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Micro-Brew Bottles & Cans

We offer a plehtora of micro bottles and cans at any given time. Our selection is constantly changing to provide you with the best seasonals and specialty selections out there.
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Updated on 10/26/2016

3rd Sign Brewery (Waunakee, Wisconsin)

Madagascar - Vanilla Mild Ale (4.5%):

Madagascar Vanilla Mild Ale is made from a unique assimilation of brewing styles and techniques, creating a richly flavorful experience. Its starts with an English Dark Mild recipe and adds lactose to develop a sense of fullness and body. Madagascar-sourced vanilla is then added to the brew, offering a deep, sweet note. The net result is a creamy, yet medium-bodied ale with notes of graham cracker and vanilla cream. Great with dessert... or as dessert.

Sumatra - Coffee Mild Ale (4.5%):

Sumatra Coffee Mild Ale is 3rd Sign's interpretation of an English Dark Mild that utilizes cold pressed coffee from the region of Lingtong, Sumatra. The coffee is the hero here, lending a medium roasted flavor with notes of complex fruits and sweet tobacco. Sumatra Coffe Mild Ale has a mild bitterness supported by a toasty malt backbone and a touch of richness from a dose of flaked oats. Perfect for the morning, afternoon or evening at the pub.

Abita Brewing Company (Abita Springs, Louisiana)

Purple Haze - Raspberry Lager (4.2%):

Purple Haze is a lager brewed with real raspberries added after filtration. Pilsner and wheat malts, along with Vanguard hops, give the brew its backbone, while the berries add a fruity aroma, a tartly sweet taste and a subtle purple tint or "haze". You may even see fruit pulp in the beer.

Ale Asylum Brewery (Madison, Wisconsin)

Ambergeddon - American Amber/Red Lager (6.8%):

With a fury of hop flavor and a hint of malt backbone, this West Coast-style amber is part ale, part sensory eruption and all American.

Bedlam - Belgian IPA (7.5%):

A chaotic blend of citra hops and Belgian-style yeast gives this Belgian IPA a light passion fruit flavor with a bright hop bitterness and a lush finish.

Hopalicious - American Pale Ale (5.8%):

Eleven separate additions of cascade hops gives this American pale ale its lush citrus aroma and bold hop flavor without crazy bitterness.

Madtown Nutbrown - American Brown Ale (5.5%):

Ale Asylum's Madtown Nutbrown is velvety smooth with a rich caramel aroma. They blend seven different malts for just the right touch of sweetness and a creamy finish you'll really dig.

Oktillion - Märzen/Oktoberfest (6.0%):

An intricate blend of American and European malt gives Oktillion a light amber color and a soft, bready malt flavor with a crisp finish and no residual sweetness. Perfect for Fall!

Anchor Brewing Company (San Francisco, California)

Porter - American Porter (5.6%):

With deep black color, a thick, creamy head, rich chocolate, toffee and coffee flavors, and a full-bodied smoothness, Anchor Porter is the epitome of handcrafted dark beer. A blend of specially roasted pale, caramel, chocolate and black malts, along with top-fermenting yeast, created complexity without bitterness. Although dark in color, Anchor Porter is surprisingly light on the palate.

Steam Beer - California Common/Steam Beer (4.9%):

This brew owes its deep amber color, thick creamy head and rich, distinctive flavor to a historic  brewing process like none other. It is a process that combines deep respect for craft brewing with many decades of evolution to arrive at a unique approach: a blend of pale and caramel malts, fermentation with lager yeast at warmer temperatures and gentle carbonation through an all-natural process called "kräusening."  

Avery Brewing Company (Boulder, Colorado)

White Rascal - Belgian-Style White Ale / Witbier (5.6%):

An authentic Belgian-Style white ale, this Rascal is unfiltered and cleverly spices with coriander and Curacao orange peel, producing a refreshingly zesty classic ale.

