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Stone Enjoy By IPA Beer

Stone Brewing cares so much about how fresh their beer is, they named one of them after the date they want you to consume it by. We usually don't like people telling us what to do, unless they are telling us to drink "devastatingly fresh" beer. Enjoy By IPA ($8) clocks in at 9.4% alcohol by volume and smacks you in the nose with fresh citrusy floral aromas. The sooner you open it the sooner you get the grassy, resiny hop bite, which is a challenge to even the most experienced hop heads. Stone is rolling it out to different states one batch at a time, and it's pretty clear there's no better time to consume a bottle than now.

  • The Alchemist Heady Topper Beer

    The state of Vermont might be best known for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream or maple syrup, but what they should be known for is beer, and one beer in particular. The Alchemist is currently focused on brewing one beer perfectly, Heady Topper ($12/4-pack), and seem to be at or near perfection already. The world class IPA is loaded with hops but isn't the most bitter or strongest IPA you've had, just the most balanced. You'll also notice the request on each vessel to "DRINK IT FROM THE CAN" which is quite enjoyable, but we haven't had one yet that wasn't, regardless of your quaffing preference.

  • AleSmith Speedway Stout Beer

    Most of the coffee stouts on the market today owe a debt of gratitude to Speedway Stout ($12) from AleSmith Brewing. It wasn't the first Imperial Stout to have a strong coffee profile, but certainly set the tone for plenty of other big coffee stouts that have followed in its tire tracks. It's a huge stout with plenty of chocolate and coffee, both that play well off each other, providing an excellent balance that is incredibly easy to drink. But there's no need to race to the finish when navigating this Speedway, at 12% ABV, it's best to just stay in your lane and enjoy the ride.