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  • Brooklyn
    Brown Ale
    5.5
    Brooklyn, New York

    A blend of six malts, some of them roasted, give this beer its deep russet brown color and smooth, fruity and malty flavor.

  • Lake Placid
    Ubu Ale
    7.0
    Lake Placid, New York

    Deep garnet red in color, this English strong ale has a rich maltiness, a smooth, hardy taste and a nice warm feeling to follow.

  • Founders
    Breakfast Stout
    8.3
    Grand Rapids, Michigan

    Brewed with an abundance of flaked oats, bitter and sweetened imported chocolates, Sumatra and Kona coffee- it\'s an eye-opener.

  • Avery
    White Rascal
    5.6
    Boulder, Colorado

    An authentic Belgian style wheat or \"white\" ale, this Rascal is unfiltered and cleverly spiced with coriander and Curacao orange peel producing a refreshingly fruity thirst quencher.

  • Barrier
    Red Button Imperial Red
    8.8
    Oceanside, New York

    This ale is bitter up front, followed by a hoppy, caramel like sweetness, but finishes dry leaving you wanting more.

  • Victory
    Winter Cheers
    6.7
    Downingtown, Pennsylvania

    This celebratory wheat ale features luscious fruity and spicy notes, a light body and crisp finish, with hints of banana, clove and citrus.

  • Oskar Blues
    Icey PA
    7.0
    Brevard, North Carolina

    This limited release wheat IPA was brewed in celebration of Colorado winter and Oskar Blues’ partnership with Denver’s Icelantic Skis.

  • Downeast
    Original Blend
    5.1
    Boston, Massachusetts

    Inspired by farm-fresh ciders enjoyed around New England in autumn, made from local apples for a full-bodied flavor and smooth finish.

  • Smuttynose/Stone
    Cluster's Last Stand
    8.8
    Portsmouth, New Hampshire

    “Cluster’s Last Stand is a tribute to the original American IPAs and the hops that that made them great (including Cluster),” said David Yarrington. “While the name started out as a way to lampoon a hop variety whose moment had passed, we realized that working with Stone, particularly in the wake of Brewmaster Mitch Steele’s book, was the perfect way to create a serious tribute to the earliest American IPAs and showcase some important, but forgotten hops that many ‘aficionados’ find passé in 2013.”

  • Port City
    Tidings Ale
    7.8
    Alexandria , Virginia

    A strong Belgian-style blond ale brewed with local wildflower honey and wheat and spiced with coriander, cardamom, fresh ginger and grains of paradise.

  • Port City
    Maniacal Double IPA
    8.5
    Alexandria, Virginia

  • Stone
    Enjoy by 12/26
    9.4
    Escondido, California

    You have in your hands a devastatingly fresh double IPA. While freshness is a key component of many beers – especially big, citrusy, floral IPAs – we’ve taken it further, a lot further, in this IPA. You see, we specifically brewed it NOT to last. We’ve not only gone to extensive lengths to ensure that you’re getting this beer in your hands within an extraordinarily short window, we made sure that the Enjoy By date isn’t randomly etched in tiny text somewhere on the label

  • Gigantic
    Ginormous Imperial IPA
    8.8
    Portland, Oregon

    Developed in a secret testing facility deep in SE Portland & powered by seven mighty hops. Its mission is simple; to deliver a massive hop punch to those in need.

  • Paper City
    Kancamagus
    9.5
    Holyoke, Massachusetts

    Bodacious amount of aromatic vanilla grips the nose as malty, caramel, and light sweetness patters across the tongue.

  • Logsdon
    Cerasus
    8.5
    Hood River, Ohio

    An organic kriek or tart cherry beer, a barrel-aged West Flanders style Red Ale with two pounds of fruit added per gallon of beer. Both sweet and tart Oregon cherries are added to our oak aged Far West Flaming and a combination of several yeast strains.

  • Other Half
    Hop'deeded Imperial IPA
    8.8
    Brooklyn, New York

    A straight up hop bomb! A full-bodied double IPA with a grassy, citrus profile and a nice lingering resinous finish. For the hop-heads!

  • Ace
    Blackjack 21
    9.0
    Sebastapol, California

    Celebrating their 21st Anniversary this cider made from Gravenstein apples is aged in Chardonnay barrels for an incredible champagne-like taste.

  • Brooklyn
    Pier A Long Hall Lager
    5.7
    Brooklyn, New York

    A lager brewed specifically for Pier A downtown, shared here at Pony Bar. It’s a quaffable delicious beer. Enjoy!!!!!

  • Two Brothers
    Night Cat
    5.8
    Warrenville, Illinois

    Dark in color, bold in hop but not heavy in body; full of tropical fruit notes from Citra hops combining with a nice dark wheat malt flavor.

  • Troegs
    Blizzard of Hops W/ Zues Hops
    6.4
    Hershey, Pennsylvania

    Blizzard of Hops confirms a successful harvest and the end of The Hop Cycle. As winter slowly creeps in, we salute hop growers who process and ship hops around the world. Enjoy the fruits of their labor and savor sticky notes of citrus and pine with this revitalizing Winter IPA. #4 of 4 in our Hop Cycle seasonal series.