Bells Brewery Inc. (Kalamazoo, Michigan)

Amber Ale - American Amber/ Red Ale (5.8%):

Bell's Amber Ale balances a mixture of toasted grain and light caramel notes with a range of floral, citrus and herbal hops notes, capped by a clean bitterness. This brew is quite versatile as a food pairing option, not to mention being rather tasty in its own right.

Kalamazoo Stout - Stout (6.0%):

Kalamazoo Stout represents stouts in Bell's year-round roster, offering a blend of dark chocolate and coffee flavors with just a hint of Brewer's licorice. One of their oldest recipes, it balances a significant hop presence against its roasted malt body.

Midwestern Pale Ale - American Pale Ale (5.2%):

Brewed with barley from Bell's farm in central Michigan, this APA stands apart from the model of completely hop-dominated pale ales, offering a noticeable degree of malt body to counter the hop bitterness.

Oberon - American Pale Wheat Ale (5.8%):

This American wheat ale is brewed with Bell's signature ale yeast and Saaz hops to give it a spicy and fruity character that is perfect for a sunny afternoon.

Porter - American Porter (5.6%):

One of Bell's many award winning beers, Porter emphasizes the darker, roasted aspects of malt. Hints of dark chocolate and freshly roasted coffee provide the focus while the hops remains in the background. Not as full-bodied as a stout, Porter bridges the gap between malty brown ales and more heavily roasted stouts.

Two Hearted Ale - American IPA (7.0%):

Well suited for adventurous trips to the Upper Peninsula. American malts and enormous Centennial hop additions give this brew its characteristic grapefruit & pine aroma with a refreshingly crisp finish.

Big Sky Brewing Company (Missoula, Montana)

Moose Drool - American Brown Ale (5.1%):

Moose Drool is the world's premier brown ale. East Kent, Golding's, Liberty and Willamette hops are beautifully balanced with a four malt blend, for a complex, yet  extremely drinkable dark brew.

Trout Slayer - American Pale Wheat Ale (5.0%):

They say the best way to shrink a fish is with a ruler, but the best way to grow a fish is with a beer. Montana Trout Slayer Ale is the beer to drink when you're knockin' back a couple of cold ones and tellin' fish stories. Who knows... the next one just might be the best yet. "A bigger tale with every ale."

Captial Brewery (Middleton, Wisconsin)

Oktoberfest - Märzen/Oktoberfest (5.5%):

This mother of all seasonal brews has a fiery amber hue and rich malty overtones that dominate the palate.

Central Waters Brewing Company (Amherst, Wisconsin)

HHG APA - American IPA (5.3%):

Inspired by the music of Wisconsin band Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, this Citra & Mosaic hopped American Pale Ale is best enjoyed with friends and live music. Make some memories today.

Horicon - Session IPA (4.5%):

Horicon National Wildlife Refuge is a vital nesting area for water fowl, including Wisconsin's own Great Blue Heron. Generously hopped through the boil, then dry-hopped at the tail end of fermentation, Horicon Session IPA gives off a large bouquet. A lower octane, explosively hoppy gesture of gratitude.  

Dark Horse Brewing Company (Marshall, Michigan)

Crooked Tree IPA - American IPA (6.5%):

Inspired by West Coast IPAs, but brewed with Michigan style. Crooked Tree is heavily dry-hopped to give it a big aroma of pine and citrus. The flavors are big, yet well-balanced with fresh hops and malt. Often described as  "grapefruit" the hops used in this brew give it an excellent fruit flavor that finishes dry, crisp and clean.

Raspberry Ale - Fruit Ale (5.0%):

This light-bodied, easy drinking ale is made with real raspberries to give it a balanced,  mild fruit flavor, which may not be what you'd expect from a "fruit" beer. With the motto "beer first, fruit second", Dark Horse brewers are committed to making good beer, not some fruity carbonated malt beverage.

