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Stone Lucky Basartd Ale
Style: American Strong Ale
Brewer:
Stone Brewing
Alcohol Content:
8.5%
Description:

The mree fcat taht yuo’re hdoinlg tihs bttloe in yuor hnad ianidctes taht yuo’re pyiang antteiton, wihch ideitammley stes you arpat form the msseas. It aslo mkaes you one Lukcy Basartd. Hewover, lcuk faovrs the blod... and the arorgnat. The trmiraivute of Arorgnat Basartd Ale, OEKAD Arorgnat Basartd Ale and Dbolue Basartd Ale are all in paly in this cvueé de Basartd you now hlod, and wihle it is idneed a Lukcy Basartd, lcuk had ntohing to do wtih it.


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Starr Hill Whiter Shade of Pale Ale
Style: Belgian White IPA
Brewer:
Starr Hill Brewery
Alcohol Content:
7.5%
Description:

Starr Hill’s Whiter Shade of Pale marries two bold beer styles: the Belgian Wit and the IPA. Two row and wheat malt provide a soft base beer for intense fruity and spicy esters of the unique Belgian yeast strain while enhancing the strong hop aroma. Whiter Shade is a refreshing IPA to enjoy during the summer. With 45 IBUs.


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Port City TWO Smoked Porter
Style: Smoked Porter
Brewer:
Port City Brewing
Alcohol Content:
9.0%
Description:

This Porter is a stronger, smoked version of our flagship Porter. It is dark brown, almost black in color, and has a smoky, roasted aroma and smooth, rich, complex smoke and chocolate flavors.


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Rogue Dry Hopped St. Rogue Red
Style: American Red Ale
Brewer:
Rogue Ales
Alcohol Content:
5.1%
Description:

Reddish copper in color, a roasty malty flavor, with a hoppy-spruce finish.


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Fat Heads Head Hunter India Pale Ale
Style: American IPA
Brewer:
Fat Heads Brewery
Alcohol Content:
7.5%
Description:

No other ingredient stirs the passion of a Master Brewer like the hop. Inspired by this legendary flower we challenged ourselves to create a world class IPA. Head Hunter is an aggressively dry-hopped, West Coast-Style IPA with a huge hop display of pine, grapefruit, citrus and pineapple. A punch-you-in-the-mouth brew for those who truly love their hops! With 87 IBUs.


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Stone Pataskala Red X IPA
Style: American Red IPA
Brewer:
Stone Brewing
Alcohol Content:
7.3%
Description:

The crimson hue is courtesy of a special German malt variety by BESTMALZ® called Red X. Appearances, however, only tell so much. Heavily dry-hopped with Mosaic, Cascade and Amarillo hops, the beer is incredibly citrus-forward, rounded out with notes of biscuit and toffee from the malt bill. The result is evocative of red IPAs yet different. With 75 IBUs.


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Alaskan Barley Wine Ale
Style: Barleywine
Brewer:
Alaskan Brewing
Alcohol Content:
10.7%
Description:

Alaskan Barley Wine is a full bodied ale, deep mahogany in color and brewed with an array of complementing malts to achieve its high original gravity. Multiple hop additions in the boil and dry hopping during fermentation provide contrast to the big malt character resulting in the smooth balance that distinguishes this specialty brew. Like many fine wines, Alaskan Barley Wine may be aged in the bottle and gains deeper malt complexity and smoothness over time. With 50 IBUs.


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Smuttynose Finest Kind IPA
Style: American IPA
Brewer:
Smuttynose Brewing
Alcohol Content:
6.9%
Description:

Portsmouth is a colonial era seaport town, so it goes to follow that sooner or later we'd brew an India Pale Ale as a tribute to those big, hoppy 19th century ales that made the long sea voyage from England's temperate shores, 'round the Cape of Good Hope, to the sultry climes of the faraway East Indies.

You could say, then, that Smuttynose IPA is a physical salute to the glory of the American hop grower. The citrusy hop flavor coming from a mixture of Simcoe and Santiams is pleasantly balanced by a smooth bitterness from the Amarillo hops. The beer itself is light bodied and crisp with a golden color that will throw a slight haze, as we bottle it unfiltered. At 75 IBU's, this is definitely not a training-wheels IPA, but is meant for hop lovers looking to satisfy their craving in a way that's not easy to find.


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Southern Tier Krampus, Imperial Helles Lager
Style: Imperial Helles Lager
Brewer:
Southern Tier Brewery
Alcohol Content:
9.3%
Description:

St. Nicholas, aka Santa Claus, is a magical figure, the bringer of gifts and an icon of holiday spirit. Forgotten by most is his evil side kick and enforcer of ‘the list’. European tradition says while St. Nick is busy delivering presents to good little boys and girls, Krampus hands out punishments to the bad. A fanged, goat-horned bully, the Christmas Devil uses sticks and chains to beat the naughty children. Dark malts and aromatic hops create the diabolical spirit of this brew. It is finished with lager yeast and aged cold for no less than 30 days. This Imperial Helles Lager will warm even the darkest hearts.


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Blue Mountain Dark Hollow
Style: Imperial Stout
Brewer:
Blue Mountain Brewery
Alcohol Content:
10.0%
Description:

Dark Hollow blends the miracle of two crafts–brewing and distillation–to create a work greater than the sum of its parts. An Imperial Stout has been aged in charred American oak bourbon barrels still dripping with uncut whiskey. For 100 days the young beer patiently breathes in and out of the wood, gaining complexity, character, and serious attitude. Can be enjoyed immediately, or five years later, when you dust off the last vintage bottle from your cellar to share with good company.


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