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This beer from Wedge Brewing Co. was first brewed in 2000 at home in Georgia after falling in love with the Belgian beer Piraat. Named Golem after Led Zeppelin's lyric in "Ramble On," this beer has evolved over the years into a perfect balance of malt sweetness, yeast esters and Czech Saaz.
This beer from Boiler Brewing Company was created as a collaboration with Lincoln, Nebraska, homebrewer Bob Catherall of the world famous Lincoln Lagers Homebrew Club. The spicy rye notes blend so perfectly with the new school Mosaic hops that it's hard to tell where the rye ends and the hops begin. Boiler was lucky enough to win a Gold Medal at the U.S. Open Beer Championship with the very first batch of this beer.
Tripel Horse has been the flagship beer of River Horse Brewing Co. since the company was founded in 1996. This dark-gold Belgian tripel has hints of clove, coriander and banana all packed into a 10% ABV beer.
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.
This deceptively strong beer from Providence Brewing Company is brewed with 2-Row pale malt, Carafoam, rolled oats, milk sugar, and intensely double dry-hopped with Citra and Mosaic giving it a decidedly dank aroma. Bursting with mango, orange and pineapple flavors, this is a juicy milkshake New England IPA that'll have you begging for another sip.
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.