10 Specialty Bottles & Cans
- SURLY BARREL-AGED PENTAGRAM (2017)
6 months of barrel aging (18 in red wine barrels and 8 in rye whiskey barrels) amplify Pentagram's intense sour cherry, tobacco, oak and Brett notes.
- GOOSE ISLAND BRASSERIE NOIR
Imperial Stout aged in wet cabernet barrels for dried fruit aromas with vanilla and currant tones, balancing a malty sweetness and sharp acidity.
- LINDEMANS FRAMBOISE LAMBIC
This Belgian Lambic has a gorgeous red color, sweet and tart aromas and a rich, raspberry flavor that is both refreshing and highly drinkable.
- PRAIRIE ARTISAN FUNKY GOLD CITRA
Using their Prairie Gold as a base, this version gets a dry hopping of Citra hops for a dry-hopped sour ale with light and citrusy, juicy and tart flavors.
- GOOSE ISLAND HALIA
A farmhouse ale aged in wine barrels with peaches. The result is bright fruit notes in a soft, hazy body that finishes slightly tart and sweet with the pleasant character of ripe, juicy peaches.
- WIDMER OLD EMBALMER (2012)
Brewed with copious amounts of malts, this year's version features Bravo hops that lend earthy and floral qualities for a brilliant balance and velvety finish.
- DESCHUTES THE ABYSS (2016)
Made with black strap molasses and licorice, dry spiced with cherry bark and vanilla bean; 21% oak bourbon, 21% oak wine, 8% OR oak barrel aged.
- NEW BELGIUM TRANSATLANTIQUE KRIEK (2017)
A blend of sour cherry bliss created using half Oud Beersel Kriek, a Lambic aged on Polish cherries, and half of a NB foeder-aged sour golden ale.
- PRAIRIE ARTISAN TULSA TWISTER
Farmhouse Ale brewed with Danish malt and Simcoe hops, fermented on Saison yeast and dosed with brettanomyces. Collaboration with Amager Bryghus of Denmark.
- GRAND TETON WAKE UP CALL
Distinct, robust coffee flavor blends with roasted malts while caramel, chocolate and black malts give a dark color and overtones of caramel with a cocoa-like sweetness.