Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Peekskill Growler Filler


Tuesday, June 25, 2013

The Blue Lobster Brewing Co

We had a quick visit to The Blue Lobster Brewing Co.  They were rockin it old school with vinyl and pulling the beer with lobster claws.  Got a growler of Stockholm Syndrome to bring home.  Over at The Beer Babe there is an interview/podcast with the brewmaster.



Monday, June 3, 2013

Paradox Brewery

Schroon Laker has a nice piece about The Paradox Brewery.  Exit 27 off the Northway

 Paul Mrocka


David Bruce


Friday, May 10, 2013

Man of the people?


Waiter! Another round of this -- how do you pronounce it? Lay-ger? I am but a simple Midwestern farmboy.

     

White House Forces Paul Ryan to Drink Non-Terrible Beer

Michael Scherer reports that White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough met Paul Ryan for a Secret Beer at a Belgian brewery. Ryan's quote in the story is what stands out here, though. Ryan hastens to explain that he is but a simple Midwestern yokel lured to a fancy European-style establishment unwittingly and against his will:
The Belgian restaurant lists 115 beers on its menu, but not Miller Lite, Ryan’s beer of choice. “I ended up getting some lager I’d never heard of,” said Ryan, who mistook the place for a French joint.
Such a man of the people!
It's worth noting that Ryan's tastes in alcoholic beverages do not always run along such downscale lines. In 2011, a liberal confronted him drinking a $350 bottle of wine at Bistro Bis, a swanky French restaurant catering to the political elite. ("Its regular guests include Senators, Congressmen, celebrities and powerbrokers looking to dine in the ambiance and luxury of one of Washington's most popular restaurants," boasts its website.)
Bistro Bis probably does not serve Miller Lite, which likely forced Ryan to instead order $350 wine as a fallback, as most Miller Lite fans do when their beer of choice is unavailable. And you can see why he mistook a Belgian brewery for a French restaurant. The one time he was publicly confronted at Bistro Bis is probably the only time he has ever patronized a European restaurant of any kind, and he probably naturally assumed that all European restaurants are French.

Friday, April 26, 2013

Vanity Fair Interview w/ Shaun Hill


An Interview with Shaun Hill, Brewmaster at Hill Farmstead, the “Best Brewery in the World”

Shaun Hill
COURTESY OF BOB M. MONTGOMERY IMAGES/HILL FARMSTEAD BREWERY. 
Shaun Hill. Click here to see photos of the brewery.
In January of this year, Hill Farmstead was dubbed Best Brewery in the World by RateBeer.com—the world’s most comprehensive beer-review-and-rating Web site—just two years after being awarded the title New Brewer of the Year. In February, I sat down with its head brewer/founder/etc., Shaun E. Hill, in the 33-year-old’s home, located impossibly close to the brewery itself. When the doors opened at noon, the line for the retail shop was already so long for beers like Edward (its flagship American pale ale named after Hill’s grandfather) and Fear and Trembling (its smoked Baltic porter named after Søren Kierkegaard’s work) that it took the friends I arrived with the hour-and-a-half length of the interview to get growlers filled. Even Shaun himself was scratching his head at the crowd . . .
Shaun Hill: Oh man, I can’t even go out there. It’s just too much. I wish it wasn’t like that. My driveway is completely full. Someday hopefully I can build a house down in the woods. . . . And it’s only one o’clock—it’s just going to keep getting worse. Is the line out the door?
VF Daily: Yeah.
Fuck. . . . I don’t know what to do about it all. There really is no other brewery that is in thatposition. We seem to be the only ones who ceaselessly have people buying like 20 growlers and 12 cases of beer. Sorry, I have a very somber tone here, right? Anyone else sitting in this position would probably be like, “Man, everything is so great and we’re doing this and this,” and I’m just like, “Man, success is fucking stressful . . . ”
Well, the first thing I wanted to say is congratulations on all the recent accolades. You’ve hit this sort of consumer-driven zenith, and I’m wondering what that means in terms of the future?
Creating a little more space for me to have enough distance so that I can actually decide when I feel like being social. Because currently the retail shop is also where I work. If you’re in the middle of brewing and you’re not having a great day, that’s when all these people are really excited to talk to you and meet the brewer.
I wear everything on my sleeve. I can’t paint on a face and pretend. And I’ve gotten a lot of shit about that.
We’re adding more buildings [to the campus], but that’s also pretty stressful because Vermont in general is not really an industrial place. It’s not that easy to find people who know what you need done. But that’s what we’re doing, moving in a direction that will allow us to increase production if we wanted to. And I don’t actually want to. I don’t want to be a larger brewer. I just sort of want to build a playground.
At the moment, we have no debt; everything is paid for. Up until October, I only had two employees, and the October before that, I only had one, and the February before that, it was just me doing the work of five people. So I’m slowly adding people to take over different facets of the brewery, which will help separate my life from my work . . . if I ever have a personal life again.
I just feel like I’m managing chaos all the time. The crowds, however, hold great implications for Vermont tourism.
Why did you open Hill Farmstead?
When I was younger, I knew that I wanted to be a brewer. I started a home-brew club in college and fantasized about coming back here and putting a brewery in this woodshed and painting houses and just trying to create time for myself to read and write. I’ve kept all these kind of journaling notebooks since I was 18, and it’s really fascinating to go back and look at them, like, “Whoa—some of those things actually worked out.” I didn’t build an outdoor bread oven, and I’m not raising chickens or whatever.
I’ve been really lucky through my life to have a sense of place. From day one I’ve been saying that we are part of a neo-American ideal, which is the opposite of infinite, boundless growth. Why that manifest destiny? I’ve had offers to design an I.P.A. for $5 a case, or for a check for 20 grand right on the spot. And I’m like, “This is absurd!” I mean, I’ll look at a recipe and help someone out, but I’ve worked way too hard for too long and have too much integrity and self-pride to help someone brand a beer so they can make money by having someone else do all the work for them.
If everything is inherently meaningless and you choose what to give value to, why not choose to give value to that thing you’ve dedicated so much of your time and effort into producing? In today’s marketplace, there’s a segment of the population who in the absence of God—if God is dead, so to speak—have moved into this phase of what’s been called “person-centered civil religion,” where people start to find meaning and value in different things in their lives. Maybe it’s football and the New England Patriots are “God,” or maybe it’s boutique beers. It’s an age where people are spending their dollars in such a way that it also has the potential to bring meaning back into their lives.
Beer is quite a uniter. How do you reconcile with, say, fans of your beer who might be at complete philosophical odds with you?
We host events, which is often the time I’ll get a chance to talk to people the most, and I think the only time that there are glaring differences is when someone is a little hostile about not being able to get our beer as often as they want to. “Why don’t you just move into an industrial park? Why don’t you grow? You guys could sell so much beer.” They come from the point of view that business has a responsibility to meet their desires as opposed to business having a responsibility to create a positive-feedback loop that meets its own desires.
What is your design process? How do you go about dedicating beers to specific ancestors and philosophers?
Not that I’m a huge Grateful Dead fan, but I’ve read about Robert Hunter and Jerry Garcia, and with them sometimes the lyrics come before the music; sometimes the music comes before the lyrics. And that’s sort of how it is in terms of creating and brewing beers. As far as recipe development and flavor development, it’s all about an obsession with taste. Like: “Wow, mimosas are amazing”—and I love citrus—so we try to make a beer that would heighten those characteristics. And maybe in some of the bourbon-barrel beers, it’s an infatuation with marzipan and almond and coconut. And it’s also really important to taste other people’s beers. Although I don’t know how to say this without sounding far too egotistical or something, but . . . I remember when I was studying philosophy in school, I’d go to a professor and be like, “I really want to talk about Nietzsche’s madness and signing his name as ‘The Crucified’ in these letters,” and the professor would be like, “You’re focusing on the wrong things. In order to expand the canon, you have to understand the canon and work within it.”
A lot of brewers now go straight from home brewing into making a chili-chocolate-chipotle porter or whatever, and it’s like . . . well, just fucking make a good porter first, and understand what a porter is instead of trying to re-invent it.
As far as naming goes, when a particular beer really is striking and you know you would like to continue to make it for the rest of your life, then it’s an ancestor. With the philosophical works, sometimes those names have come at the same time as the beer. We’re about to launch Madness and Civilization, a Foucault series, because we have so many large, dark, strong beers in barrels that in some way end up getting fragmentized, either out of blending or by filling barrels, and there’ll be an extra 10 gallons left in the tank, so it goes into this other barrel that gets topped off with three different beers . . . what the heck do you do with those? Do you come up with a different name every time? January, February, March? Or name them after the planets? So it’s part of an “ultra-rational logistical structure.” It’s all already pretty chaotic, so to be able to make sense of it and feel that there is some semblance of control—at least in the design and the naming—the beer profile makes sense.
So, what beers taste like “tomorrow”?
That’s the problem. I drank all the other great world-class beers, and I think our beer is on par with those now. It’s more difficult for me to take inspiration from colleagues or other people in the industry than it was. Now it’s more about new yeasts, new bacteria, new ingredients, different types of wood, etc. But we’re not trying to slap people across the face with flavor and intensity. Just make succinct, enjoyable beer. People will walk into our shop and be like, “I don’t like hoppy beer,” and we’ll say, “Well, what don’t you like about hoppy beer?” And they will invariably respond, “It’s aggressive and too bitter,” and we’ll say, “Have you had our hoppy beer?” So we’ll give them some, and they’ll be like, “Oh my God, I didn’t know that hops and beer could taste like this! It’s so flavorful and feels so good in my mouth.” I suppose that’s why the driveway is full.
In what context is drinking beer most enjoyable for you? I’m assuming it’s changed over the past couple of years.
The context for me enjoying beer? Man, I don’t know . . . I’ve sort of rationed back to the point of only drinking maybe a beer a day. Like, if you know that you can only eat one meal a day, for example, you’d want it to be a good meal. You wouldn’t want to ruin yourself on Snickers bars or something. Well, maybe you would . . . But now when I sit and have a beer while I’m doing work in the evening or something, I’m always thinking, “What’s that flavor there? Where did it come from? What’s the date on this keg? What’s the batch number?”
So is the mystery gone?
Part of it, I guess. It’s different than it was 10 years ago. I might only be drinking wine in five years, because I don’t know enough about it. I really like wine and wish I had better relationships with people in the industry so I could learn a bit more about it. But even if I had access to or had the resources and wealth to acquire amazing bottles of wine, I don’t understand it well enough to know what makes this bottle so superior to this—say, a $30 bottle of Barolo or whatever. I’m still enthralled and amazed by yeast, though, man. That’s where the mystery remains.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Yes Bill Newman is alive

