Four Afternoon Beers to Try

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1. Not Your Father’s Cream Ale

A creamy botanical craft beer brewed with Madagascar Vanilla, combining a lightly sweet savor with a smooth finish to create a refreshing botanical craft beer.

Small Town Brewery (Illinois)
smalltownbrewery.com

2. Tröegs Perpetual IPA

Cycling through the dry-hopping method, this bold Imperial Pale Ale emerges rife with sticky citrus rind, pine balm and tropical fruit.

Tröegs Brewing Company (Pennsylvania)
troegs.com


3. Exit 3 Blueberry Braggot

Braggot is an ancient style– written about since the 12th century. This Braggot features local blueberries and honey, a very limited amount of hops and is fermented with Belgian-style yeast.

Flying Fish Brewing Company (New Jersey)
flyingfish.com

4. Bel Air Sour

A thrilling jolt of tartness up front opens onto a riot of tropical fruit due to Amarillo dry-hopping. Soft barley and wheat malts keep things dry and refreshing. Brooklyn Bel Air Sour is racy, but also effortlessly breezy.

Brooklyn Brewery (NYC)
brooklynbrewery.com

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