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Bell's Oberon Ale

When it comes to craft beer and warmer weather, there aren't many better options than Oberon Ale from Bell's Brewery. Released each year at the start of baseball season, Oberon is a wheat ale fermented with Bell's signature house ale yeast that provide a summery golden hue and citrusy taste. It's the perfect pour for your patio session, companion while wrestling with lawn chores or just sitting around listening to the game.

  • New Belgium La Folie Beer

    If you think you hate sour beer, you probably haven't tried a really great one yet. New Belgium Brewing makes one of the best on the market, La Folie, released each spring. La Folie is a wood-conditioned beer, spending one to three years in French Oak barrels before bottling. The result is a unique sour brown ale, with plenty of tartness and a dry finish. It's a mouth puckering treat — waiting for you whenever you decide to graduate into the wild world of sour beer.

  • Guinness Foreign Extra Stout

    Now that St. Patrick's Day is in our rearview mirror, you might not have Guinness on your mind. But if you're limiting yourself to Guinness Draught then you're doing yourself a disservice. Guinness Foreign Extra Stout was the last recipe dreamt up by Arthur Guinness himself back in 1801, two years before he died. Designed for export, this beer is turned up to 7.5% ABV, but still carries many of the same qualities that you've come to love from the other beers in the Guinness line. Despite being their top seller internationally, FES is criminally underrated in the United States, and is more than worthy of a spot in your fridge.