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Rogue Beard Beer

You read that right, it's called Beard Beer ($7). We know a lot of craft brewers sport a shaggy mug, but had no idea that one decided to use a yeast strain from their beard follicles and actually brew, bottle and sell it. Well, Oregon's Rogue Brewing, also known for odd one offs like Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale, have taken the next step in eccentric brewing ideas. Wild yeast strains are a common ingredient for craft brewers, but this is the first one we've heard of that grows from a brewmasters face. Nobody likes finding a hair in their beer, but if you're like us, you might just be curious enough to give this one a try.

  • Churchkey Beer

    Believe it or not, beer used to come in cans that required you to put in a bit of work before you could enjoy their hoppy essence. Churchkey Beer ($TBA) is looking to bring that experience back with a flavorful, golden Pilsner that comes in a flat-top can — leaving you only one way to get the sudsy goodness out. Extra points for friends that have a churchkey on hand without you warning them first. [Scouted by JT]

  • Duff Beer

    While we'd rather skip the massive gut, everything else about Homer Simpson's lifestyle — compulsive eating, guzzling beer, and watching TV — seems a-ok. Now you can take one step in that direction by ordering up a case of Duff Beer (£25; roughly $40). Brewed in Germany, this surprisingly smooth 4.7 percent lager is the perfect way to pick up a dull barbecue or tackle a tough Thursday afternoon. Woo-hoo!