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Crooked Stave Surette Saison

With the large amounts of new breweries opening across the US these days, it's tough to keep tabs on which ones are worth your time. Crooked Stave in Denver, Colorado is more than worthy, and beers like Surette Saison are part of the reason. Surette is a provision saison, meaning that the style of beer was historically brewed with higher alcohol content for longer storage and aging. Surette carries a slightly higher 6.2% ABV, but with the perfect mix of mild herbal spice, tartness and refreshing impact on your palette, you'll hardly notice the alcohol. A ideal treat as the temperature rises outdoors.

  • Pipeworks Citra Ninja Beer

    If you hear good things about the craft beer boom in Chicago, it's hard to have the conversation without mentioning Pipeworks Brewing. Citra Ninja is a standout amongst a full slate of great options that Pipeworks offers, and it stands out for a reason. Bursting from the bottle with citrusy hop aromas, Citra Ninja is aggressive yet subtle, swiftly attacking your palate like, well, a ninja. The Citra hop strain might be the trendiest hop on the market right now, but not everyone wields it as well as Pipeworks with Citra Ninja.

  • Firestone Walker Easy Jack IPA

    As hophead culture continues to grow, so does the demand for aromatic, hoppy beer that won't get you lit up after a couple of pints. Easy Jack IPA from Firestone Walker Brewing is the latest session IPA to hit the market, and it's probably one of the best around. Already recognized for the other "Jack" beers in their portfolio like Union Jack and Double Jack, Easy Jack is a perfect addition to the family, with great hop aroma and a balanced taste profile you've come to expect from the fine folks at Firestone Walker.