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Witch's Hat 1-800-Wet-Hops (South Lyon, Michigan) $12.99/6pk cans

The hop harvest comes but once each year, and that means most of the time, brewers produce our favorite beers using preserved hop pellets. During harvest season, though, brewers take glorious advantage of the opportunity to use fresh hops straight off the bine (that's not a typo- hops grow on bines, different from vines!). For this hazy IPA, Witch's Hat used only fresh Cashmere hops to showcase flavors of tropical fruit, citrus, melon, and a subtle herbaceous character.  


New Holland The Poet Oatmeal Stout (Holland, Michigan) $10.99/6pk cans

Oatmeal Stout is an historic beer style that has seen a revival in popularity in the last few decades. To produce this style, oats are added to the grain bill in order to add a layer of richness, sweetness, and complexity to dark and roasty stout. New Holland's The Poet is one of the leading American examples of this style, garnering acclaim from professional critics and everyday beer fans alike.


Dogfish Head SuperEIGHT (Milton, Delaware) $12.99

This beer is as delicious as it is unconventional-  what else would we expect from the magnificent minds at Dogfish Head?! SuperEIGHT, as the name might suggest, was actually first created in collaboration with Kodak after DFH founder Sam Calagione learned that any liquid with enough acidity could likely be used to develop film. The brewers packed this beer with lots of fruit juice in order to boost the ascorbic and citric acid content, and then added Hawaiian sea salt to temper the tartness- and guess what? The experiment worked! Luckily, developing film is not all this beer is good for- it's also incredibly flavorful with seven different fruits all bringing something to the party. 


Monk's Café (Ertvelde, East Flanders, Belgium) $14.99

A special beer made especially for a special place! Monk's Café is a Belgian restaurant and bar in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Its beer selection makes it one of the country's top destinations for enthusiasts.  The folks at Monk's Café decided to reach out to Brouwerij Van Steenberge in East Flanders to produce their very own house beer. Brewed in the traditional style of the Oud Bruin (that's Old Brown if your Flemish is rusty), Monk's Café is mildly sour with notes of balsamic vinegar and tart cherry. If a trip to Philly isn't in the cards this year, this beer is surely the next best thing!


Southern Tier Nitro Crème Brulee (Lakewood, New York) $14.99

Southern Tier adds another name to their list of luscious dessert beers with Nitro Crème Brulee. A nitrogen widget at the bottom of the can lends this imperial stout a rich and creamy texture while lactose and vanilla beans deliver that toasted custard flavor you know and love. Nitro Crème Brulee is the perfect nightcap for a cool evening.


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