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Monocacy H.L. Rex Pale Ale

The newest contender in the race for a great, sessionable pale ale comes from the folks at Monocacy Brewing in Frederick, Maryland and it's named H.L. Rex Pale Ale. This 3.7% brew is a perfect fit on a hot summer day, allowing plenty of repeated samples without the potential of a bad crash. What separates it from the growing number of session beers on the market is not only a great hop experience in aroma and taste, but also the attentive design that marks each bottle. Another worthy adversary as the dog days of summer roll on.

  • Beachwood Greenshift Double IPA

    Tired of hops yet? Yeah, we didn't think so. And when it comes to hopped up beers, it's tough to beat Beachwood Brewing. Greenshift Double IPA is the latest in a long line of hoppy, delicious beers to come out of their highly regarded brewery, and it might be the best. Brewed to celebrate their third anniversary, Greenshift has just about everything you'd want in a Double IPA, tons of hop varities, 10% ABV, and over 100 IBU as well. It's enough to make you pack up and head straight for the West Coast on a spontaneous vacation.

  • Founders Dissenter Beer

    Already well known for their stable of consistently great beers, Founders Brewing continues to impress with their Backstage Series as well, a limited edition release of something special. The latest Backstage release is Dissenter Imperial India Pale Lager, which just happens to be the first lager that Founders has brewed in twelve years. Dissenter may be a lager, but it isn't shy when it comes to hop influence, boasting a variety of citrus-forward hops and weighing in at 8.7% and 70 IBUs. You can find it in bottles starting on August 1st, but chances are it won't stick around very long.