A weekly roundup of local and craft beer that can be found around the area on tap, in bottles, or in cans. These are not beer reviews and should be used for entertainment purposes only.

Bill’s Brewing Company

New-Age: 6% A light and fluffy pale ale made with oats, flaked wheat, and pilsner malts. Exhibits strong citrus and mango notes in both flavor and aroma from Citra and Simcoe hops.

Ironclad Brewery

Guava Lager: 5.3% This lager gets its pizazz from guava puree and cold brewed coffee for a fruity brew with a zip!

Waterline Brewing Company

Kurt Vienn-ugget: 6.4% Made with Vienna malt and 100% Nugget wet hops. With notes of fresh melon, orange marmalade and toasted bread. Brewer Dani says, “I could have called it Breakfast of Champions, but where’s the pun in that?”

Flytrap Brewing

Sour Papaya Pomegranate Saison: 6.1% Another fruity, tart spin on their house saison, this new brew presents bright, zippy sour notes accompanied by delicate notes of sweet pomegranate and papaya.

Salty Turtle Beer Company

Bourbon Barrel-Aged Barnacle Bill’s: 8% Bourbon & brown ale lovers unite! This boozey companion of the OG brown ale has all of the characteristics of a first-use barrel–sharp whiskey and smooth, oaky barrel with a firm, malty backbone. Finishes warm, like a hefty pour of bourbon.

Mad Mole Brewing

Ledermolesen: 4.8% This Bavarian style pilsner is light, crisp and clean with a welcomed bitterness to round out the bready finish.