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.

Waterline Brewing

XPA: 5.2% Light in body and low in bitterness, but packed with heaps of new world flavors from New Zealand hops.

Flytrap Brewing

West Coast IPA: 7.8% IPA with solid bitterness, citrus-forward with a bit of a piney, resinous hop character. This beer was just added to the core lineup in the Flytrap taproom. They’ll be bottling limited runs directly from their serving tank regularly in order to maximize freshness.

Ironclad Brewery

Guapa Guava Lager: 5.3% This light-bodied lager lends a grainy finish to the guava fruit. Has a touch of hibiscus to bring out the color of spring and the flavor of berries.

Mad Mole Brewing

Molesieur: 6.5% 26 IBU This bright French Saison boasts notes of cardamom, melon, and honey with a crisp, dry finish.

Edward Teach Brewing

Session IPA: 4.7% Brewed with ruthless additions of centennial and columbus hops to create a bright aroma & resiny flavor with a clean finish.

Front Street Brewery

Tomb Rocker: 8.1% Brewer Christopher’s most-prized creation, perfected in his seminary dorm room while studying to be a priest! This unique ale is brewed with monk-like devotion, using honey and heather flowers from the Scottish highlands, to create an incomparably smooth and vinous libation with the depth and complexity of fine Port wine. Gloriously easy to drink, and unlike any other earthly beer: it’s even been blessed by an Orthodox priest!