Reserve Special Black Ale - Strong Black Ale (7.5%):

Conceived in a dimly lit room on a blistery cold night in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, but born and raised in Marshall, Michigan, Reserve Special is the oldest of all beers in the Dark Horse family. It has in incredibly "thick" presence and when poured into a glass, its color is so dark it's eerie. Heavy malt, roast and chocolate flavors will explode on your taste buds while staying giving you the balance you'd expect.  Reserve special has a hard time being called a stout or a porter, but fits rather nicely into the category of a delicious strong black ale.

Scotty Karate - Scotch Ale / Wee Heavy (9.5%):

Scotty Karate is brewed with cherry wood smoked malt, instead of the traditional peat smoked malt, yielding warm notes of coffee, caramel and sweet caramelized brown sugar. A subtle, earthy finish gives Scotty Karate a character all its own.

Deschutes Brewery (Bend, Oregon)

Black Butte Porter - American Porter (5.2%):

With a dark beer as our first and flagship brand, Black Butte defined Deschutes as a radical player. A slight hop bitterness up front enhances the distinctive chocolate and roasted finish. It's prized for its creamy mouthfeel and intense complex flavors.

Chainbreaker - White IPA (5.6%):

Brewed with wheat and pilsner malt, this IPA displays a beautiful citrus aroma from Cascade and Citra hops that meld with the esters of Belgian yeast. Think thirst-quenching, hopped-up witbier with enough IBUs to warrant the IPA name. Welcome to the next beer frontier.

Mirror Pond Pale Ale - American Pale Ale (5.0%):

Mirror Pond Pale Ale, Deschutes' most popular beer, is the quintessential Northwest pale ale. Cascade hops and more cascade hops give this tawny-colored ales a delicious hop-forward flavor and aroma. Pale malt allows the hops to linger, not overpower.

Obsidian - American Stout (6.4%):

Deep, robust and richly rewarding, this is a beer to linger over. Obsidian has distinct notes of espresso, chocolate, roasted malt and black barley, with just enough hop bite to cut the sweetness.

Dogfish Head Brewery (Milton, Delaware)

60 Minute IPA - American IPA (6.0%):

60 Minute IPA is continuously hopped - more than 60 hop additions over a 60-minute boil - and is brewed with a slew of great Northwest hops varietes. A powerful, but balanced East Coast IPA with a ton of citrusy hop character, this is the session beer for hardcore hops enthusiasts.

Namaste - Belgian-Style White Ale / Witbier (4.8%):

A witbier bursting with good karma, Namaste is made with dried organic orange slices, fresh-cut lemongrass and a bit of coriander. A great thirst quencher for any time of year.

Founders Brewing Company (Grand Rapids, Michigan)

All Day IPA - American "Session" IPA (4.7%):

This is the beer you've been waiting for... it keeps your taste buds satisfied while keeping your senses sharp. Naturally brewed with a complex array of malt, grains and hops, All Day IPA is balanced for optimal aromatics and a clean finish.  The perfect reward for an honest day's work and the ultimate companion to celebrate life's simple pleasures.

Dirty Bastard - Scotch Ale / Wee Heavy (8.5%):

So good it's almost wrong. This complex , dark ruby brew has seven varieties of imported malts, giving it the malty richness you crave. Hints of smoke and peat, along with a right hook of hop power gives this scotch ale the bad attitude that you'd expect from a beer named Dirty Bastard.

Porter - American Porter (6.5%):

Pours silky black with a sweet, strong chocolate and caramel malt aroma that will tempt your taste buds. No absence of hops gives this porter the full flavor you deserve and expect. Cozy like velvet...It's a lover, not a fighter.

Fulton Brewery (Minneapolis, Minnesota)

Sweet Child Of Vine - English-Style IPA (6.4%):

Move over grapes. Fulton is celebrating the world's most glorious vine. Generous quantities of CTZ and Glacier hops are added throughout the boil, with another dose of Glacier hops added late in fermentation. The result is a bouquet of hop aroma that veritably bursts forth upon opening. But don't let all of this hop talk mislead you, Sweet Child Of Vine has a serious malt backbone to stand up to all those hops, creating a delightful balance that will keep you coming back for more.

