what a standard helles would be, and the hop character is also slightly elevated compared to a typical helles.
Family Vacation was originally brewed to quench the thirst of locals coming back from a day of skiing and was inspired by a wildly popular Midwestern brewed cream ale. Over the past 5 years, Roadhouse Brewing C. has taken the liberty of adjusting the recipe to ensure it's always crushable!
Martian Spring from Strangeways Brewing is based on the classic Bière de Garde style, but with an extra kick of hops to make it more of a Bière de Mars. This might be a classic style, but American hops and dry-hopping make this a pretty unique beer!
This well balanced, yet complex porter from Big Timber Brewing Company derives all of its flavor from loads of specialty malts. It was one of three beers available when the brewery opened in 2014. The recipe has remained virtually unchanged, and this beer and can only be found in West Virginia!
This nearly opaque imperial stout from Seventh Son Brewing Co. boasts hints of plum, dark cocoa and a pleasing warm alcohol finish. Oubliette may be the french word for dark forgotten dungeon, but you are guaranteed to remember this dark stout.
Holy City Brewing's Pluff Mud Porter presents (and smells) like a classic porter, with subtle chocolate notes and a silky finish, but the medium body and tame ABV keep it refreshing at all times. Enjoy this throughout the year, in or out of the marsh.
Sabrage /səˈbrɑːʒ/ is the technique for opening a champagne bottle with a saber, a fitting name for this beer recipe from Von Ebert Brewing. This recipe is dry and effervescent, with minimal bitterness and hop character that's dominated by grapefruit-heavy Citra and a touch of resinous Chinook. You don't need a ceremonial occasion to drink this beer!
Iron Monk Brewing's American amber ale is very malt-forward and smooth. They hear from fans all the time that this is their all-time favorite beer, and we think you'll agree once you brew some yourself.
This dark-style lager from the Church Brew Works won a Great American Beer Festival 2012 silver medal and is based on a 150-year-old recipe from Munich, Germany. This version is slightly darker and surprisingly easy drinking with a low ABV and crisp finish.