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Mexican Standoff

American Porter  •  Due South Brewing Co.

Mexican Standoff is an American Porter by Due South Brewing Co. that blends spicy hot chili peppers and cinnamon with chocolate, vanilla, and coffee. Read More

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Rock ’N’ Roll

American Pale Ale  •  Birrificio Le Baladin

Rock ’N’ Roll, an American-style Pale Ale by Birrificio Le Baladin blends yeast and doughy bread with floral hops, citrus, coriander, and pepper. Read More

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Santastique

Witbier  •  To Øl

Santastique is a Belgian-style Witbier brewed by To Øl that blends spices, noble hops, orange and lemon citrus with creamy wheat. Read More

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Accumulation White IPA

American IPA  •  New Belgium Brewing Company

Accumulation White IPA, an American IPA by New Belgium Brewing Company blends bright citrus, spicy peppercorn, and creamy wheat. Read More

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Ginger Snap

American Brown Ale  •  Due South Brewing Co.

Ginger Snap is an American Brown Ale by Due South Brewing Co. that blends a heavy dose of ginger and cinnamon with baked cookie. Read More

Pumpkin Ale

The Pumpkin Ale pours amber to copper and a spiced beer that often has a moderately rich body and slightly warming finish for the cool fall season. Read More

Quadrupel

The Belgian Quadrupel or simply Quad is a name given to the strongest of the Trappist and Abbey ales. La Trappe pioneered the Quad while a nearly identical brew, the Abt, was crafted by Westvleteren and that beer would become St. Bernardus. Its color ranges from a garnet to brown and its aroma and palate are rich with sweet malt, fruity esters, and moderately spicy phenols. Its bitterness is typically mild at best and instead, the focus is on its malt character and strong alcohol. Comparatively, the Quadrupel is stronger and more intensely flavored than the Dubbel and Tripel. Read More

American Winter Warmer

The American Winter Warmer beer style is a malty, sweet brew that features seasonal spices, and a big malt presence, both in flavor and body. Read More