Furthermore Beer (Black River Falls, Wisconsin)

Knot Stock - American Pale Ale (5.5%):

Black, cracked, stuffed in a sack, boiled and cold-infused. The real treat of this APA is the tangle of flavors that fresh cracked pepper and Northern Brewer Hops create At 65 IBUs, there's plenty of zing for the Hop Heads and Bitter Bettys, but not so much to overpower the tingle of the black pepper as it slowly kicks in. Likewise, the 15° Plato malt bill features a healthy dose of caramel malt meant to soften (but not stifle) the play of pepper and hops on the palate.

Proper - English Pale Ale (4.5%):

Twelve ounces of easy-going elegance. At 12° Plato, the Proper is fairly light, with subtle toasty notes and a slight sweetness garnered from a touch of Munich and Caramel Malts. Its 15.5 IBU measure is enough to sharpen the mouthfeel without coming across as bitter. Balanced and very proper.

Great Lakes Brewing Company (Cleveland, Ohio)

Burning River - American Pale Ale (6.0%):

An assertively hopped American pale ale with citrus and pine aromas and flavors characteristic of the Cascade hops variety.  Subtle malt flavors soften the hop profile for a truly balanced and satisfying brew.

Edmund Fitzgerald - American Porter (6.0%):

Named for the great ship that tragically sunk in Lake Superior in 1975, Edmund Fitzgerald is the dark, brooding type.  Roasted, bittersweet chocolate and coffee flavors dominate the palate with a bold hop presence in the finish. One sip of this complex, flavorful porter inspires lavish bar napkin poetry and spirited closing-time soliloquies.

Hinterland Brewery (Green Bay, Wisconsin)

IPA - American IPA (6.7%):

For a beer with a fighting history, this one doesn't disappoint. Aggressive dry hopping  gives it a crisp citrus bite, but don't worry, a mellow malt undertone helps ease the bitter tension to give this a IPA a nice, balanced flavor.

Packerland Pilsner - German-Style Pilsner (4.5%):

First brewed to celebrate Green Bay's Championship win in 1997, this beer was benched, tweaked, then totally revamped before is exploded back on the field in 2014. High quality malted barley, German Noble hops and a Czech pils yeast combine to create what a pilsner should be - crisp, clean and classic. It's the perfect toast to any tailgate or Packer party!

Luna Coffee Stout - American Coffee Stout (5.8%):

This award-winning stout was inspired by Hinterland's friends at Luna Coffee in De Pere, WI. It took over 5 months of late night experiments to perfect its balance - luckily, plenty of coffee was on hand. The final product is a smooth, moderately bitter, opaque-black brew with roasted malt, dark chocolate and black coffee flavors that will convince you to have another.

Karben4 Brewing (Madison, Wisconsin)

Dragon Flute - American Pale Ale (5.4%):

Magic. Adventure. Mayhem. German and English malts stalk one another in the K4 thunderdome, whilst Mosaic and Centennial hops willfully participate in the bloody sugarlust. Dragon Flute has a fruit forward flavor, a sturdy malt backbone and a piney, yet not overly bitter, crispness that will leave you wanting another. 

Fantasy Factory - American IPA (6.3%):

Hopheads crusade on a heroic quest for the holy grail of India Pale Ales. The subconscious composes paradisiacal scenes of malty waves crashing on a ripe lupulin landscape cascading hop flavors and aromas in profuse abundance. With humble confidence we offer this brew as fantasy made reality. Balanced in every detail and gushing resinous, exceptional citrus flavors and aromas that collaborate with soft bready notes surrendered from premium English golden malted barley, this beer is a tropical dreamscape. Epic.

