No. 5 | Wander Brewing | Uncommon California Common

Smooth. Toasty malt backbone with v. low caramel note. Rustic woodsy hops. Firm bitterness. Good example of the style. – 5.5% ABV | 39 IBU

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No. 8 | Chuckanut Brewery | Kölsch

Kölsch German Style Ale is made exclusively in the city of Cologne, Germany. Kölsch is a blonde, top fermented ale brewed from pilsner malt. Bitterness is restrained, and the palate is light-bodied and dry with a soft malt flavor in the center giving way to a dry finish. Kölsch has won 3 Gold GABF awards […]

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No. 6 | Skookum Brewery | Murder of Crows

A big, roasty, American Stout, brewed with a plethora of specialty malts and finished on old crow whiskey oak cubes. Bitter chocolate, oak, dark fruit and a subtle smoky char. – 9.0% ABV | 70 IBU

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No.10 | Nitro | Foggy Noggin | Baby Berkeley

Dry Irish stout – 4.1% ABV | 45 IBU

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No. 9 | Hemlock State Brewing Co. | It’s Always Hazy in MLT Ch. 5

Hazy IPA – 6.8% ABV | 35 IBU

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No. 4 | Bosk Brew Works | Wealth & Riches Kristal Weiss

Amber colored with Pilsen, Wheat, and Munich malts, and fermented with a dedicated wheat yeast for a spicy, slightly smoky flavor with hints of vanilla and banana ester. A bright cousin to Bavarian Hefeweizen. – 4.3% ABV | No IBU

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No. 2 | Republic of Cider | Hibiscus Rose Julep

Blended hibiscus from Taiwan and Mexico with a hint of rose and a touch of fresh squeezed citrus. Republic of Cider then added a touch of agave to enhance the flavor profile. – 6.4% ABV | No IBU

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No. 3 | Old Schoolhouse Brewery | Renegade IPA

American IPA – 7.4% ABV | No IBU

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No. 1 | Stellanator | Dopplebock

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No. 7 | Foggy Noggin Brewing | Kastrated Dawg

Castrated livestock improves the strength and durability, which creates a bolder and more aggressive breed. Kastrated Dawg is aggressively bold, while gentle and smooth. A big malt forward flavor is well balanced with an aggressive hop bitterness. All tongue with nothing to lick. – 5.7% ABV | 59 IBU

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