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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%

Blood Orange Radler, Gray Brewing Company Janesville, WI

Enticing blend of American wheat beer and natural blood orange juice. The combination of the distinct wheat beer and natural blood orange essence makes for a remarkably refreshing, crisp and flavorful brew. ABV 3.6

Spaten Oktoberfest – Munich, Germany

The Bavarians have released the fall favorite!  A deep amber brown with a mild aroma of baked bread, with caramel malt and toasted grains. Aromatic, savory and golden. ABV 5.9%

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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