Lagunitas Brewing Company (Petaluma, California)

A Little Sumpin' Sumpin'- American Pale Wheat Ale (7.5%):

Way smooth and silky with a nice wheaty-esque-ishness. A truly unique style featuring a strong hop finish on a silky body. A hoppy pale wheat ale that is great for IPA fans and so smooth that the hefeweizen fans dig it too. It's just the little sumpin' sumpin' you need.

Brown Shugga' - American Strong Ale (9.8%):

This winter seasonal falls into the realm of "dangerously slammable" with sweet caramel and toffee malts, clove-like spice and a strong pine hops finish. Brown Shugga'... How come you taste so good?

IPA - American IPA (6.2%):

Laguintas IPA was originally a seasonal brew back in 1995. Now available year-round, this highly drinkable IPA is formulated with malt and hops working together to balance it all out on your 'buds, allowing you to knock back more than one without wearing yourself out. Big on the aroma with a hoppy-sweet finish that'll leave you wantin' another sip.

Maximus - Imperial IPA (8.2%):

Originating in 1996, Maximus was brewed to be a bigger, badder version of Lagunitas'  favorite style of beer. Get ready for a ranging mouthful of fresh hops and malt. Think Lagunitas IPA pumped up by about 30%! Caution: May remove enamel from teeth.

Sucks - American Double / Imperial IPA (8.0%):

This beer is a 'cereal medley' of barley, rye, wheat and oats. Full of complexishness from the 4 grains, then joyously dry-hopped for that big aroma and resinous flavor.

Lakefront Brewery, Inc. (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)

Fixed Gear - American Red IPA (6.8%):

Inspired by the energy and audacity of the fixed gear courier, Lakefront Brewery ran smack into this arresting creation. Fixed Gear is a big, bold American red IPA. It pours a glaring crimson tone with a rocky white head and a brilliant floral-citrus aroma, thank to aggressive dry hopping. Its immodest, malty spine and intrepid caramel flavors blow in via gratuitous amounts of 2-row pale and dark caramel malts, A balanced citrus bite comes from Chinook and Cascade hops followed shortly by mild, fruity esters from the ale yeast. Weighing in at a mean 6.8% ABV and 54 IBUs. this one's got an attitude.

Fuel Café - Organic Coffee Stout (6.4%):

This unique stout combines the flavor of organic roasted malts and Milwaukee's renowned organic Fuel Café coffee. Expect a deep, dark pour with a creamy head and a coffee dominated aroma. The fine balance of mild organic hops, gentle brightness of choice coffee and the full mouthfeel from roasted malted barley make this an unforgettable brew.

Riverwest Stein Beer - Amber Lager (5.6%):

Lakefront's flagship beer, named after the hardworking neighborhood where the brewery was founded. Riverwest pours a brilliant amber hue with aromas of American hops and a subtle floral character from the German lager yeast. A balanced maltiness with just a hint of sweetness dominates the palate with a crisp hop bite in the finish. A joy to drink, it's no wonder Riverwest is Milwaukee's favorite craft beer.

Lake Louie Brewing, LLC (Arena, Wisconsin)

Golden Booty - Cream Ale (4.8%):

Formally known as Coon rock Cream Ale, this brew is a "pre-prohibition" cream ale produced with flaked corn for a very creamy, full-bodied beer. Lightly hopped with traditional varieties that would have been grown in Wisconsin about a hundred years ago. This is the ultimate "Lawn Mower Beer."

Kiss The Lips - American IPA (6.4%):

This is one old school IPA. Still balanced; not a 'one trick pony' pale. Expect a moderately sweet brew with hints of grapefruit and citrus hops that tingle on the back of your tongue.

Metropolitan Brewing (Chicago, Illinois)

Dynamo Copper Lager - Vienna Lager (5.6%):

If malt and hops are the two poles of brewing, Dynamo is the gently spinning sweet spot between them. Toasty, smooth Vienna malt compliments a lively hop bite.

