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Surly Furious Beer

The craft beer canning craze continues to grow across the United States. One of the breweries that has embraced canning and also brews amazing beer is Surly Brewing Company in Minnesota. Their "Beer For A Glass, From A Can" tagline applies to all of their offerings, but the IPA they call Furious ($10/4-pack) has separated itself from the pack. The crimson colored nectar might look more like an amber ale, but don't be fooled, it's a smooth hop celebration that demands additional research. The only time you might find yourself Furious is at the bottom of each pint.

  • 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.

  • Westbrook Mexican Cake Beer

    There are some beers that work best before a meal and others that pair nicely with your main course, and then there are beers like Mexican Cake ($10), that fit best alongside whatever you might be having for dessert — or as the dessert itself. Up and coming Westbrook Brewing out of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, celebrated their first anniversary way back in 2011, and for the first time brewed this delectable imperial stout that is aged on cocoa nibs, vanilla beans, cinnamon sticks and fresh habanero peppers. It was a big hit, big enough that they've brought it back now due to popular demand. So seek out a bottle or two, and skip dessert in favor of some of this after-dinner brew.