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Churchkey Beer

Believe it or not, beer used to come in cans that required you to put in a bit of work before you could enjoy their hoppy essence. Churchkey Beer ($TBA) is looking to bring that experience back with a flavorful, golden Pilsner that comes in a flat-top can — leaving you only one way to get the sudsy goodness out. Extra points for friends that have a churchkey on hand without you warning them first. [Scouted by JT]

  • Royal Virility Performance Beer

    Not content to simply release a "special edition" brew for the upcoming royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, BrewDog has gone one better and created Royal Virility Performance Beer (£10; roughly $17). Limited to just 1,000 330ml bottles, this 7.5% ABV India Pale Ale is infused with natural aphrodisiacs like herbal viagra, chocolate, and Goat Weed, as well as "a healthy dose of sarcasm." If you can't marry like royalty, you might as well screw like them.

  • Sam Adams Infinium Beer

    Forget the Moët — ring in 2011 the right way by toasting a glass of Sam Adams Infinium Beer ($20). Sold in a wine-like 750 ml bottle with a foil-covered cork top, this unique brew is the result of a two-year collaboration between our friends at the Boston Brewing Co. and Germany's Weihenstephan Brewery, and features a deep golden color with fine bubbles, a fruity, slightly spicy aroma, and crisp malt and citrus flavors. Oh, and it's 10.3 percent alcohol by volume, so you needn't worry about its inability to get you nice and happy by the time midnight rolls around.