New Belgium Brewing (Fort Collins, Colorado)

Fat Tire - American Amber/Red Ale (5.1%):

Named in honor of the co-founder's bike trip through Europe, Fat Tire Ambler Ale won fans with its sense of balance. Toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coast in equilibrium with hoppy freshness. Fat Tire: Pairs well with people.

Ranger IPA - India Pale Ale (6.5%):

Bring out the hops! Ranger IPA bursts at the starting gate with an abundance of hops: Cascade (citrus), Chinook (floral/citrus) and Simcoe (fruity) lead off with Cascade added again for an intense dry hop flavor. Brewed with pale and dark caramel malts to harmonize with the hop flavor from start to finish, Ranger is a sessionable splendor for all you hopinistas.

New Glarus Brewing Company (New Glarus, Wisconsin)

Moon Man - American Pale Ale (5.0%):

This calm and collected session beer holds a bright, bold blend of five hops that flirt obligingly with the smooth, malty backside. Don't let this one lay around. It was brewed to be enjoyed today. Bold and engaging without pretense, because in Wisconsin you don't have to be extreme to be real.

Staghorn Octoberfest - Märzen / Oktoberfest (6.25%):

This 100% natural oktoberfest-style brew is made with great Midwest barleys, the world's most expensive hops, fresh yeast from Germany and clear Wisconsin Water. Its smooth amber body, incredible spice bouquet and clean, crisp finish puts Staghorn in a class of its own. Hold this one up to the light of any harvest moon and enjoy "Wisconsin's Real Red."

Two Women - German-Style Pilsner (5.0%):

Four thousand years B.C., Sumerian women created the divine drink we call 'beer'. Viking women went on to brew in Norse Society, European Ale wives were successful cottage brewers and Artisanal women dominated  the daily brewing ritual up to the Industrial Revolution. Today, the brewing trade is primarily controlled by men. Two Women celebrates the tradition of beer through the collaboration of two craft companies led by women, New Glarus Brewing Company and Weyermann Malting. This classic pilsner is packed with Bohemian malts and Hallertau Mittelfrueh hops to produce a graceful brew that will tempt the taste buds of men and women alike.

Next Door Brewing (Madison, Wisconsin)

Kaleidospoke - American Pale Ale (6.0%):

With each sip you glide along a crisp, golden path. Pausing for those moments when the rolling mosaic of flavors captures your palate. Enjoying a generous hop aroma that guides the entire experience without leading you to an overly bitter finish. Kaleidospoke. Hop on, and enjoy the ride

Luminous - American IPA (6.8%):

And from the darkness did Luminous cast a glow upon the world of India Pale Ales. Its pale crystal malt generating a very light color unique to the style. The medium body and citrusy aromas illuminating a well-rounded bitterness that finishes clean. For a flavor that shines, plug in. Turn on. Come to the light!

North Coast Brewing Company (Fort Bragg, California)

Red Seal Ale - American Amber / Red Ale (5.4%):

Malt and hops are beautifully married in this full-bodied, copper-red pale ale. Red seal is generously hopped for a long, spicy finish that's not for the faint hearted. A perfect balance between refreshment and substance.

Scrimshaw - German-Style Pilsner (4.7%):

Named for the delicate engravings popularized by 19th century seafarers, Scrimshaw is a fresh tasting pilsner brewed in the finest European tradition. Munich malts and Hallertauer and Tettnang hops give Scrimshaw its crisp, clean palate, subtle hop character and dry finish.

One Barrel Brewing Company (Madison, Wisconsin)

Penguin Pale Ale - American Pale Ale (5.7%):

A good example of an American twist on the English classic, Penguin Pale Ale is more of a deep copper than pale gold, as is common for the style. The addition of American wheat malt gives is a unique profile that sets it apart from other APAs on the market.

