Genesee Cream Ale 12pk Cans
Cream Ale from Rochester, New York

88DM

Genesse has been so successful throughout its 129 years of brewing that most fans of this classic American ale have no idea they're even drinking a style that varies significantly from the light American lager. Sure, the two styles taste similar, but the use of ale yeast is a significant change from the use of lager yeast, which makes for a fruitier and minutely more robust brew than its lager cousins. The aroma started out with the slightest hint of hops, and, on the tongue, a simple adjunct flavor accompanied by a mild fruit flavor made for a pleasant, refreshing experience. With a body this light and rounded it's hard to dislike this brew.

88 points, Draft Magazine

$8.99

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Kona Hanalei Island 6pk
American IPA from Kailua, Hawaii

$5.99

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Kona Big Wave 6pk
American Blonde Ale from Kailua, Hawaii

$5.99

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Pair O' Dice Hop Bet Red IPA 6pk
American Amber / Red Ale from Clearwater, Florida

$9.49

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Shock Top 12pk
Witbier from St. Louis, Missouri

$13.99

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Shock Top 6pk
Witbier from St. Louis, Missouri

$5.99

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Ayinger Brau Weisse 16.9oz
Hefeweizen from Aying, Bavaria, Germany

94BTI 93WE 92BA

Hazy light gold color. Bright, attractive, fruity aromas of banana nut muffin, spiced nuts, and clay with a supple, bright, effervescent, off-dry light-to-medium body and a smooth, appealing, breezy grainy bread, banana custard, tall grass, and minerals finish. A delicious rich and grainy hefe.

94 points, Beverage Testing Institute (Jul 2015)

A perfect summer sipper, this is a classic representation of the hefeweizen style. It opens with the telltale hefe appearance—a cloudy, golden-orange color and a frothy, fluffy white head that looks like cloud-topped sunshine in a glass. Initial aromas of bready wheat and cereal grain are partnered with hints of banana, raw dough, lemon peel and yeasty spice. Those notes continue through to the smooth and slightly creamy mouthfeel, while medium carbonation helps to the palate bright and refreshing through the peppery finish. Merchant du Vin.

93 points, Wine Enthusiast (Jun 2016)

Hints of lemon and clove with a mild fruit in the backround. Crisp carbonation with a bite in the dry body that has a slight oily feeling from the solvent(clove) byproducts of the yeast. A slight tartness surrounds the tastebuds upfront with a sourdough like bready flavour in the finish. Hop character is minimal as it should be. Slight spicy clove, mellow yeast, lemon grass and light apple fruity flavours touch the tounge. Punchy with a flavourful kick, pushing the envelope on refreshingly crisp and dry. Great after a meal to help to digest ... or to wash down some bratwurst and spicy mustard.

92 points, BeerAdvocate (Apr 2002)

$3.99

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Bass Pale Ale 12pk
English Pale Ale from Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom

$11.99

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Bernard Bohemian Ale 4pk
Belgian Strong Pale Ale from Humpolec, Vysocina Region, Czech Republic

$9.99

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Boddingtons Pub Ale 4pk Cans
English Pale Ale from Manchester, England, United Kingdom

$8.49

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Unibroue Blanche De Chambly 4pk
Witbier from Chambly, Quebec, Canada

91BTI 90BA

Minutely hazy golden yellow color. Lively, citrusy, spicy aromas and flavors of citrus peels, coriander, herb muffin, and wintergreen with an even, vibrant, fizzy, dry-yet-fruity light-to-medium body and a smooth, interesting, breezy radish sprouts, watercress, and minerals finish. A nice delicately spiced wit that is very refreshing and crushable.

91 points, Beverage Testing Institute (Mar 2016)

Light whiff of dehydrated fruit and sweet spices. Very crisp with a light to medium body, the crispness cradles the mild hop bitterness and the dry grain flavour. Soon after a peppery spiciness follows as well as a slight fruit flavour from the yeast. An underlying dried orange peel flavour lingers into the dry finish with some coriander. Part of the yeast was spilled into this sample ... it really added an other complexity to this brew. Not a bad White Ale to be had here, definitely closer to a Belgian White Ale than most American breweries have come. 5% abv.

90 points, BeerAdvocate (May 2002)

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The Chimay Blue Cap Grande Reserve 4pk
Belgian Strong Dark Ale from Chimay, Hainaut, Belgium

100WE

A tan thunderhead of foam rests atop this bronze ale. Smells of melon, flowers, fresh herbs; one of the most beguiling bouquets in beer. At 9% alcohol, almost wine-like. Opulent, sweet, honey-wheat flavors envelop the palate at entry, then at midpalate tastes of pears and peaches are added. Finishes sweet, ripe and fruity.

