The 10 best citrus beers for 2016

I don’t drink beer, but when I do I drink the beer that was originally made with it, says Scott Lapp, author of the new book “Beer for Everyone: From Home to the Tap.”

“There are a lot of people that really want to know what they’re drinking and I think people can get caught up in that.”

He adds that you can’t get too bogged down in the details.

“You need to understand that the beer is the story of how this was made, how it was made and what the ingredients were,” Lapp says.

“And the best beers are those that tell a story.”

The 10 beers that are the best on tap for 2016 The 10.7% ABV and 6.5% ABV beers The 10,000 Barrel Series by Blue Point Brewing The 10-year-old Blue Point beers are available on tap at select locations across the United States and the world. 

“We had the idea of doing a 10-pack that would include 10 of our beers,” says Blue Point founder and brewer Jeff Miller.

“I thought it would be a fun way to honor the history of the beer and it turned out to be one of the best-selling beers of 2016.”

Blue Point also produces some of the world’s most sought-after beers, including the Redhook Rye IPA and the Black Label IPA.

The 10 million-gallon Blue Point Barrels brewery is located in Wappingers Falls, New York.

It is the largest and most well-known of a number of barrel-aging operations.

“We wanted to do something different,” says Miller.

In the first half of the 20th century, the barrels of a barrel aged beer would sit in a barn for many months and would be poured and aged over the course of two years.

It was called a “barrel aging.”

A few years later, American brewers began experimenting with the idea and began brewing barrel-aged beer.

Today, the barrel aging process is considered the holy grail of brewing.

“The barrel aging has become a staple of our beer world,” says Lapp.

“It’s the process that allowed us to produce the most amazing beers.”

Miller and his team took a different approach to barrel aging.

The brewers used high-quality malted barley from the state of Washington to age their beer.

After the beer was finished, the barley was dried in a dry, cool environment, which gave the beer an extra layer of flavor.

The malted grain allowed the beer to be aged for longer and to develop new flavors. 

10.3% ABV Redhook IPA by BluePoint Brewing (US) A beer that is the perfect summertime beer for summer. 

9.8% ABV Wild West IPA by Sierra Nevada Brewing Company (US, Canada) The most popular American IPA of 2016. 

7.7 % ABV Wild India Pale Ale by The Bruery (US & Canada) This is one of Sierra Nevada’s best-sellers, which is a testament to the beer’s success in the US. 6.9% ABV Stone IPA by Stone Brewing Company Stone’s Stone IPA is a hoppy, refreshing IPA. 

5.6% ABV Saison de Bretta by St. Louis Brewery (US and Canada) This beer is perfect for summer because it’s light, refreshing and has a good balance of tartness and malt. 

4.5%-6% Alcohol by Brettanomyces: Pilsner by Stone (US&Canada) The Pilsners in the brewery are the beers most popular in the United State. 

3.9%-4.0% Alcohol By Citra: Bock by Stone

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