The Bruery Acer Quercus
A collaboration brew between California's The Bruery and Vermont's Lawson's Finest Liquids, Acer Quercus is a smoky, dark, strong ale brewed with Vermont maple syrup, maplewood smoked malt, and oak cubes.
Tröegs Brewing Company Scratch #44
Brew number 44 in the experimental "Scratch Beer" series is a massive Belgian brown ale brewed with Demerara sugar, Saaz whole-leaf hops, and more than 40 pounds of Zante currants per batch.
Kelso of Brooklyn Flemish Red Ale
An easy drinking sour ale, Kelso's Flemish Red is aged for six months on oak for a dry, tannic finish to complement the tart character.
Ithaca Beer Company Dark Humor
A collaboration brew with Iron Hill Brewery, the Dark Humor is porter fermented entirely with Brettanomyces for a complex, earthy character.
Stillwater Artisanal Ales Barrel-aged Stateside Saison
Stillwater's flagship beer, their Stateside Saison, is a fine saison in its own right but this rare version, aged in Chardonnay barrels and re-fermented with multiple strains of Brettanomyces, is one of the most complex and enjoyable saisons in memory.
Old Burnside Brewing Company Highland Wild
A cask conditioned, wild Scotch ale from Connecticut's Old Burnside Brewing Company. While the nose was full of soil and fungus notes, the flavor was complex, earthy, and tart.
Captain Lawrence Cuvee de Castleton
The lighter of Captain Lawrence's two flagship sour beers, the Cuvee gains its unique character from the inclusion of wild yeast and muscat grapes before aging in French oak barrels.
Brewery Ommegang Eleven by Volume
A special beer brewed specifically for Belgium Comes to Cooperstown, the Eleven by Volume is a massive Belgian quad with lots of dark, malty notes.