Commuter Kölsch - Kölsch (4.8%):

Commuter Kölsch is very true to the style that originated in Koln (Cologne), Germany. Unfiltered, cold-conditioned, clean and refreshing with a crisp finish that makes this brew agreeable without being boring - the beer lover's session ale.

Potosi Brewing Company (Potosi, Wisconsin)

Snake Hollow IPA - West Coast-Style IPA (6.5%):

Once teeming with rattlesnakes, the Potosi valley was known as Snake Hollow. The name lives on in Potosi's Midwest IPA. Medium-bodied and generously dry-hopped, this brew boasts a bold citrus hop character, notes of grapefruit and a clean, bitter finish.

Wee Stein Wit - Belgian-Style White Ale / Witbier (5.25%):

Layers of flavor delight await you in this Belgian wheat-style ale. A light, creamy body compliments the zesty, spiced aromas of orange peel and coriander with a sparkling crisp and refreshing finish.

Shmaltz Brewing Company (Clifton Park, New York)

He'Brew Genesis Dry Hopped Session Ale - American Pale Ale (5.6%):

Balanced between a West Coast-style pale and an amber ale, the revamped recipe of He'Brew Genesis has just enough sweetness to highlight a flurry of hop aroma and flavor. Experience the evolution of Shmaltz's original creation.

He'Brew Messiah Nut Brown Ale - American Brown Ale (5.5%):

A complex, yet smooth blend of bold dark malts and subtle hop character. Hints of chocolate, coffee and toffee emerge to create a simply enchanting elixir. A true testament to the craft of the brewmaster.

Tyranena Brewing Company (Lake Mills, Wisconsin)

Bitter Woman IPA - American IPA (5.75%): 

Lest we forget Aunt Cal, an early resident of Lake Mills. Local history remembers her for blindly running into a hitching post and saying, "Excuse me, Dr. Dodge!"

It was said that she was an old sweetheart of the famous American poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. And she still had the love letters to prove it! Sadly, Aunt Cal never wed. Tyranena brewed Bitter Woman IPA the way they imagined Aunt Cal may have been, very fruity and intensely bitter. S o lift up a bottles of Bitter Woman IPA and toast Aunt Cal and the bitter woman you know. Cheers!

Uinta Brewing Company (Salt Lake City, Utah)

Baba Black Lager - Schwarzbier / Black Lager (4.0%):

This black lager has flavors of dark coffee, chocolate and subtle wood smoke without a heavy feel. Baba's black sheep color stands out but leads the herd in drinkability.

Hop Nosh IPA - American IPA (7.3%):

Uinta's flagship IPA boasts an assertive bitterness and vibrant hop aromatics. Expect notes of pine, lime zest and grapefruit, supported by a caramel malt backbone.

Hop Nosh Tangerine IPA - Tangerine IPA (7.3%):

Your new main squeeze. A play on Uinta's flagship IPA, this Hop Nosh Tangerine features and aromatic menagerie of tropical hops and tangerine zest that wraps up with a crisp, bitter finish.

Punk'n - Pumpkin Ale (4.0%):

This sessionable pumpkin ale is brewed with real pumpkin and a spice medley of nutmeg, cinnamon and all-spice. Perfect for the holiday season.

Victory Brewing Company (Downington, Pennsylvania)

Prima Pils - German-Style Pilsner (5.3%):

Prima! It's a German exclamation of joy. It's a recognition of accomplishment. It's what escaped from Victory's brewer's lips the first time they sampled this mighty pilsner recipe. With heaps of whole flower European hops and fine German malts, Prima has a bracing herbal bite and a smooth malt flavor. Prima - an exclamation of Victory! Prost!

Wasatch Brewery (Park City, Utah)

Ghostrider - White IPA (6.0%):

Legend has it  that Ghostrider roams Utah's Wasatch Range seeking revenge: "someone" lost his White IPA recipe. Smooth and crisp, it's made from pale barley and citrusy hops with wheat and a touch of coriander. It's way too good to hide!