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  • Long Trail
    Double Bag Ale
    Bridgewater Corners, Vermont

    A dark amber, malty strong ale also known as a Stickebier- German slang for secret brew.

  • Sierra Nevada
    Celebration Ale
    Chico, California

    Famous for its intense citrus and pine aromas this bold, fresh-hop seasonal features Cascade, Centennial and Chinook hops.

  • Sierra Nevada
    Chico, California

    This hazy gold pour is one of the only American Hefeweizens made using the traditional Bavarian style of open fermentation yielding uncommon depth and flavor complexity.

  • Rushing Duck
    War Elephant Imperial IPA
    Chester, New York

    It has a “smack-you-in-the-face” hop aroma consisting of pine needles, grapefruit, tangerine, and other citrus fruits.

  • Downeast
    Original Blend
    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.

  • Otter Creek
    Couch Surfer Oatmeal Stout
    Middlebury, Vermont

    Brimming with darkly roasted malts and rich notes of chocolate and coffee, this velvety-smooth oatmeal stout lingers and lounges into your heart. Gone before you know it...seriously.

  • Threes
    Table Beer
    Brooklyn, New York

    Cracked Wheat, Mild Citrus, Refreshing

  • Hill Farmstead
    Greensboro Bend, Vermont

    American Pale Ale brewed with Simcoe, Citra, and Mosaic hops

  • Green Flash
    Sea To Sea
    San Diego, California

    Fruity hops, sweet malt, crisp and clean, unfiltered.

  • LIC Beer Project
    Long Island City, New York

    A sessionable straw colored ale inspired by the low-alcohol French Grisette ales brewed for miners. Brewed with Pilsner and Spelt, the result is a citrusy light bodied tart farmhouse ale that finishes crisp and dry. A great beer for warmer weather.

  • Moustache
    Everyman's Porter
    Long Island, New York

    The dark beer for people who don’t like dark beer. Lighter bodied with strong notes of coffee and dark chocolate in the aroma that carry to the flavor. Easily drinkable.

  • Cigar City
    Cubano Espresso
    Tampa, Florida

    Our Maduro Brown Ale aged on whole beans from Naviera Coffee Mills #3 Espresso blend with chicory.

  • Industrial Arts
    Long Monday IMP Coffee Porter
    Garnerville, New York

  • Hudson Valley
    Incandenza Hoppy Sour
    Beacon, New York

    Brewed with two row barley and raw white wheat, hopped with citra and simcoe in the whirlpool, and fermented with mixed culture.

  • Victory
    Storm King Imperial Stout Nitro
    Downingtown , Pennsylvania

    Dense and full-bodied, with deep, dark chocolate flavors of roasted malts under a massive hop aroma, this Imperial Stout will assault your senses.

  • Uinta
    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.

  • Other Half
    Crush It! Motueka
    Brooklyn, New York

    A pale ale brewed with Styrian Goldings, Cascade and a ton of NZ Motueka.

  • Sloop
    Mosaic Bomb IPA
    Elizaville, New York

    A real beer for real hop lovers — those who judge by flavor, not just IBUs.

  • Gun Hill
    Live from Jacobi IPA
    Bronx, New York

    A tribute from an East Coast brewery to a West Coast style IPA. Brewed for the hop heads out there.

  • Community Beer Works
    Amazing Larry Cream Ale
    Buffalo, New York

    Traditional style cream ale, made with flaked corn. This beer has a light crisp malt body, perfect beer for a hot summer day or as a refreshing drink after hitting the slopes.

  • Flying Dog
    Doggie Style Pale Ale
    Frederick, Maryland

    Citra hops, Kaffir lime leaves, and ginger add an exotic note to this hop-forward, low-bodied pale ale.

  • Heavy Seas
    Powder Monkey Pale Ale
    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.