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  1. Amager & Cellarmaker The Dank Dane Rye & Wheat IPA

    Amager & Cellarmaker The Dank Dane Rye & Wheat IPA

    Dank as a Dane is said to be local slang for the exceptionally sweaty and smelly young Danish backpackers that you will see touring the Bay Area - and San Francisco in particular. Riding a BART, chasing street cars, gasping their way up hilly boulevards, insisting to jog the Golden Gate or climbing prison islands. You know the drill… However, modern day hipster backpackers are also said to be fond of their hoppy beers which is why they may theoretically end up with a very exhausted look on their faces while enjoying a huge glass of quenching IPA at San Francisco’s by far coolest, new brewpub, Cellarmaker. This spring we had the pleasure of a brewing visit from Tim Sciascia and Connor Casey of Cellarmaker fame. The collaboration beer we brewed we tried to keep in the tradition that has gained Cellarmaker a reputation for being one of California’s finest new breweries: lots of hops yes, but subtle, delicate, balanced and highly drinkable. We hope that you’ll find "The Dank Dane" to be exactly that. Learn More
    $8.98
  2. Amager & Jester King Danish Metal Imperial Stout

    Amager & Jester King Danish Metal Imperial Stout

    It was a true Texan invasion when Jester King came to Amager. We honestly lost count but we believe at least 8 or 9 of these cowboys came riding in - dragging their suitcase rollers along. And we didn’t put up much of a fight since it was the day after the Copenhagen Beer Celebration party. Morten fell asleep in the malt room and Jacob pretty much fell asleep leaning against the mash tun while mashing in. René? Well, we never saw René that day. Oh yes, we were beat. Dead meat we were. Crooked Stave came by, so did The Kernel and Off Color Brewing - or was it somebody else? Sorry, we totally lost track. But Manker was here….we think. But a beer was indeed brewed in this massive state of being wasted, and a bit of a beast it is. We took the original version of Jester King’s Black Metal - the one with a British ale yeast - and gave it a bit of a Danish spin. Hence Danish Metal was born. It’s rich and potent and powerful - just like a Texas steak. Or something. But we’re babbling. We’ll shut up now. Sorry. Learn More
    $10.99
  3. Amager Hr Frederiksen

    Amager Hr Frederiksen

    Even when just poured into the glass, you feel straight away that Mr. Frederiksen is a master of potency and great personality. Pitch-black as Mr. Frederiksen’s humor, this American style Imperial Stout has a dense and creamy, light brown head that leaves an abundance of lacing on the glass as it reluctantly settles. We are happy to admit that we have gone slightly berserk with malt in this beer, eight different varieties were used including black and roasted malts that give this beer its color and almost extreme density - this is almost a meal in a bottle. The bitterness is also supplied by the roasted malts backed by the American Centennial hops. Mr. Frederiksen is an experience to be savoured he should be enjoyed slowly throughout the course of an entire evening where you can warm yourselves by his alcohol and provocative charms. We have named this beer after a good friend without whose wonderful support and assistance Amager Brewery would not be where it is today. Ingredients: Water, barley malt, wheat malt, oats, hops and yeast Learn More
    $9.98
  4. Amager/Cigar City Xiquic

    Amager/Cigar City Xiquic

    Who Xiquic was, is a bit hard to explain - but we all know the hero twins: Wayne Wambles and Jacob Storm - headbrewers of Cigar City Brewing in Tampa, FL and Amager Bryghus, Denmark respectively. Since his first visit at Amager back in 2011 Wayne has been quite the idol for us. We don’t believe it’s possible to find anyone with a bigger heart in brewing - combined with the utmost passion and sense for detail. Therefore it was a great honor to us that Wayne accepted our invitation to come brew at Amager Bryghus - even on his birthday! A recipe was created from what seemed like an endless stream of emails. The Cigar City signature cedar wood was ordered and a birthday cake was baked. We had a fun day - we hope you’ll have fun enjoying this double mash cedar infused black pepper Imperial Stout, yeah, no kiddin’. It’s a bit of a beast - but a gentle one. Learn More
    $13.99
  5. Anchorage Brewing Company Mosaic Saison

    Anchorage Brewing Company Mosaic Saison

    Ale with brettanomyces aged and fermented in oak barrels. Learn More
    $12.99
  6. Anchorage Brewing Love Buzz Saison

    Anchorage Brewing Love Buzz Saison

    Ale brewed with Hobbs Family rose hips, peppercorns, and fresh orange peels. Dry-hopped in the barrel with Citra hops. Second fermentation in Pinot Noir barrels. Learn More
    $14.98
  7. Anderson Valley G&T
  8. Anderson Valley Old Fashioned 2018
  9. Anderson Valley The Kimmie, The Yink, and the Holy Gose Ale
  10. Avery 22 Anniversary 2015

    Avery 22 Anniversary 2015

    100% Brettanomyces drie Fermented Dry-Hopped Wild Ale. " While touring Belgium with the greatest of friends in 2006, the Avery family came across a stunning creation in a quaint countryside pub that we all agreed was the best brew of the trip. Secreting home a couple of bottles, they intended to cultivate the wild yeast that spontaneously worked its magic in Beersel and propagate our own projects here in Boulder." Learn More
    $6.98

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