Visit Cart Search
Visit Cart

Ryan And The Gosling Beer

Rarely outdone with cleverly named beers, Evil Twin Brewing are at it again with Ryan And The Gosling. Evil Twin, who are always collaborating with other brewers, worked together with the fine folks at Crooked Stave Brewing in Denver, Colorado for this unique, and limited brew. It's a brett fermented pale ale brewed with citrus juice, peel, and citra hops. Making it a funky fresh, zesty, low alcohol (4%) treat perfect for a warm day — or maybe another viewing of Drive.

  • Dock Street Walker Beer

    With the success of shows like The Walking Dead it's only natural to see companies crawling over each other to capitalize. But we know a unique product when we see one, and Philadelphia based Dock Street's Walker appears to be the real deal. Walker is an American Pale Stout, that is heavy on the malt and brewed with — wait for it — roasted goat brains and cranberries. The only beer to stock in your apocalypse bunker, or to drink while watching AMC's The Walking Dead finale on March 30th, which just happens to coincide with the release of Walker.

  • 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.