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You're almost done (boxing up that is)!  Arranging the beers in the box is the part where Amber is truly amazing.  Geometry comes into play here.  You have to arrange the beers just right so the box is tight and the beers don't move around. ...

Lame Duck pours a medium amber color, with the perfect amount of head. In the recent haze craze, anything amber that you can see through is sometimes dismissed. The color isn't too clear, which sometimes indicates a thin watery beer. Your nose can't miss the citrus fire that exudes after pouring....

B52 Upgrayedd smells of grapefruits, and pineapples from the dry hopping and a tiny little alcohol note plays the background. The aromas are ppowerful and ppleasant - two P's for a double dose of aroma. It tastes...

BAKFISH I Tell You Wit pours beautifully with a finger of thick, froathy white head. It resembles a cloudier glass of freshly squeezed orange juice that sips incredibly smoothe, with a light body and moderate carbonation. Bold flavors of sweet orange and spicy coriander devour the palette in a delightful balance that veers toward...

Spindletap Juiceston pours an orange hazy  color with a good amount of head that is typical of Double IPA's.  The lacing is there but minimal.  The aroma is killer on this one people.  You get a tropical aroma that is heavenly.  I definitely pick up some guava on the nose as well as citrus flavors....