96-100 points, Wine Enthusiast (Mar 2003)

$22.99

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The Chimay Red Cap Premiere 4pk
Dubbel from Chimay, Hainaut, Belgium

97BA

Raw sweetness, peppery spiciness and light phenols. Soft powdery mouth feel with a crisp carbonation and medium body. Smooth. Very evident clove flavour up front and stays around throughout the beer. Hints of birch and ginger beer-like flavours, peppery medcinal phenols and light herbal tea hop flavour. Quite malty but it stays in the back. Fruitiness is likened to a delicate date sweetness and ripe plum. As the beer warms, there's also a suggestion of chocolate/carob. Finish dries a little though still a bit of residual sweetness leftover, herbal flavours also. We can die now. It's okay. Drinking this beer has made the cylce of life complete.

97 points, BeerAdvocate (Nov 2000)

$19.99

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The Chimay White Tripel Cinq Cents 4pk
Tripel from Chimay, Hainaut, Belgium

95BA 95DM

Hazed golden straw with a very active carbonation that holds the firm white lace together. Ripe apple skin and medicinal aroma with some pale grainy malt and earthy yeast. Richly textured with the ultra smooth and highly crisp mouth feel, carbonation is high though it is the perfect fixture and helps a bit in drinkability. Hop bitterness is quick but somewhat potent which is followed by an earthy yeast that has a soft powdery quality to it. Big fruitiness, with bold yet suitable alcoholic esters that don’t get too flamboyant. Alcohol is a bit illusory, you know its there but not at the 8.0% level. Grainy maltiness with hints of raw orange blossom honey and a good dose of medicinal phenols. Touch of sweetness upfront but eternally dry in the finish. This bottle has peaked and I am glad I had it now and not later down the road.

95 points, BeerAdvocate (Apr 2002)

Most people that enjoy beer have only experienced one Trappist brewery in their life, if they have experienced any at all: Chimay. The most well-known Trappist brewery (at least in the States) is the producer of three different beers. It is up for debate which of these is the best, but we would like to make an argument for their tripel, which is also known as Cinq Cents in the 25.4 fluid oz bottle. The aroma of this beer starts with spicy notes and the fragrance of dried peaches. The taste is akin to the aroma with the malt coming off clean and dominant. The smoothness of this beer gives way to a clean and surprisingly dry finish. This may be the lightest color beer in Chimay's repertoire, but it is certainly not lacking in flavor.

95 points, Draft Magazine

$21.99

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Delirium Tremens (750ml)
Belgian Strong Pale Ale from Melle, East Flanders, Belgium

90BA 89DM

Bright yellowish hue, good lace effect that holds most of the way. Sweet and phenolic aroma and flavour, peppery and fruity on a moderate body. Faint refined honey-like malt flavours mingle with the reserved yet concrete hop bitterness. Drying finish shows the alcoholic esters as well as some solvent higher alcohols that seem to leave as quick as they came in. A deceiving treat, as it will catch up on you if you don’t watch out, deceiving alcohols come through the back.

90 points, BeerAdvocate (Nov 2002)

Dressed in pink elephants, Delirium’s bottle pays homage to a time when these mammoths were associated with drunkenness (appropriate, considering this beer’s loaded with alcohol). Delirium pours pale gold beneath a puffy head that slowly dissipates. Nosing this brew doesn’t summon an aroma as clean or powerful as other versions, but pear and lemon hop scents do manage to pull away from the sticky alcohol notes. Sturdy and big, the swallow kicks off with heavy sugary sweetness and syrupy orange and pear notes, before a countering hop kick grips the sides of the tongue and leaves behind a peppery, floral taste. Loaded with sweetness and alcohol, Delirium is an excellent introduction to the power behind this Belgian style.

89 points, Draft Magazine

$11.99

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Delirium Nocturnum (750ml)
Belgian Strong Pale Ale from Melle, East Flanders, Belgium

94BA 93DM

Inviting dark colour with good lacing, big fruity and alcoholic aroma. Smooth and creamy on the palate with a mellow up front sweetness, mild apple like tartness and a mix of medicinal herb, spicy alcohol and slight grain in the dry finish. This is one Belgian that I'll be going back to for sure.

94 points, BeerAdvocate (Jun 2002)

Nocturnum’s aroma isn’t nearly as fleeting as its off-white head: Banana and mango sweeten wafts of toasted bread that grab the nose. Above a bready base, bubblegum flavors and hints of pineapple and banana stretch out alongside peppery spice. Subtle licorice emerges mid-sip, balancing the beer’s overt fruitiness, and combine with the pepper and a bitter bite to punctuate the finish. Fruit and spice stick around long after the swallow, making this beer an excellent showcase of Belgian yeast.

93 points, Draft Magazine

$11.99

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Delirium Red (750ml)
Lambic - Fruit from Melle, East Flanders, Belgium