20 Beers You Have to Try Immediately

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While I won’t say these beers are the best in the world (that would be too subjective), I will say that the beers listed are definitely worth trying at some point in your life (and the sooner, the better). Some you’ve undoubtedly heard of and some you might have seen at your favorite tap. Others you’ll have to do some research in finding out how to obtain them.


20 Beers Everybody Should Try:


1. Pliny the Elder (Russian River Brewing Company)
One of the most revered IPAs in the US. It’s perfectly balanced, making it perfectly delicious.

2. Pliny the Younger (Russian River Brewing Company)
If you thought Pliny the Elder was hard to find, try finding its younger brother.

3. Chipotle Ale (Rogue)
An amber ale infused with some smoked chipotle chile peppers. It’s probably the only beer that you’ll chase with with a glass of milk.

4. Bigfoot Barleywine Style Ale (Sierra Nevada)
When it’s cold outside, and you want a bold, robust beer, this is the beer to order.

5. Peanut Butter Milk Stout (Belching Beaver Brewery)
Have you ever wondered what it was like to drink a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup?

6. Zombie Dust (Three Floyds)
It’s hoppy, fruity and just a flat-out great pale ale.

7. Edmund Fitzgerald Porter (Great Lakes Brewing)
When it comes to porters, it’s ridiculously smooth.

8. 120 Minute IPA (Dogfish Head)
The high alcohol and IBUs are worth the headache the next morning.


9. Canadian Breakfast Stout (Founders Brewing)
It’s hyped for good reason — it’s sweet, frothy, and makes an excellent breakfast drink (hence, the name).

10. 5 Lizard (5 Rabbit Cerveceria)
A fruited wheat ale with tons of coriander, passion fruit, and lime peel.

11. Ninja Porter (Asheville Brewing Company)
As its name derives, is a vividly, sneaky beer.

12. Speedway Stout (Alesmith)
If an espresso and a beer had a child, this would be its offspring.

13. Darkness (Surly Brewing Company)
If big flavor is what you are searching for, big flavor is what you’ll get.

14. La Folie (New Belgium Brewing)
Don’t say I didn’t warn you,it’s super sour, but equally delicious.

15. Hefeweissbier (Weihenstephaner)
A classic German Hefe that all others should be measured against. It’s that good.

16. Buzzerkeley (Calicraft Brewery)
It’s the champagne of beers (literally).

17. Two Hearted Ale (Bell’s Beer)
Hefty on the hops, hefty on the sweetness. And it won’t break the bank to get your bands on it, either.

18. Utopias (Sam Adams)
It’s as close to a bourbon as a beer can get while still being classified as a beer. At 27% ABV, you will definitely fell its effects.

19. Volta Saison (Gigantic Brewing Company)
Lots of spice and lots of fruit.

20. Leaf Blower (Green Man Brewery)
A seasonal beer for early September, before you make the purge to the more malty beers that are more plentiful in October.


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