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These are the beers you should be drinking right now.
“We really wanted to give directly into the hands of people who are doing something very selfless," says Estelle Theobalds of Canopy Beer Company.
It’s hard to think of a better place to socially distance.
- Evil Twin
Evil Twin gets just as weird with water as it does beer, so I was keen to see how a salted caramel seltzer would taste. Spoiler alert: It's pretty damn good.
- El Segundo Brewing Company
Broken Skull—a collaboration with Stone Cold Steve Austin—is a delightfully drinkable classic IPA.
- Crooked Stave Artisan Brewing Project
Sour Rosé is as elegant as beer gets but it drinks without any pretense. Just egalitarian refreshment, berry-bursting sip after sip.
- Jack's Abby Brewing
Jack’s Abby has created an ideal after work beverage—no matter what your workday looks like.
- Pabst Blue Ribbon
What if you could catch a buzz off Yoo-hoo?
- Alaskan Brewing Company
The geography may not make sense, but the flavor of Alaskan Brewing Company's Pineapple Jalapeño Gose certainly does.
- Fat Orange Cat Brew Company & Nightmare Brewing
Inspired by a scene from 'American Psycho,' Fat Orange Cat and Nightmare brewing collaborated on a terrifyingly good triple IPA.
- Other Half Brewing
Other Hal's All Together IPA—brewed to benefit workers laid off due to COVID-19—stands on its own as a nearly flawless example of a hazy IPA gone right.
“We really have developed a little capital, a northern lighthouse when it comes to craft beer.”
After Boulevard Brewing Co. was acquired in 2013, it made room for Kansas City's locally owned breweries to find traction and their own niche.
Whether east, west, south, central, or right outside the San Juan metropolitan area, there is a craft brewery nearby—and only more to come.