http://drinkdrank1.blogspot.com/2013/04/a-hoppin-party-in-valley.html


MONDAY, APRIL 22, 2013

A Hoppin' Party in the Valley

Wow.

I mean wow.

I don't know what else to say about the Hudson Valley Hops event at the Albany Institute of History & Art. From the nearly three hundred people in attendance—a 290% increase from last year—to the great beer offered by the seven or eight breweries in attendance,and the history steeped venue, it was truly a fantastic event.

I was amazed at the diversity of people that attended, as well. Of course the beer geeks were there, the
Carrie B. and Kevin sampling Chatham Brewing's wares.
Photo courtesy of Chatham Brewing
home brewers and beer lovers, but a great cross-section of non-beery Albanians showed up, too—and of all ages, from the just-legal 21, to a good number well into their eighties. In fact, I overheard one beautiful white-haired woman say that she'd never been to something like the event before, but she likes beer and history, so she thought "why not?"

While the thongs of thirsty patrons arrived, I waited, nervously, to start my presentation on Albany Ale and the history of brewing in this fair city. I made small talk with the owner of Chatham Brewery, Tom Crowell, and his wife, and with my lovely Amy in tow, I sampled their spiced, and slightly smokey Chatham OC Blonde, and IPA and waited for H-Hour.

The presentation went smooth—granted, I was a bit nervous at first. The highlight of the talk came at the very end, when I mentioned that William Newman had operated a brewery in Albany during the early 1980s—arguably the first craft brewery on the east coast. Simply saying "I've never met Bill, and I'm not sure if he's even still alive..." was answered by someone in the room with, "He's standing in the back of the room!" Sure enough, Bill, a thin, silver haired gentleman, modestly raised his hand—a gesture not unlike a retired ballplayer might give on the return to the playing field of his glory years.

Bill Newman and some other fool.
After my presentation, Kathy Quinn—a descendant of the Quinn and Nolan Brewery Quinn's—spoke of her family's involvement with Albany Ale and their subsequent move to the west to open a silver mine. Kathy's family tree—a maze of like-named Quinns—would lead her back to Albany, it's beery past, and eventually the Albany Institute and its Curator of History, Doug McCombs—who also happen to be the evening's MC.

To be farm-brewer, hop grower, and my hop scrounging partner Dieter Ghering took the podium next and gave the ins-and-outs of his culitvar— the Helderberg hop—and also announced that the venerable apple orchard and pumpkin patch. Indian Ladder Farms will, in the near future, not only begin growing hops and barley but also brewing its own beer, as the Indian Ladder Farmstead Brewery. Dieter is a good friend and I'm really excited about this new venture.

