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Pasteur Street Brewing Company "Passionfruit" Wheat Ale, Vietnam (330ml cans)

It is the tangy sweetness of fresh Passionfruit that dominates this otherwise mild brew. Light in body with a crisp taste and refreshing mouthfeel. Aroma Passionfruit Appearance Opaque Straw Flavor Tangy Passionfruit Finish Crisp and light

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Crux Fermentation Project "Half Hitch" Double IPA, Oregon (500ml)

From the brewery: "Hops climb up twine that’s just loosely tied to the trellis with a half hitch knot— and this Imperial IPA is just loosely tied to tradition. The Mosaic hop imparts surprisingly floral aromas instead of the more expected grapefruit-y notes. On the palate, complex layers of flavors might remind you of guava, mango, stone fruit and lemon, unraveling your idea of what an Imperial IPA should be."

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Mikkeller San Diego "Beer Geek Breakfast" Oatmeal Stout w/ Coffee, California (16oz cans)

Two former elite distance runners from Denmark--Mikkel Bjergsoe and Kristian Keller--combined forces to create Mikkeller. And while they have moved on from running to jobs in education and music, they have gained the most notoriety for their impressive lineup of brews--including Beer Geek Breakfast. This stout is the partners version of the beer lover's most important meal of the day--a fine mixture of oat and coffee stout.

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Baird Brewing "Rising Sun" Pale Ale, Japan (330ml)

This quenching brew is crafted in the American west-coast style. It sports a beautiful soft citrus hop aroma which gives way to a round, honeyed-fruit flavor. The finish is crisp and refreshing.”

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Original Pattern Brewing Co. "Mosaic" Dry Hopped Lager, California (16oz cans)

Mosaic is an American Lager boasting fantastic clarity with a frothy, white head. Aromas of lemon peel, pine, and oats compliment flavors of the same with a slightly bitter undertone. A light and semi-sweet body with a lingering dry finish are in perfect balance in this refreshing American Style Lager.

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Laughing Monk Brewing "Brother Wilson" IPA w/ Guava and Passionfruit, California (16oz cans)

Hopped with German Amarillo, Kohatu, El Dorado. Additions of Guava and Passionfruit.

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Barrelhouse Brewing Stout, CA (22oz)

From the brewery: "Since the first batch, our people can’t get enough of this creamy, complex, drinkable stout. We crafted this unfiltered brew with oats for creaminess, lactose for sweetness, Belgian dark syrups for intense dark fruit notes, dark malts for a hint of chocolate and coffee roast, and just enough hops for an award winning bittersweet finish. The perfect beer made for the perfect moment."

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New World Ales "Haze Must Be" Double Dry Hopped Hazy IPA, California (16oz cans)

Celebrate the Bay Area with Haze Must Be Always! A double dry hopping with Bay Area grown Cascade and Chinook combines with fresh Galaxy to create a uniquely local brew. Notes of grapefruit, passion fruit, and pine are most prevalent in this crushable haze, so grab a 4 pack and cheer on our local heroes!

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Seven Stills "Five Pounds Per BBL" Hazy IPA, California (12oz cans)

It came, it squawked, it conquered. That's right, after only a week away 5#'s has returned and somewhere along the way it got itself a new wardrobe! Along with a fresh splash of color, the 5#'s is now rockin a full Bird as well... because who doesn't want to give their friends the bird? 100% Mosaic hops finished at 5#'s per Barrel... All you need to know is that that translates to DELICIOUS

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Alambic IPA w/ Cognac, France (375ml)

From the 11th Century, northern Europe navigators came by the Charente River to seek the salt and the white wine of the “Champagne” and the “Borderies”, areas of the Cognac city region. Later, the 16th century saw the Dutch arriving in Cognac port, again in search of the famous white wine. In order to occupy less space for the sea journey, the Dutch started using them in their newly established distilleries where they were transformed into “brandwijn” – burnt wine – hence the name “Brandy”. Legend has it that at nightfall these northern European sailors, ... 

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