Schlafly Imperial Oktoberfest Beer

It's tougher than it should be to find a good Oktoberfest beer made by an American brewery. Thankfully, choices like Schlafly Imperial Oktoberfest are available. The brewery ferments their Marzen for several months, just like the German brewers who created this seasonal style. They add plenty of Munich-sourced malts and German hops to the brew before it's bottled in these 750-ml bottles with a swing-top. It's malty, lightly sweet, and bold enough to share at 8% ABV.

  • Rogue Rolling Thunder Imperial Stout

    In 2015 Rogue acquired vintage, WWII-era coopering equipment making them the only brewery-distillery-cooperage in the country. Rolling Barrel Thunder Works is the Rogue barrel making arm of the company, and Rolling Thunder Stout is the fruit of their labor. It's brewed using ingredients grown at Rogue Farms and ocean aged in Dead Guy Whiskey-soaked barrels made by hand using Oregon Oak coopered at Barrel Thunder Works. The beer itself is a big and bold 14% ABV stout available in 1-liter swing-top bottles.

  • Starck Beer

    It's not every day that a world-famous designer lends his talents to the beer world. But that's exactly the case with Starck Beer, a collaboration between Brasserie d'Olt and French design giant Philippe Starck. The beer is an IPA, created using organic spring barley, three types of hops, and brewed with no additives, coloring, or preservatives. It's packaged in these beautiful and unique glass bottles designed by Starck himself, leaving his creative fingerprints on yet another industry.

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