With Mr. Ghering's lead-in, Russell Savoy, of The Homebrew Emporium, presented on the history New York's hop industry, followed by Sam Filler updating everyone on New York State's new proposals for craft brewing and farm brewing.

I will admit, as much as I would have loved to hear the full width and breadth of all the talks I did get swept way amid a crowd of handshakes and questions after my talk. Everyone was amazingly friendly, asking everything from where the breweries were located to where they could get a recipe. Between questions I did grab a few samples—Brown's Brewing Company Oatmeal Stout, and a cask offering from Crossroads, dry-hopped with the last bit of Dieter's Helderberg hops, from last year's harvest.

This was a big night for me—solidified first, by the offer of Neil Evans, proprietor ofC.H. Evans Brewing Co. and the Albany Pump Station—the city's only brew pub (actually the only brewing facility of any kind)—to recreate Albany Ale. That offer has been a dream of mine since this whole thing started, and now it looks like it's actually going to happen. More importantly, though the night was big for me because of the support given to me by my wife, Amy, and by my great friends— The Albany Institute and Doug McCombs (especially since it was his idea to invite me in the first place!) Carrie Bernardi, Kevin Flanagan, Dieter, David "Gravey" Kennedy, Paul Quirk, Carl Marrone, and last but not least, Jerry Aumand, and John Mead the owner and manager of the Lionheart Pub, respectively. While I appreciate everyone who attended the event and my talk, it's those people I am especially grateful for.

I do have one regret. I do very much wish Alan could have been here to see it. Alan has been my partner in the Albany Ale Project, a good friend, and, honestly, the reason I began writing in the first place. To him I owe a debt of gratitude. He's had a tough go of it recently and I hope he realizes that the results and successes of Saturday night are as much his as they are mine.

Above everything else, however, what I think is most important about the Hops in the Hudson Valley event, is that it is good for beer in Albany. I say the more beer and beer-related happenings in Albany the better, and this event is proof of that statement. The event bridges past and present by showing what Albany's beery past was like and what a great beer town it has become. It brings new opportunities to capitalize on old ideas. It's cultural and educational, but at the same time fun.

In the end, that's what's important, having fun. Without that, beer is just a beverage.

Friday, April 12, 2013

18th Century Beer Brewing Workshop at Schuyler Mansion

Join us! 18th Century Beer Brewing Workshop at Schuyler Mansion

      Did you know that beer was central to 18th century life? It was
      considered a nourishing staple of one’s diet and consumed at almost
      every meal. Consequently, brewing beer was an important skill and
      brewers were known to travel circuits to keep colonial communities
      supplied. In this workshop, the art of these itinerant craftsmen will
      be examined, as well as what ingredients, tools, and processes were
      necessary in transforming grain and water into this important
      beverage.

      Workshop will be held Saturday, April 27, 2013, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00
      p.m. at Schuyler Mansion (Rain date: Sat., May, 4th). Free to the
      public. Reservations required - please call (518) 434 – 0834 by April
      23rd to reserve your place. Participants should bring lunch and dress
      for outdoors.

      Schuyler Mansion, located at 32 Catherine Street in Albany’s historic
      South End, was the eighteenth-century home of Revolutionary War
      Major-General Philip Schuyler (1733-1804) and his family. Beginning
      May 15, 2013, the site will open for guided tours, Wednesday –
      Sunday, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. For further information, please call
      (518) 434-0834, visit www.nysparks.comwww.schuylerfriends.org or
      find us on Facebook.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Evil Twin/Stillwater Tap Take Over




Thursday - April 04, 2013 @ 05:00PM / ends @ 01:00AM

Beer Tasting / Release @ The Lionheart Pub

Albany, New York
(518) 436-9530






Here is a tap list... with maybe a few surprises in store as well...

Evil Twin Imperial Biscotti Break- An Imperial Stout brewed with almonds, vanilla beans and coffee. The Roman Empire had a certain “je ne sais quoi” festive food culture, extravagant architecture and spectacular live entertainment. Some might argue the Emperors were brutal, mad and hungry for power, and the people vain when taking baths and working out all day. Listen – that’s still all part of the secret Imperial ingredient – keep it cool, clean, confident, arrogant and flamboyant. 11.5% ABV

Evil Twin Ashtray Heart- Amazingly rich, seductively dark and smoking good smoked imperial stout. Yes a real heartbreaker. We recommend only the truly skillful, heavyweight beer champions to battle this awfully addictive and overpowering smoked Stout. Careful this is the real deal with a minor Placebo effect.

Evil Twin Femme Fatale- To take up the challenge and make a 100% true Brett beer (this one is an IPA) can very easily become a fatal attraction for the Brewmaster. Ones you get acquainted with Bretts irresistible, seductive, alluring and very charming nature, it will ensnare you and drive you to the point of obsession to create the desirable tangy, funky, tart flavor in ya mouth. 

Evil Twin Yin- This is one half of a Black and Tan drink. Not just any Black and Tan but the one where a toasted smug and a hoppy fella get together and make a sublime Taiji balance. Mix the Yin & Yang together (or just enjoy this profoundly evil Imperial Stout solo). 

Evil Twin Yang- This is one half of a Black and Tan. Not just any Black and Tan, but the one where a toasted smug and a hoppy fella get together to make a sublime Taiji balance. Mix the Yang & Yin together (or enjoy this flipping good Imperial IPA solo). 
Stillwater Folklore- Human history is filled with myths and legends that shape and define our culture. Rituals, celebrations, gatherings.. whatever. One thing that’s for sure, is we enjoy a proper shindig. So let’s get the stories flowing and share a little ’Folklore’. A bracingly deep ale, built dark and rich with an elegantly lean body, accompanied by heady aromas of Belgian yeast, earthy hops and gently kissed by a wisp of smoke. 

Stillwater Of Love and Regret- For the first edition of the Stillwater Import Series I traveled to the village of Beerzel, located in the Antwerp province of Belgium. Here I teamed up with brewmaster Jef Goetelen to craft an authentic Belgian version of my liquid interpretation of the Spring season. A recipe originally contrived a few years prior as a collaboration brew with my good friend Paul Kretzer. The base is German barley & wheat, with a touch of Belgian aromatic; accented with grassy hops and an array of spring botanicals (heather, chamomile, lavender, & dandelion). Like a fresh meadow in spring.

Stillwater Sensory Series Volume 1: Lower Dens- The Stillwater Sensory Series is a collaboration between Stillwater Artisanal and singular musical artists. In this first collaboration, Stillwater works with Lower Dens to make an ale based on an interpretation of their song, "In the End is the Beginning." On the bottle itself, a QR code will link to an exclusive Lower Dens performance of the song. Ultimately, this is a true artistic collaboration that aims to create a full sensory experience - sound, sight, smell, touch, and taste brewed with

Stillwater Stateside Saison- Stateside Saison pays homage to old world tradition while celebrating new world innovation. Naturally brewed with the finest European malts & fresh aromatic hops from the United States & New Zealand. It’s then fermented using a classic farmhouse ale yeast and bottle conditioned to enhance stability. The outcome is a beer of unique design and exquisite taste, showcasing some of the best attributes of modern-day craft brewing.

