Guinness 1759 Beer

One of the most iconic beer brands around has something special up its sleeve with Guinness 1759 this fall. 1759 is a limited edition amber ale based on a 200-year-old recipe using a blend of traditional beer malt and peated whisky malt, along with Guinness yeast. Named for the year that Arthur Guinness signed the lease for St. James' Gate in Dublin, and clocking in at 9% ABV, this should please those loyal to the Guinness brand and beer connoisseurs alike.

  • Alaskan Smoked Porter Beer

    Smoked beers, known as Rauchbier in Germany were almost non-existent in the United States until 1988, when Alaskan Brewing set the standard with their Alaskan Smoked Porter. Since then, it's received over 30 National and International awards, and is one of the most decorated beers in the history of the Great American Beer Festival. The dark, robust porter is a perfect pairing with smoked salmon, cheese, or just to warm up a bit on a cold night.

  • Beachwood Sadie Beer

    Already known for their solid stable of year-round beers and award winning brew pubs, Beachwood Brewing continues to impress with their barrel-aged program. One of the first bottled beers in the program is Sadie, a dark ale aged in bourbon barrels for 12 months. Sadie is a sweet, smooth drink, with plenty of caramel and vanilla and just a touch of oak. It's another hit for one of the most underrated breweries on the West Coast.

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