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Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA Beer

When it comes to well known craft breweries, there are few with a reputation and reach equal to Dogfish Head Brewery. The Delaware-based brewers are craft pioneers and have never been afraid to push the boundaries of beer styles. By now you've likely met their 60 Minute IPA or their 90 Minute IPA, but you may not have had an encounter with big brother 120 Minute IPA ($12) yet. Dogfish has been brewing this beast for over a decade, but the supply is always limited, and those with access aren't always up to the challenge. If you crack one open fresh, it's less of a hop bomb than you might expect initially, but the IBU intensity will sneak up and bash your palate at some point during a tasting. Grab a couple bottles if you can, share with a friend or set some aside to age like a fine wine.

  • Stone Farking Wheaton W00tstout Beer

    What happens when two uber geeks team up with Stone Brewing CEO Greg Koch? A perfectly geeky craft beer, of course. Stone Farking Wheaton w00tstout ($10) is the brainchild of actor Wil Wheaton, Fark.com creator Drew Curtis, and Koch, and is sure to turn some heads. It was brewed with rye, wheat malt and pecans and partially aged in Bourbon whiskey barrels. W00tStout crosses the finish line at 13% ABV, which is enough to make any geek a little weak in the knees. It might sound highly illogical, but this collaboration will be in high demand.

  • Oxbow Barrel Aged Farmhouse Pale Ale

    One of the trends worth following right now in the craft beer world is the abundance of Saisons and Farmhouse Ales. These styles of beer are brewed during the winter and by the time the summer months hit, are ready for consumption. Oxbow Brewing in Newcastle, Maine, who make "Loud Beer From A Quiet Place", also brews one of the best Farmhouse ales around, fermented in stainless steel and aged in oak barrels. The Barrel Aged Farmhouse Pale Ale ($15) is light, refreshing with just a hint of spice and tartness. Each batch is aged in a different kind of barrel with a slightly different recipe, but if you aren't near the brewery or in the surrounding region, it's going to be difficult to find.