Friday, March 15, 2013

Iron Maiden Beer. Yes That Iron Maiden


The Ale That Men Brew: Iron Maiden Serves Up A Beer

Iron Maiden lead singer Bruce Dickinson samples his band's latest offering, Trooper ale, made with what he calls "our special secret-squirrel recipe."

Three decades after giving the world The Number of the Beast, Iron Maiden is poised to release its latest work — and it's a beer. That's the latest from the Metal Injection website, whose "Bands and Booze" section makes it uniquely qualified to present such news.
The band collaborated with Robinsons, an English brewery with roots in the 19th century, to create what lead singer Bruce Dickinson calls "our special secret-squirrel recipe for Trooper Ale." Robinsons is also well-known for making ales such as Old Tom and Unicorn.
"As a fan of traditional English cask beer, I thought this could actually be something really exciting," Dickinson says in a video announcing the beer's pending release. "We could actually develop a proper, real, long-term beer."
By that, he seems to mean that the beer will be more than a limited-edition release. Dickinson says that when they were trying to figure out what to put on the beer's label, it seemed natural to use the title of the Maiden song "The Trooper."
"Music and beer are great treats for the senses in their own right," the brewery's Oliver Robinson says, "but the combination is very powerful."
The beer, described as having citrus notes and a blend of Cascade, Bobec, and Goldings hops, doesn't sport an amped-up alcohol percentage. Its website currently lists it at 4.7 percent alcohol by volume.
That prompted a commenter at Metal Injection to observe the alcohol level should be much higher — leading another reader, Colin James Salt, to respond that the proper strength would be "6.66%."

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Birdsall House

If you find yourself in Peekskill at noon on a Sunday go to   Birdsall House for brunch.  Best eggs benny in a long time.  They make all there own charcuterie and I got a cask Worlds Ends dry hopped with hops grown at BH form The Peekskill Brewery with brunch.  Sat at the Beautiful 1940's mahogany bar.



Peekskill Brewery

The Peekskill Brewery moved to a renovated three story building in December and went from 3 barrels to 15.  If you like The Heady Topper you will like Peekskill. Oh and they have a coolship.  See video.



video

Brown's New 50 barrel Brewery

Gary Brown gave me a tour of his new 50 barrel brewery in Hoosick Falls.  They will be brewing and bottling very soon.  And hope to be open to the public in eight months.  It's a beautiful brewery as you can see from the photos.








Saturday, February 23, 2013

Societe Brewing

video
The Friday afternoon scene at this upstart brewery was sparse compared to the green flash mob down the road, but it wasn't for lack of quality. The 2 young brewers here are making world class beer.  Their Pupil, a 7.5 ipa/dipa made with Nelson and Citra hops, is golden, slightly opaque and assertively citrusy without too much bitterness. If that sounds a bit like HT thats no mistake. It's definitely headed in that direction. A standout.
Their other beers, including some Belgian-style, are excellent, based on the tasters I threw down as the family dragged me off into the twilight   
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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Beer Geeks


BeerAdvocate's Top 250 Beers


Top 250 Beers

BeerAdvocate's Top 250 Beers, as rated by our users.

