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.

Flying Machine Brewing Company

Atmospheric Pressure: 8.5% This small batch of Imperial Berliner Weisse is chock-full of blueberry and raspberry with added vanilla and lactose. Small pours only on this insanely smooth libation.

Edward Teach Brewing

Half Truth Wit: 4.7% Named after Blackbeard’s daughter Angelica who was known to be very deceiving with her words, this Belgian Wit was aged with lemon peel & has fragrant clove notes in the aroma with a balanced hint of lemon zest. The flavor profile showcases pils & wheat malt character with a crisp and easy finish.

Waterman’s Brewing

Lumina Landing Lager: 4.6% This easy drinking lager is light, crisp, and refreshing making it the perfect choice for an afternoon on the boat or an evening at the beach house. A herbal aroma accompanied by a slight hoppy finish makes this lager stand out from the crowd.

Bill’s Brewing Company

Hail the Leaf: 5.4% This modernized American Pale Ale is loaded down with Citra and Simcoe. A light haze is present with a balanced (42 IBU) bitterness from Simcoe first wort hopping. No boil hops, but a substantial whirlpool of Citra and Simcoe give the finish a citrus and fresh fruit aroma and flavor.

Flytrap Brewing

Black & Blueberry Berliner Weisse: 4.3% This German style sour was fermented with tons of whole blackberries & blueberries. Now pouring!

Salty Turtle Beer Company

Big Shakey: 6.5% Bright, fruity IPA meets bitter, dark roast coffee for a unique combination of flavors perfect for the hop head or stout lover. This brew finishes with firm bitterness from roasted malts and fruit notes of pear and fuji apple.