Urban South, Holy Roller IPA
New Orleans, LA ($1.69)
"I love a good IPA (like, I really love them), and this hoppy brew from my friends down on Tchoup has become my go-to local source of delicious bitterness. Big, rich, a little "hazy," and full of all that hop flavor I crave. Pair this with a few pounds of spicy craws, and it really is a religious experience!" (12oz)
North Coast, Scrimshaw Pilsner
Fort Brag, CA ($1.69)
"There are few beer styles more classic and important than a good Pilsner, and this one has always been a flagship for me. Full bodied, crispy and clean, this is a true representation of brewing history. Scrimshaw is a beer that never lets me down and always is there when the world of triple IPA's brewed with milk and cookies and aged in wine barrels is too much." (12oz)
Prairie Artisan Ales, Bomb! Imperial Stout
"These days it's no surprise to me that good stouts are always among the highest rated beers in the world, but Prairie Bomb! was the first one I ever had that truly made me a believer. Brewed with coffee and chili peppers, this complex, boozy, and spicy stout is a true game changer. Well worth the price tag, and well worth holding on to for a few years if you have the patience. Prepare to be blown away!"