Top 250 Beers
WRReviews
1Heady Topper
American Double / Imperial IPA / 8.00% ABV
The Alchemist
4.672425
2Pliny The Younger
American Double / Imperial IPA / 11.00% ABV
Russian River Brewing Company
4.631314
3Pliny The Elder
American Double / Imperial IPA / 8.00% ABV
Russian River Brewing Company
4.625390
4Trappist Westvleteren 12 (XII)
Quadrupel (Quad) / 10.20% ABV
Brouwerij Westvleteren (Sint-Sixtusabdij van Westvleteren)
4.612483
5Founders CBS Imperial Stout
American Double / Imperial Stout / 10.60% ABV
Founders Brewing Company
4.611848
6Founders KBS (Kentucky Breakfast Stout)
American Double / Imperial Stout / 11.20% ABV
Founders Brewing Company
4.63957
7Zombie Dust
American Pale Ale (APA) / 6.40% ABV
Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
4.592357
8Bourbon County Brand Coffee Stout
American Double / Imperial Stout / 14.00% ABV
Goose Island Beer Co.
4.581554
9Parabola
Russian Imperial Stout / 12.50% ABV
Firestone Walker Brewing Co.
4.551895
10The Abyss
American Double / Imperial Stout / 11.00% ABV
Deschutes Brewery
4.532734
11Supplication
American Wild Ale / 7.00% ABV
Russian River Brewing Company
4.532376
12Bell's Hopslam Ale
American Double / Imperial IPA / 10.00% ABV
Bell's Brewery, Inc.
4.515083
13Founders Breakfast Stout
American Double / Imperial Stout / 8.30% ABV
Founders Brewing Company
4.56003
14Bourbon Barrel Aged Vanilla Bean Dark Lord
Russian Imperial Stout / 15.00% ABV
Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
4.5367
15Trappistes Rochefort 10
Quadrupel (Quad) / 11.30% ABV
Brasserie de Rochefort
4.493911
16Bourbon County Brand Stout
American Double / Imperial Stout / 15.00% ABV
Goose Island Beer Co.
4.493588
17Citra DIPA
American Double / Imperial IPA / 8.00% ABV
Kern River Brewing Company
4.49600
18Cantillon Fou' Foune
Lambic - Fruit / 5.00% ABV
Brasserie Cantillon
4.48775
19Black Tuesday
American Double / Imperial Stout / 19.20% ABV
The Bruery
4.471093
20Hunahpu's Imperial Stout
American Double / Imperial Stout / 11.00% ABV
Cigar City Brewing
4.471000
21Abrasive Ale
American Double / Imperial IPA / 9.00% ABV
Surly Brewing Company
4.461331
22§ucaba (Abacus)
English Barleywine / 12.50% ABV
Firestone Walker Brewing Co.
4.461283
23Trappist Westvleteren 8 (VIII)
Dubbel / 8.00% ABV
Brouwerij Westvleteren (Sint-Sixtusabdij van Westvleteren)
4.461046
24Dark Horse Bourbon Barrel Aged Plead The 5th
Russian Imperial Stout / 14.00% ABV
Dark Horse Brewing Company
4.46609
25St. Bernardus Abt 12
Quadrupel (Quad) / 10.00% ABV
Brouwerij St. Bernardus NV
4.454001
26Kuhnhenn Bourbon Barrel Fourth Dementia
Old Ale / 13.50% ABV
Kuhnhenn Brewing Company
4.45641
27Double Sunshine IPA
American Double / Imperial IPA / 8.00% ABV
Lawson's Finest Liquids
4.45456
28Darkness
Russian Imperial Stout / 10.30% ABV
Surly Brewing Company
4.441302
29Beatification
American Wild Ale / 5.50% ABV
Russian River Brewing Company
4.44894
30Temptation
American Wild Ale / 7.25% ABV
Russian River Brewing Company
4.431560
31Bell's Black Note Stout
American Double / Imperial Stout / 11.50% ABV
Bell's Brewery, Inc.
4.43746
32Cantillon Lou Pepe - Kriek
Lambic - Fruit / 5.00% ABV
Brasserie Cantillon
4.43606
33Abner
American Double / Imperial IPA / 8.20% ABV
Hill Farmstead Brewery
4.43468
34Dreadnaught IPA
American Double / Imperial IPA / 9.50% ABV
Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
4.422701
35Consecration
American Wild Ale / 10.00% ABV
Russian River Brewing Company
4.421838
36Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier
Hefeweizen / 5.40% ABV
Bayerische Staatsbrauerei Weihenstephan
4.413371
37Sculpin India Pale Ale
American IPA / 7.00% ABV
Ballast Point Brewing Company
4.413339
38Cantillon Saint Lamvinus
Lambic - Fruit / 6.00% ABV
Brasserie Cantillon
4.41688
39Cantillon Blåbær Lambik
Lambic - Fruit / 5.00% ABV
Brasserie Cantillon
4.41335
40AleSmith Speedway Stout
American Double / Imperial Stout / 12.00% ABV
AleSmith Brewing Company
4.42165
41Ephraim
American Double / Imperial IPA / 10.50% ABV
Hill Farmstead Brewery
4.4331
42Péché Mortel (Imperial Stout Au Cafe)
American Double / Imperial Stout / 9.50% ABV
Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel
4.392072
43Mother Of All Storms
English Barleywine / 14.00% ABV
Pelican Pub & Brewery
4.39679
44Everett Porter
American Porter / 7.50% ABV
Hill Farmstead Brewery
4.39505
45Adam From The Wood
Old Ale / 12.00% ABV
Hair of the Dog Brewing Company / Brewery and Tasting Room
4.39263
46Tröegs Nugget Nectar
American Amber / Red Ale / 7.50% ABV
Tröegs Brewing Company
4.383440
47Cantillon Gueuze 100% Lambic
Gueuze / 5.00% ABV
Brasserie Cantillon
4.38901
48Lagunitas Sucks Brown Shugga Substitute Ale
American Double / Imperial IPA / 7.85% ABV
Lagunitas Brewing Company
4.372002
49Cable Car
American Wild Ale / 7.00% ABV
The Lost Abbey
4.37320
50Double Galaxy
American Double / Imperial IPA / 8.00% ABV
Hill Farmstead Brewery
4.37254
51Imperial Russian Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 10.50% ABV
Stone Brewing Co.
4.363909
52Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock
Doppelbock / 6.70% ABV
Privatbrauerei Franz Inselkammer KG / Brauerei Aying
4.363143
53Samuel Adams Utopias
American Strong Ale / 27.00% ABV
Boston Beer Company (Samuel Adams)
4.36754
54Bourbon Barrel Aged Dark Lord Imperial Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 15.00% ABV
Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
4.36286
55Furious
American IPA / 6.20% ABV
Surly Brewing Company
4.352129
56Nelson
American IPA / 7.10% ABV
Alpine Beer Company
4.35905
57Exponential Hoppiness
American Double / Imperial IPA / 11.00% ABV
Alpine Beer Company
4.35604
58AleSmith Speedway Stout - Barrel Aged
American Double / Imperial Stout / 12.00% ABV
AleSmith Brewing Company
4.35437
59Hunahpu's Imperial Stout - Laird's Apple Brandy Barrel
American Double / Imperial Stout / 11.50% ABV
Cigar City Brewing
4.35217
60Ten FIDY
Russian Imperial Stout / 10.50% ABV
Oskar Blues Brewing Company
