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Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock – Brauerei Aying; Aying, Germany

This family-owned brewery in the foothills of the Alps is famous for a full range of award-winning Bavarian specialty beers. Profoundly dark & rich with cascading layers of malt complexity. A lager, Celebrator gains richness and depth from multiple malt varieties and a complex mashing profile. ABV 6.7%

Hacker-Pschorr Weisse – Munich, Germany

A traditional wheat beer, intense golden color, wonderfully refreshing with fruity citrus notes, a light sweetness of bananas and honey, mildly bitter with a spicy nutmeg note. ABV 5.5

New Glarus Spotted Cow, New Glarus Brewery – New Glarus, WI

This cream ale is cloudy gold in color with a white head.  Pleasant, sweet flavor with aromas of malt, bread and fruit tones. ABV 4.9

Wisconsin Amber, Capital Brewery – Middleton, WI

This rich amber lager is the perfect balance of roasted caramel malts and clean hops flavors. ABV 5.2

Johnny Blood Red – Titletown Brewing, Green Bay, WI

Named in honor of legendary Packer Johnny “Blood” McNally, this Irish Red Ale features caramel malts and toasted barley. Just like its namesake, it’s a true winner. It took home the silver medal at the Great American Beer Festival for an Irish-style red ale. ABV 6.0%

Staghorn Octoberfest, New Glarus Brewery – New Glarus, WI

Staghorn is brewed using time-honored methods and Krausened to release the smooth flavor of roasted malts. This Octoberfest features a smooth amber body with a spice bouquet and clean, crisp finish. It’s called "Wisconsin's Real Red." ABV 6.2

Fruhling Bock – Hofbrauhaus Freising, Germany

Lift your glass to Spring with this flavorful single bock from the famous Hofbrauhaus in Freising. Just a touch of sweet to make you smile. ABV 7.3

Lakefront IPA, Lakefront Brewery – Milwaukee, WI

This American-style India pale ale has a rare hop combo that brings out a juicy, mouthwatering scent. It’s very hop-forward with a good malt support and a tingly hop burn, delivering a great aftertaste. ABV 6.6

Köstritzer Schwarzbier, Bitburger Braugruppe – Bitburg, Germany

Germany’s most popular black beer. Toasted bitter flavor with bittersweet herbs. A gentle tingle balances with an elegant and intensely aromatic freshness. Finishes with delicate bitter notes and a malty sweetness on the palate.  ABV 4.8%

Dark Helmet Schwartzbier– Titletown Brewing, Green Bay, WI

A black German lager with a rich aroma of coffee and chocolate with toasted malts. This full-bodied beer has a smooth finish. It grabbed a Bronze Medal in the Great American Beer Festival in 2009. ABV 5.0

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