Week of November 5th-11th 2018

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Dogfish Head Pennsylvania Tuxedo

    (Available in 4pk Bottles)

– Pale Ale

– ABV: 8.5%   IBUs: 50 

A spruce-infused pale ale, Pennsylvania Tuxedo pays homage to the flannel-suited hunters and gatherers who dwell deep in the backcountry of north-central PA. Brewed in collaboration with family-run outdoor clothing company Woolrich, Pennsylvania Tuxedo is a sessionable concoction with a grassy citrus kick complemented by the resinous conifer notes of fresh green spruce tips. We went into the forests of north-central Pennsylvania and Georgetown, Del., to pick these fresh tips ourselves. A dry yet doughy malt backbone lets the hops and spruce shine while still balancing out the bitterness, making this one an easy sipper.





Pabst Blue Ribbon Easy

    (Available in 12pk Cans)

– Pilsner

– ABV: 3.8%    

Easy going, approachable American Light Lager. 110 Calories.










Mike’s Hard Tangerine Lemonade

    (Available in 6pk Bottles)

– Malt Beverage

– ABV: 5%    

Mike’s Hard Tangerine Lemonade features a classic mix of tangerine, with clementine and mandarin notes and, of course, lemonade. The taste is refreshing, juicy and full of citrus flavor. The combination of fresh tangerines and lemonade tartness delivers a nice, clean finish with just the right balance of sweetness and citrus. 







Modern Times Bedrock

    (Available in 4pk Cans)

– American Brown Ale

– ABV: 6.2%   IBUs: 30

This nitrogenated miracle will be a resounding high-five between our coffee & beer program, combining a nitro brown ale and the coffee we roast mere footsteps away from the brewhouse, along with a generous helping of coconut. Expect a creamy, toasty, chocolaty delight that sings with big, beautiful coffee & coconut notes, and makes holiday gatherings substantially more awesome.








Modern Times Accumulated Knowledge

    (Available in 4pk Cans)


– ABV: 6.2%   IBUs: 65

IPA with Simcoe, Oregon Horizon, and Amarillo hops, and two-row, white wheat and pale malts. We’ve spent years obsessing over how to create the bomb-diggiest of IPA’s. We’ve scoured the globe for the choicest hops, exhaustively refined our malt bills and yeast strains, and fine tuned our methods and recipes to the point that some would consider ridiculous. We wouldn’t, and you’re about to taste why. VIbrant notes of stone fruit, pine and refreshing citrus dazzle the palate before making their exit in a graceful dry finish that argues convincingly for a follow up sip. Its the sum of our (current) IPA brewing wisdom, and it also happens to pair wonderfully with those veggie pakoras a couple of aisles over.





Miller High Life

    (Available in 750ml Bottles)

– American Lager

– ABV: 4.6%   IBUs: 7

A favorite among bartenders, brewers, and beer lovers in general, Miller High Life was launched as Miller Brewing Company’s flagship beer in 1903. Its crisp, easy-drinking flavor is the epitome of the American lager category. True to its original recipe, it’s brewed with a proprietary blend of malted barley, Galena hops from the Pacific Northwest, and Miller yeast.