4.343175
61Founders Imperial Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 10.50% ABV
Founders Brewing Company
4.342359
62Blind Pig IPA
American IPA / 6.10% ABV
Russian River Brewing Company
4.342063
63Victory At Sea Coffee Vanilla Imperial Porter
American Porter / 10.00% ABV
Ballast Point Brewing Company
4.341281
64Fantôme Saison
Saison / Farmhouse Ale / 8.00% ABV
Brasserie Fantôme
4.341025
65Pure Hoppiness
American Double / Imperial IPA / 8.00% ABV
Alpine Beer Company
4.34981
66Wet
American IPA / 7.50% ABV
Surly Brewing Company
4.34754
67Brute
American Wild Ale / 6.50% ABV
Ithaca Beer Company
4.34638
68Imperial Eclipse Stout - Elijah Craig (12 Year)
American Double / Imperial Stout / 9.50% ABV
FiftyFifty Brewing Co.
4.34403
69Silva Stout
American Double / Imperial Stout / 10.10% ABV
Green Flash Brewing Co.
4.34366
70Ruination IPA
American Double / Imperial IPA / 7.70% ABV
Stone Brewing Co.
4.334872
71La Fin Du Monde
Tripel / 9.00% ABV
Unibroue
4.334627
72Wisconsin Belgian Red
Fruit / Vegetable Beer / 4.00% ABV
New Glarus Brewing Company
4.331417
73Pannepot
Quadrupel (Quad) / 10.00% ABV
De Struise Brouwers
4.331055
74Duet IPA
American IPA / 7.00% ABV
Alpine Beer Company
4.33708
75Cascade Sang Noir
American Wild Ale / 9.50% ABV
Cascade Brewing / Raccoon Lodge & Brewpub
4.33382
76Imperial Eclipse Stout - Elijah Craig (20 Year)
American Double / Imperial Stout / 9.50% ABV
FiftyFifty Brewing Co.
4.33356
77Schneider Weisse Tap 6 Unser Aventinus
Weizenbock / 8.20% ABV
Weisses Bräuhaus G. Schneider & Sohn GmbH
4.322418
78Trappistes Rochefort 8
Belgian Strong Dark Ale / 9.20% ABV
Brasserie de Rochefort
4.322329
79Dark Lord Imperial Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 15.00% ABV
Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
4.321838
80Raspberry Tart
Fruit / Vegetable Beer / 4.00% ABV
New Glarus Brewing Company
4.321319
81Ruination Tenth Anniversary IPA
American Double / Imperial IPA / 10.80% ABV
Stone Brewing Co.
4.321011
82Drie Fonteinen Oude Geuze
Gueuze / 6.00% ABV
Brouwerij Drie Fonteinen
4.32883
83Masala Mama India Pale Ale
American IPA / 6.00% ABV
Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery
4.32865
84Great Lakes Barrel-Aged Blackout Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 9.50% ABV
Great Lakes Brewing Company
4.32590
85Fat Head's Head Hunter IPA
American IPA / 7.50% ABV
Fat Heads Brewery & Saloon
4.32555
86Chocolate Rain
American Double / Imperial Stout / 19.50% ABV
The Bruery
4.32410
87Matt
American Strong Ale / 11.50% ABV
Hair of the Dog Brewing Company / Brewery and Tasting Room
4.32326
88Drie Fonteinen Oude Geuze Vintage
Gueuze / 6.00% ABV
Brouwerij Drie Fonteinen
4.32213
89Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 9.00% ABV
North Coast Brewing Co.
4.315161
90Chimay Grande Réserve (Blue)
Belgian Strong Dark Ale / 9.00% ABV
Bières de Chimay S.A.
4.313447
91Double Jack
American Double / Imperial IPA / 9.50% ABV
Firestone Walker Brewing Co.
4.312100
92Hoppy Birthday
American Pale Ale (APA) / 5.25% ABV
Alpine Beer Company
4.31236
93Duvel
Belgian Strong Pale Ale / 8.50% ABV
Brouwerij Duvel Moortgat NV
4.33789
94Saison - Brett
Saison / Farmhouse Ale / 8.50% ABV
Boulevard Brewing Co.
4.3994
95Enjoy By IPA
American Double / Imperial IPA / 9.40% ABV
Stone Brewing Co.
4.3790
96Lunch
American IPA / 7.00% ABV
Maine Beer Company
4.3732
97Kuhnhenn Raspberry Eisbock
Eisbock / 13.50% ABV
Kuhnhenn Brewing Company
4.3457
98Melange No. 3
American Strong Ale / 15.50% ABV
The Bruery
4.3450
99Evil Twin Imperial Biscotti Break
American Double / Imperial Stout / 11.50% ABV
Evil Twin Brewing
4.3439
100Drie Fonteinen Schaerbeekse Kriek
Lambic - Fruit / 6.00% ABV
Brouwerij Drie Fonteinen
4.3412
101Birth Of Tragedy
American Porter / 9.00% ABV
Hill Farmstead Brewery
4.3269
102Double Bastard Ale
American Strong Ale / 11.20% ABV
Stone Brewing Co.
4.293146
103Westmalle Trappist Tripel
Tripel / 9.50% ABV
Brouwerij Westmalle
4.292146
104Beer Geek Brunch Weasel
American Double / Imperial Stout / 10.90% ABV
Mikkeller
4.29992
105Myrcenary Double IPA
American Double / Imperial IPA / 9.30% ABV
Odell Brewing Company
4.29819
106Live Oak HefeWeizen
Hefeweizen / 5.20% ABV
Live Oak Brewing Company
4.29558
107Edward
American Pale Ale (APA) / 5.20% ABV
Hill Farmstead Brewery
4.29455
108Cantillon Lou Pepe - Gueuze
Gueuze / 5.00% ABV
Brasserie Cantillon
4.29291
109Bad Boy
American Double / Imperial IPA / 9.00% ABV
Alpine Beer Company
4.29219
11090 Minute IPA
American Double / Imperial IPA / 9.00% ABV
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
4.286408
111Great Lakes Edmund Fitzgerald Porter
American Porter / 5.80% ABV
Great Lakes Brewing Company
4.282793
112Alpha King Pale Ale
American Pale Ale (APA) / 6.00% ABV
Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
4.282547
113Founders Backwoods Bastard
Scotch Ale / Wee Heavy / 10.20% ABV
Founders Brewing Company
4.282503
114Sanctification
American Wild Ale / 6.75% ABV
Russian River Brewing Company
4.28907
115Imperial Russian Stout - Bourbon Barrel Aged
Russian Imperial Stout / 11.50% ABV
Stone Brewing Co.
4.28229
116Two Hearted Ale
American IPA / 7.00% ABV
Bell's Brewery, Inc.
4.275144
117Hop Rod Rye
American IPA / 8.00% ABV
Bear Republic Brewing Co.
4.272760
118Choklat
American Double / Imperial Stout / 10.00% ABV
Southern Tier Brewing Company
4.272211
119AleSmith IPA
American IPA / 7.25% ABV
AleSmith Brewing Company
4.271496
120Older Viscosity
American Double / Imperial Stout / 12.00% ABV
Port Brewing Company / Pizza Port
4.27866
121Arctic Devil Barley Wine
English Barleywine / 13.20% ABV
Midnight Sun Brewing Co.
4.27433
122Cantillon Lou Pepe - Framboise
Lambic - Fruit / 5.00% ABV
Brasserie Cantillon
4.27336
123IPA (India Pale Ale)
American IPA / 6.90% ABV
Stone Brewing Co.
4.264655
124Founders Porter
American Porter / 6.50% ABV
Founders Brewing Company
4.262399
125Union Jack India Pale Ale
American IPA / 7.50% ABV
Firestone Walker Brewing Co.
4.261997
