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  • Troegs
    Mad Elf
    11.0
    Hershey, Pennsylvania

    This ruby red holiday offering combines sweet and sour cherries, Pennsylvania honey, and chocolate malts for a palate-warming experience.

  • Dogfish Head
    World Wide Stout
    18.0
    Milton, Delaware

    Dark, rich, roasty and complex, this beer has more in common with a fine port than a can of cheap, mass-marketed beer.

  • 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.

  • Victory
    HopDevil - Nitro
    6.7
    Downingtown, Pennsylvania

    Everything you love about this menacingly delicious American IPA with the smooth, creaminess of a nitro pour.

  • Victory
    Hop Ranch
    9.0
    Downingtown, Pennsylvania

    This powerful brew features full, juicy hop character, while expressing notes of mango, pineapple and the pleasantly sharp, biting edges of tart citrus fruit.

  • Sixpoint
    Hi-Res
    10.5
    Brooklyn, New York

    An even further examination of the sticky quintessence of hops...a liquid hymn to beer\'s bittering bite.

  • 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.

  • Alpine
    Pure Hoppiness
    8.0
    Alpine, California

    So mega-hopped it will take you to hop heaven. We’ve used hops in the boil, more hops in the giant hopback, and added to that, an incredible amount of dry-hopping for that cutting-edge hop bite. Once you’ve tasted this unique beer, all others pale in comparison.

  • Saranac
    S'mores Porter
    6.2
    Utica, New York

  • Uinta
    Pilsner
    5.0
    Salt Lake City, Utah

    This year-round porch beer has a crisp bitterness that balances gentle hop aromatics of citrus rind and fresh cut flowers.

  • Stone / Marble / Odell
    Megawheat DIPA
    8.0
    Escondido, California

    Stone 2017 IPA Collaboration with Odell and Marble.

  • Saranac
    Clementine Pale Ale
    5.5
    Utica, New York

    This Pale Ale is brewed with clementine, citrus peel, and tangerine. The hop selection complements these flavors with grapefruit-y and herbal characters.

  • Port Jeff
    Dis-Go Session IPA
    4.1
    Port Jefferson, New York

  • Stone
    Ruination w/ vanilla bean and orange peel
    8.2
    Escondido, California

  • LIC Beer Project
    Modern Aberration Brett DIPA
    8.5
    Long Island City, New York

    Imperial IPA brew fermented with our own unique house blend of Brettanomyces during primary fermentation and dry hopped with citra and El Dorado. Has a nose of fruit juice. Tropical pineapple, orange rind and mango dominates with a subtle resinous hop character that leads to a sweet malt backcone..

  • Stone
    Vertical Epic 02/02/02
    7.5
    Escondido, California

    What about Stone Vertical Epic Ale 01.01.01? Well, there are two reasons for its non-existence: (1) We didn’t want to participate in the whole overhyped media nonsense of “Millennium this” and “Millennium that,” and (2) we didn’t think of the Stone Vertical Epic Ale idea until the fall of 2001 (which was already too late for a 01.01.01 version.) Sure, we could wait until the year 3001 to start this series, but we were afraid that with all that time between now and the next millennium, we might forget. Besides, that millennium will probably be overhyped as much as the last one.

  • Peak Organic
    High Note Witbier
    4.7
    Portland, Maine

    This is High Note and it is a white ale brewed with lemongrass and spices.

  • Harpoon
    Fresh Tracks Pale Ale
    6.2
    Boston, Massachusetts

    This single hop Pale Ale showcases the piney, citrusy character of Centennial hops. Bright and golden, light and drinkable, the subtle malt flavor lets the hops shine.

  • 1911
    Original Hard Cider
    5.5
    LaFayette , New York

    A unique fermentation process creates a clean cider that has a subtle hint of fresh apples with citrus overtones.

  • Harpoon
    Barleywine
    12
    Boston, Massachusetts

  • Heavy Seas
    Powder Monkey Pale Ale
    4.8
    Baltimore, Maryland

    Well balanced with a distinct bitterness and a slight malt sweetness; an English-style pale ale dry-hopped with East Kent Golding hops.