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New Belgium La Folie Beer

If you think you hate sour beer, you probably haven't tried a really great one yet. New Belgium Brewing makes one of the best on the market, La Folie, released each spring. La Folie is a wood-conditioned beer, spending one to three years in French Oak barrels before bottling. The result is a unique sour brown ale, with plenty of tartness and a dry finish. It's a mouth puckering treat — waiting for you whenever you decide to graduate into the wild world of sour beer.

  • Omnipollo Nebuchadnezzar Beer

    The Swedes may not be known for making great IPAs, but Nebuchadnezzar from Omnipollo is quickly changing those preconceptions. It's a double IPA that was originally a home brew recipe and due to demand has been scaled up to reach a wider audience. Within the beautiful bottle is a citrus forward IPA that weighs in at 8.5%, with some subtle but important Belgian yeasts to balance things out. It's won just about every 'best of' award in Sweden, and is now beginning to make its way to US shores.

  • Founders KBS Beer

    A staple of the rising craft beer culture are release events for special beers, done once a year and many times at the brewery only. KBS (Kentucky Breakfast Stout) from Founders Brewing might be the best of these releases, and you can find it outside of the brewery walls as well. KBS is an imperial stout brewed with an ungodly amount of chocolate and coffee, and then aged in bourbon barrels for a full year. The other bourbon barrel coffee stouts are imitators, while KBS is the innovator. Don't pass up a chance to try this highly acclaimed beer this spring.