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Weyerbacher Riserva (25.4 oz.) $28.00
Easton, PA 11.4%...Over a year in the making, this American Wild Ale is fermented with Brettanomyces yeast and aged with red-raspberry puree in Oak barrels for over 1 year, then bottle conditioned in champagne bottles. 

Allagash FV13 (Wild Sour)
Portland, ME 8.9%...ONLY 50 CASES SENT TO NJ!! Brewed with wild yeast and bacteria. Fermented and aged 4 years ins a single oak foudre. FV 13 marks our first venture into the world of foudres beers. Foudres are giant oak tanks used for aging (this one holds 2700 gallons.) FV 13 is a blend of wild yeast and bacteria, a base beer with lots of malt character, and about four years of patience. The finished beer is copper in color, with an aroma of cherries and caramel. The flavor is a blend of sweet and tart, with notes of fruit and caramelized sugar. The full mouth feel gives way to a tart, mouth drying finish. 

Kuka Belgian Golden Ale (22 oz) - brewed w/ Maca root & Blue Agave
Blauvelt, NY 9.2%...Beginning with the end - the most notable characteristic of this style of beer is its clean, crisp finish - almost champagne - like in its essence. The prelude to that finish is a crisp maltiness, and a welcoming floral and fruity aroma and sweetness from the blue agave. Moderate hop bitterness lends to a slightly dry finish. Overall creating a refined balanced beer for your drinking pleasure. 

Elysian Savant IPA (22 oz.)
Seattle, WA 6.3%... Sweet and sticky nose of grapefruit rind and oranges, with passion fruit and a touch of pine resin and caramel, with a slight biscuitiness. Flavor is citric and bitter with a bunch of orange rind, some slight grapefruitiness, floral bitterness, some sweet mango / tropical undertones, and a sweet caramalty body that still lets the hop bitterness shine through very well. 

Lost Abbey Avant Garde Ale (25.4 oz.)
California 8% - malty sweetness, slightly fruity, no hop; Appearance: golden color with mousy white head and lots of laces, clear, high carbonation; Flavor of malt, slightly fruity, med bitterness, dry finish, and slight spice med body, silky. 

Schlafly Grand Cru (25.4oz)
Maplewood, Mo 9%....2004 Hops in the City festival beer. Fruity, spicy, aromas and flavors contribute to the complexity of this Belgian ale. Medium body and effervescence contribute to a light, dry impression, despite its substantial strength and sweet, smooth finish. 

B Nektar Zombie Killer Cherry Cyser
Michigan 6%...Zombie Killer Cherry Cyser is made with Michigan tart cherry juice, apple cider and star thisles honey. It is sweet but balances nicely with the tart cherries. Be is extremely addicting and refreshing. Serve cold...Zombies hate the cold! 

The Bruery Tradewinds (Abbey Tripel) ( 25.4)
California 8%...Our Summer seasonal, Trade Winds Tripel is a Belgian-style Golden Ale with a Southeast Asian twist. Instead of using candi sugar (typical for such a beer), we use rice in the mash to lighten the body and increase the gravity, and spice with Thai Basil. The result is an aromatic, digestible and complex beer made for a lazy summer evening. 

Dofish Head Noble Rot (25.04 oz.)
Milton, DE 9%...This saison-esque science project gets complexity and fermentable sugars from two unique wine grapes sourced with our friends at Alexandria Nicole Cellars in Prosser, Wash. The first addition is unfermented juice, known as must, from viognier grapes that have been infected with a benevolent fungus called botrytis. This noble rot reduces the water content in the grapes while magnifying their sweetness and complexity. The second is pinot gris must intesified by a process called dropping fruit, where large clusters of grapes are clipped to amplify the quality of those left behind. Noble Rot is brewed with pils and wheat malts and fermented with a distinct Belgian yeast strain. It has a spicy white wine body and a dry

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