126Terrapin Coffee Oatmeal Imperial Stout
American Double / Imperial Stout / 8.10% ABV
Terrapin Beer Company
4.261581
127Founders Harvest Ale
American IPA / 6.50% ABV
Founders Brewing Company
4.261497
128Cuvée Van De Keizer Blauw (Blue)
Belgian Strong Dark Ale / 11.00% ABV
Brouwerij Het Anker
4.26957
129Cuvee Des Jacobins Rouge
Flanders Red Ale / 5.50% ABV
Brouwerij Bockor N.V.
4.26705
130Barrel Aged Sexual Chocolate
Russian Imperial Stout / 9.75% ABV
Foothills Brewing Company
4.26345
131Fruet
Old Ale / 15.50% ABV
The Bruery
4.26305
132Society & Solitude #4
American Double / Imperial IPA / 8.00% ABV
Hill Farmstead Brewery
4.26191
133Kaggen! Stormaktsporter
Russian Imperial Stout / 10.00% ABV
Närke Kulturbryggeri AB
4.26129
134Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 9.50% ABV
Great Divide Brewing Company
4.252201
135Tripel Karmeliet
Tripel / 8.40% ABV
Brouwerij Bosteels
4.251689
136J.W. Lees Vintage Harvest Ale
English Barleywine / 11.50% ABV
J.W. Lees & Co (Brewers) Ltd
4.25893
137Marshal Zhukov's Imperial Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 11.00% ABV
Cigar City Brewing
4.25792
138Racer X Double IPA
American Double / Imperial IPA / 8.30% ABV
Bear Republic Brewing Co.
4.25785
139Knuckle Sandwich
American Double / Imperial IPA / 10.00% ABV
Bootlegger's Brewery
4.25411
140Hoponius Union
American Pale Lager / 6.70% ABV
Jack's Abby Brewing
4.25380
141Cantillon Cuvée Des Champions
Gueuze / 5.00% ABV
Brasserie Cantillon
4.25347
142Cuvee De Castleton
American Wild Ale / 9.00% ABV
Captain Lawrence Brewing Co.
4.25320
143Twilight Of The Idols
American Porter / 7.50% ABV
Hill Farmstead Brewery
4.25296
144Winter Ale (2012) / 5th Anniversary Ale
American Double / Imperial IPA / 8.00% ABV
Kern River Brewing Company
4.25196
145Bell's Bourbon Barrel Aged Batch 9000
American Strong Ale / 14.90% ABV
Bell's Brewery, Inc.
4.25167
146Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout
Oatmeal Stout / 5.00% ABV
Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster)
4.243245
147Rodenbach Grand Cru
Flanders Red Ale / 6.00% ABV
Brouwerij Rodenbach N.V.
4.241398
148Lips Of Faith - La Folie
Flanders Oud Bruin / 6.00% ABV
New Belgium Brewing
4.241366
149Odell IPA
American IPA / 7.00% ABV
Odell Brewing Company
4.24869
150Barrel Aged B.O.R.I.S. Oatmeal Imperial Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 9.40% ABV
Hoppin' Frog Brewery
4.24802
151Founders Curmudgeon's Better Half
Old Ale / 11.90% ABV
Founders Brewing Company
4.24639
152White Rajah
American IPA / 6.80% ABV
The Brew Kettle Taproom & Smokehouse / Production Works
4.24446
153Oude Gueuze Tilquin à L'Ancienne
Gueuze / 6.00% ABV
Gueuzerie Tilquin
4.24437
154Andechser Doppelbock Dunkel
Doppelbock / 7.10% ABV
Klosterbrauerei Andechs
4.24375
155The Event Horizon
American Double / Imperial Stout / 8.50% ABV
Olde Hickory Brewery
4.24354
156Cascade Sang Royal
American Wild Ale / 9.35% ABV
Cascade Brewing / Raccoon Lodge & Brewpub
4.24247
157Drie Fonteinen Oude Geuze Golden Blend
Gueuze / 6.00% ABV
Brouwerij Drie Fonteinen
4.24235
158Bourbon Barrel Aged Hi-Fi Rye
American Barleywine / 11.00% ABV
Flossmoor Station Restaurant & Brewery
4.24222
159Humulus Lager
American Double / Imperial Pilsner / 7.20% ABV
The Bruery
4.24214
160Society & Solitude #5
American Double / Imperial IPA / 7.80% ABV
Hill Farmstead Brewery
4.24153
161Peg's G.O.O.D. RareR D.O.S.
American Double / Imperial Stout
Peg's Cantina & Brewpub
4.24137
162Sublimely Self-Righteous Ale
American Black Ale / 8.70% ABV
Stone Brewing Co.
4.232911
163A Little Sumpin' Sumpin' Ale
American Pale Wheat Ale / 7.50% ABV
Lagunitas Brewing Company
4.232569
164Yeti Imperial Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 9.50% ABV
Great Divide Brewing Company
4.232358
165B.O.R.I.S. The Crusher Oatmeal-Imperial Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 9.40% ABV
Hoppin' Frog Brewery
4.231423
166Allagash Curieux (Bourbon Barrel-Aged Tripel)
Tripel / 11.00% ABV
Allagash Brewing Company
4.231288
167Gandhi-Bot Double IPA
American Double / Imperial IPA / 8.80% ABV
New England Brewing Co.
4.23668
168Girardin Gueuze 1882 (Black Label)
Gueuze / 5.00% ABV
Brouwerij Girardin
4.23619
169Lips Of Faith - Le Terroir
American Wild Ale / 7.50% ABV
New Belgium Brewing
4.23479
170Pannepot Reserva
Quadrupel (Quad) / 10.00% ABV
De Struise Brouwers
4.23452
171Bitter Monk
Belgian IPA / 9.00% ABV
Anchorage Brewing Company
4.23357
172Framboise For A Cure
American Wild Ale / 6.50% ABV
Russian River Brewing Company
4.23254
173Czar Jack Imperial Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 9.30% ABV
Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery
4.23243
174Racer 5 India Pale Ale
American IPA / 7.00% ABV
Bear Republic Brewing Co.
4.223571
175Burton Baton
American Double / Imperial IPA / 10.00% ABV
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
4.222926
176Green Flash West Coast I.P.A.
American IPA / 7.30% ABV
Green Flash Brewing Co.
4.222847
177Gumballhead
American Pale Wheat Ale / 4.50% ABV
Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
4.222231
178Flower Power India Pale Ale
American IPA / 7.50% ABV
Ithaca Beer Company
4.221729
179St. Bernardus Tripel
Tripel / 8.00% ABV
Brouwerij St. Bernardus NV
4.221528
180Old Ruffian Barley Wine
American Barleywine / 10.20% ABV
Great Divide Brewing Company
4.221340
181Arctic Panzer Wolf
American Double / Imperial IPA / 9.00% ABV
Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
4.221329
182Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier Dunkel
Dunkelweizen / 5.30% ABV
Bayerische Staatsbrauerei Weihenstephan
4.221308
183Weihenstephaner Vitus
Weizenbock / 7.70% ABV
Bayerische Staatsbrauerei Weihenstephan
4.221258
184Adam
Old Ale / 10.00% ABV
Hair of the Dog Brewing Company / Brewery and Tasting Room
4.221234
185YuleSmith (Summer)
American Double / Imperial IPA / 8.50% ABV
AleSmith Brewing Company
4.221034
186Red Poppy Ale
Flanders Red Ale / 5.50% ABV
The Lost Abbey
