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Rogue Dead Guy Ale

You can't help but love a beer that got its name from a bunch of Deadheads celebrating the Mayan Day of the Dead, and it's even better when the brew is actually good. Rogue Dead Guy Ale ($9) is a German Maibock-style beer with a powerful flavor, made with Rogue's proprietary Pacman ale yeast, free range coastal water, and high-end malts and hops, resulting in a honey-colored brew with a taste to die for.

  • The End of History Beer

    And what a fitting name it is. The End of History Beer ($650-$900) is an ultra-limited — as in, it might already be sold out — 55% alcohol blond Belgian ale, brewed using crazy freezing techniques, and featuring hints of juniper berries, mead, and nettles. Of course, being the world's strongest and most expensive beer wasn't enough for these restless brewmasters, so they took things one step further, and packaged the beer inside taxidermied roadkill, creating the end game of premium beer. Seriously, just look at it.

  • Boddington's Pub Ale

    First brewed in Manchester in 1778, Boddington's Pub Ale ($7) is a one-of-a-kind pale ale. Its pint-sized cans feature the "Draughtflow" system that uses a pressurized insert to release millions of tiny bubbles upon opening, creating the same creamy head as a traditional hand pulled draught. This tasty golden brew goes down great with lamb or game, or all by itself.