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Firestone Walker Oaktoberfest Beer

Now that the calendar has ticked over to September, we don't feel as guilty tipping back fall beers anymore. And one you should never feel guilty about is Oaktoberfest from Firestone Walker. It's their take on a traditional German Märzen style complete with imported Pilsner and Vienna malts along with German Hallertau hops. Despite the oaky name, this Märzen is brewed in stainless steel tanks and gets its name from Firestone Walker's hometown, Paso Robles, which is Spanish for "Pass of The Oaks." Easily one of the best ways to celebrate the incoming fall season.

  • Rockmill Petite Saison Beer

    Here comes another great example of a Belgian Saison that you'd think comes from Belgium, but it's actually an Ohio product. Petite Saison from Rockmill Brewery in Lancaster, Ohio not only fits the bill of a high quality Belgian style Saison, complete with a yeasty malt flavor with some citrus influences, but also comes packaged in this great looking 375ml bottle, caged and corked. Serve it blind to a hardcore Belgian beer snob and see if they can tell you where it's from.

  • Almanac Golden Gate Gose

    Gose is quickly becoming the most popular new style in craft brewing after the thirst for some of those that were first to market continues to rise. Almanac Brewing decided to embrace the old German style with Golden Gate Gose. Almanac takes the classic wheat style and uses San Francisco Bay sea salt, lemon verbena and coriander grown especially for the brewery in Santa Cruz, California. The tart, refreshing beer makes sense just about anytime, but pair it with fresh seafood to unlock its true potential.