4.22760
187Broo Doo
American IPA / 7.00% ABV
Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
4.22754
188Zoe
American Amber / Red Ale / 7.20% ABV
Maine Beer Company
4.22725
189Bourbon Barrel Barleywine
American Barleywine / 11.50% ABV
Central Waters Brewing Company
4.22701
190Deliverance
American Strong Ale / 12.50% ABV
The Lost Abbey
4.22592
191Cherry Adam From The Wood
Old Ale / 10.00% ABV
Hair of the Dog Brewing Company / Brewery and Tasting Room
4.22367
192Kuhnhenn Bourbon Barrel Barley Wine
English Barleywine / 14.50% ABV
Kuhnhenn Brewing Company
4.22258
193Cherry Rye Bourbon County Brand Stout
American Double / Imperial Stout / 13.70% ABV
Goose Island Beer Co.
4.22205
194Susan
American IPA / 6.20% ABV
Hill Farmstead Brewery
4.22177
195Double Citra
American Double / Imperial IPA / 8.00% ABV
Hill Farmstead Brewery
4.22163
196Oaked Arrogant Bastard Ale
American Strong Ale / 7.20% ABV
Stone Brewing Co.
4.212945
197Trois Pistoles
Belgian Strong Dark Ale / 9.00% ABV
Unibroue
4.212669
198Founders Double Trouble
American Double / Imperial IPA / 9.40% ABV
Founders Brewing Company
4.212655
199Maharaja
American Double / Imperial IPA / 10.30% ABV
Avery Brewing Company
4.212547
200Gulden Draak (Dark Triple)
Belgian Strong Dark Ale / 10.50% ABV
Brouwerij Van Steenberge N.V.
4.211802
201Espresso Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout
American Double / Imperial Stout / 9.50% ABV
Great Divide Brewing Company
4.211377
202Obsidian Stout
American Stout / 6.40% ABV
Deschutes Brewery
4.211344
203Plead The 5th Imperial Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 12.00% ABV
Dark Horse Brewing Company
4.21992
204The Oracle
American Double / Imperial IPA / 10.00% ABV
Bell's Brewery, Inc.
4.21829
205Smuttynose Baltic Porter (Big Beer Series)
Baltic Porter / 9.24% ABV
Smuttynose Brewing Company
4.21641
206Oude Tart
Flanders Red Ale / 7.50% ABV
The Bruery
4.21641
207Red Racer IPA (India Pale Ale)
American IPA / 6.50% ABV
Central City Brewing
4.21604
208Cantillon Iris
Lambic - Unblended / 5.00% ABV
Brasserie Cantillon
4.21602
209Kuhnhenn Fourth Dementia (4D)
Old Ale / 13.50% ABV
Kuhnhenn Brewing Company
4.21524
210Ivan The Terrible Imperial Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 10.00% ABV
Big Sky Brewing Company
4.21369
211Berserker Imperial Stout
American Double / Imperial Stout / 12.70% ABV
Midnight Sun Brewing Co.
4.21338
212Bligh's Barleywine Ale
English Barleywine / 10.00% ABV
Dry Dock Brewing Co.
4.21194
213Great
American Barleywine / 14.00% ABV
Alpine Beer Company
4.21191
214Hop Stoopid
American Double / Imperial IPA / 8.00% ABV
Lagunitas Brewing Company
4.23141
215Founders Red's Rye PA
Rye Beer / 6.60% ABV
Founders Brewing Company
4.22829
216Great Lakes Blackout Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 9.00% ABV
Great Lakes Brewing Company
4.21482
217Fuller's London Porter
English Porter / 5.40% ABV
Fuller Smith & Turner PLC
4.21443
218Wookey Jack
American Black Ale / 8.30% ABV
Firestone Walker Brewing Co.
4.2977
219Black Albert
Russian Imperial Stout / 13.00% ABV
De Struise Brouwers
4.2965
220The Angel's Share - Bourbon Barrel-Aged
American Strong Ale / 12.50% ABV
The Lost Abbey
4.2894
221Behemoth Blonde Barleywine
American Barleywine / 10.50% ABV
Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
4.2839
222Apocalypse Cow
American Double / Imperial IPA / 11.00% ABV
Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
4.2809
223Dancing Man Wheat
Hefeweizen / 7.20% ABV
New Glarus Brewing Company
4.2652
224Allagash Odyssey
Belgian Strong Dark Ale / 10.40% ABV
Allagash Brewing Company
4.2515
225Cantillon Vigneronne
Lambic - Fruit / 5.00% ABV
Brasserie Cantillon
4.2393
226Barrel Aged Yeti
Russian Imperial Stout / 10.70% ABV
Great Divide Brewing Company
4.2387
227Cascade Apricot Ale
American Wild Ale / 8.50% ABV
Cascade Brewing / Raccoon Lodge & Brewpub
4.2380
228Gratitude
American Barleywine / 11.50% ABV
East End Brewing Company
4.2326
229Lindley Park
American Double / Imperial Stout / 10.00% ABV
Olde Hickory Brewery
4.2216
230Arrogant Bastard Ale
American Strong Ale / 7.20% ABV
Stone Brewing Co.
4.195083
231Black Butte Porter
American Porter / 5.20% ABV
Deschutes Brewery
4.192137
232Northern Hemisphere Harvest Wet Hop Ale
American IPA / 6.70% ABV
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
4.192103
233Houblon Chouffe Dobbelen IPA Tripel
Belgian IPA / 9.00% ABV
Brasserie d'Achouffe
4.191459
234Weihenstephaner Korbinian
Doppelbock / 7.40% ABV
Bayerische Staatsbrauerei Weihenstephan
4.191306
235Christmas Ale
Quadrupel (Quad) / 10.00% ABV
Brouwerij St. Bernardus NV
4.19867
236Cantillon Kriek 100% Lambic
Lambic - Fruit / 5.00% ABV
Brasserie Cantillon
4.19838
237Just Outstanding IPA
American IPA / 6.80% ABV
Kern River Brewing Company
4.19566
238Columbus IPA
American IPA / 6.50% ABV
Columbus Brewing Company
4.19486
239Damnation Batch 23 (Oak Aged)
Tripel / 11.00% ABV
Russian River Brewing Company
4.19429
240Nor
American Double / Imperial IPA / 9.20% ABV
Hill Farmstead Brewery
4.19142
241Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale
American IPA / 6.80% ABV
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
4.185306
242Hennepin (Farmhouse Saison)
Saison / Farmhouse Ale / 7.70% ABV
Brewery Ommegang
4.182954
243Orval Trappist Ale
Belgian Pale Ale / 6.20% ABV
Brasserie d'Orval S.A.
4.182772
244Maudite
Belgian Strong Dark Ale / 8.00% ABV
Unibroue
4.182633
245Chocolate Stout
American Stout / 6.00% ABV
Rogue Ales
4.182599
246Bell's Expedition Stout
Russian Imperial Stout / 10.50% ABV
Bell's Brewery, Inc.
4.182582
247Schneider Aventinus Weizen-Eisbock
Eisbock / 12.00% ABV
Weisses Bräuhaus G. Schneider & Sohn GmbH
4.181323
248Founders Blushing Monk
Fruit / Vegetable Beer / 9.20% ABV
Founders Brewing Company
4.18809
249Schlafly Pumpkin Ale
Pumpkin Ale / 8.00% ABV
Saint Louis Brewery / Schlafly Tap Room
4.18738
250Big Bad Baptist
American Double / Imperial Stout / 11.80% ABV
Epic Brewing Co.
4.18446