True to its name, Take 5 will make you want to do just that—set aside your work and your worries and take a sip (or five).
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Its aroma pairs luscious tangerine and tropical fruit with the acidic bite of citrus.
The beer, brewed with a Saison yeast and Galaxy and Lublin hops, is medium-bodied and lightly carbonated.
The Belgian-style stout was brewed with Green Bullet hops and horopito pepper leaves from the kiwi isles and then aged in pinot noir barrels.
This year’s La Folie is drawn from 13 different foeders and is perhaps the best and most complex yet.
The refreshing, six percent alcohol, dark amber brew is made with only Zeus hops, not a variety often used on its own.
Part of the Pennsylvania brewery’s Hop Cycle series, Cultivator Helles Bock is meant to celebrate the beginning of hop-growing season.
It's crisp, clean, and a perfect transition to spring.
The brewery’s late-winter seasonal offers a surprising, but welcome, alternative to the dark, strong brews that crowd the shelves in cold months.
Brewer Bill Madden finally releases a sour beer.