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Westbrook Gose Beer

What is old is new again in craft brewing circles, as brewers dig up recipes from brewing's storied past. One of the latest — and greatest — in this line is Westbrook Gose, a German-style wheat beer brewed with coriander and sea salt. The result is pure summer refreshment in a can as the Gose is both sour and a bit salty, providing a tart sipper that clocks in at just 4% ABV. Leave to the brewers at Westbrook in South Carolina to bring a historic German recipe back from the dead.

  • Terrapin Guano Loco Beer

    You might not think of the phrase "fiesta in your glass" when it comes to beer, but that is exactly what the brewers at Terrapin Brewing had in mind when they created Guano Loco. This unique offering is a Chili Pepper Brownie Ale, giving you a rush of chocolaty sweetness with some cinnamon and mild chili pepper spice on the finish. Guano Loco means "batshit crazy", but Volume 23 in Terrapin's Side Project Series isn't as wacky as the name suggests. It is, however, one of the better chocolate, chili pepper beers we've tasted.

  • Prairie Funky Gold Mosaic Beer

    It seems like the brewers at Prairie Artisan Ales in Oklahoma turn everything they touch into gold — including one of their latest creations, Funky Gold Mosaic. This sour ale is dry-hopped with loads of Mosaic hops — which is probably the hottest hop strand since Citra — making this tart, refreshing beer an incredibly unique offering. But it's the undeniable balance that really make this beer shine, as the fantastic hop aromas and sour bite mingle like friends at a summer backyard barbecue.