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  • Lagunitas Pils Czech Style Pilsner

    The Pils Czech Style Pilsner from Lagunitas Brewing Company in Petaluma, California pours out a brassy gold in color with wonderful clarity and is topped with just over a finger of snow white, finely bubbled head that gradually reduces down leaving a small collar. On the nose, aromas of cracker, bre...
  • Rogue Ales John John Ale

    The John John Ale (Dead Guy Ale Aged in Dead Guy Whiskey Barrels) from Rogue Ales in Newport, Oregon pours out an orangey copper in color with some cloud and sediment and is topped with a two finger, off-white, foamy head that reduces down to a thick film with a nice collar. On the nose, caramel, wo...
  • Brouwerij Lindemans Cassis Lambic

    The Cassis Lambic from Brouwerij Lindemans in Vlezenbeek, Belgium pours out a dark cherry red in color and is topped with a large, purplish-pink colored head that slowly reduces down to a film with nice collar. On the nose, aromas of grape juice, black currant, light funk and a little earthiness. In...
  • Green Flash Imperial IPA

    The Imperial IPA from Green Flash Brewing Company in San Diego, California pours out a brassy-orange in color with some cloud and is topped with a large, off-white, foamy head that has some serious staying power. On the nose, lovely bitter hop aromas; dank, vegetal, tangerine rind, lemon, flower and...
  • Dry Dock Apricot Blonde Ale

    The Apricot Blonde Ale from Dry Dock Brewing Company in Aurora, Colorado pours out an orangey brown in color, sort of like a dried apricot, with some cloud and is topped with a two finger, white head that slowly reduces down to a film with a quarter inch collar. The nose of this beer is spectacular....
  • Boulder Beer Hoopla Pale Ale

    The Hoopla Pale Ale from Boulder Beer Company in Boulder, Colorado is a collaboration brew with Kyle Hollingsworth, avid home brewer and keyboardist for String Cheese Incident. The beer is brewed as a festival beer and is light enough for a hot day but hoppy enough to up the flavor.   Hoopla ...
  • Firestone Walker Double DBA Imperial Special Bitter

    The Double DBA Barrel-Aged Imperial Special Bitter from Firestone Walker Brewing Company in Paso Robles, California was first brewed as a component to the blend that made up Firestone Walker's 10th Anniversary Ale in 2006. This is the first time it has been released in bottles as its own craft beer....
  • BrewDog Dogma Ale

    The Dogma Ale from BrewDog in Fraserburgh, Scotland is brewed with honey, kola nut, poppy seed and guarana. The brew pours out a rich amber in color with good clarity and is topped with a finger to finger-and-a-half of off-white, densely bubbled head that slowly reduces all the way down leaving only...
  • Lagunitas Lucky 13.alt Ale

    The Lucky 13.alt Ale from Lagunitas Brewing Company in Petaluma, California pours out a clear, bright copper in color and is topped with a two finger, off-white, dense head that very slowly reduces down to a thick film. On the nose, big hops but there is a good deal of sweetness backing them up. Aro...
  • Rogue Ales Chatoe Rogue First Growth OREgasmic Ale

    The Chatoe Rogue First Growth OREgasmic Ale from Rogue Ales in Newport, Oregon pours out deep amber in color with a good bit of cloud and is topped with a two finger, cream colored, tightly knit head that hangs around for a while before very slowly receding down to a film. On the nose, aromas of ear...