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This is one of Good Word Brewing's most popular beers, described as “juicy” without being overly sweet thanks to Vic Secret and Citra hops. Pilsner malt dominates alongside English pale malt and oats for a little more body and mouthfeel.
This dark roasted sweet stout from Crooked Hammock Brewery is heavy in body and color but light in its mouthfeel thanks to rolled oats and lactose, providing an underlying sweetness that is sure to make your dreams come true.
Instead of a commonly thought of coconut dark beer, this German-style coconut hefeweizen is a lighter-bodied beer inspired by one Honolulu Beer Works brewer's wife. Honolulu BeerWorks CocoWeizen took home a gold medal at Japan's International Beer Cup 2018.
“I like big stouts and I cannot lie!” Exile Brewing Co's mocha stout is brewed with Brazilian coffee beans from their neighbors up the street, Horizon Line. Roasted coffee and chocolate bitterness balance its smooth malty sweetness.
This 6% milk stout is brewed with lactose which imparts a creamy, sweet character to this overall roast-y and dark chocolate-y brew. Boise Brewing uses two different types of chocolate malt plus a touch or roast to get the dark chocolate character.
This American wheat ale from Triton Brewing Company is a 2017 Great American Beer Festival bronze medal winner from Indiana. The golden color, white head and crisp flavor will satisfy any wheat lover's cravings!
From Dan Norton of Nortons Brewing Company: "In the 18 years I've been professionally brewing, I've always brewed a beer in honor of each of my 3 kids. They get to name their beer, and tell me what they want it to taste like. My oldest child came up with Don't Poke the Bear, a chocolate imperial milk stout with vanilla."
The Kentucky common was a once popular recipe that originated in the Louisville, Kentucky area. Lost to Prohibition and recently resurrected, this has once again become a popular style of beer across the Bluegrass state and beyond.
This hopped-up take on a classic American lager from Parleaux Beer Lab is whirlpooled with lemongrass and then dry-hopped with Lemondrop hops, lending it a rich, bright aroma with a smooth lemon candy-like finish.
This classic, peppery, dry saison comes from Night Shift Brewing. A simple grist coupled with an assertive bittering hop addition help accentuate the dry characteristics and give a solid base for the phenols from the yeast. This beer took the silver medal in the Classic Saison category the 2017 Great American Beer Festival.
This extra special bitter is a more hop-forward version of the English bitter from Denizens Brewing Co. With classic ESB notes of toffee and biscuit, they use a mix of English and American hops to create a floral and herbal balance with the malt.