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Nine rare, mysterious and delicious beers to seek out at SAVOR

Unless this is your first taste of SAVOR, you’ve likely heard tell of the epic craft beer list curated each year for the event. This edition—held in Manhattan for the first time ever—is no exception. Every one of the 76 participating craft brewers will bring amazing liquid to the event. While we don’t have the time or space to go into detail on everyone’s offerings, here are a few highlights from breweries that have acquired a cult following over the years.

It’s a nearly impossible task to tease out only nine highlights from the entire SAVOR menu. All of these beers have earned ratings of 90 points or more on both Beer Advocate and Rate Beer’s crowd-sourced rating websites, so they must be doing something right!

Avery Brewing Co., Odio Equum, a sour ale brewed with red raspberries and aged in Cabernet Sauvignon barrels. 7.89% ABV

Bell’s Brewery, Raspberry Wild One, an American wild ale aged in oak wine barrels with raspberries. 6.5% ABV

Cigar City Brewing, José Martí, a heavily hopped high gravity porter. 8% ABV

Firestone Walker, Brewing Co., Parabola, a bourbon barrel aged Russian imperial oatmeal stout. 13% ABV

Stone Brewing Co., Espresso Imperial Russian Stout Vintage 2013,  an authentic imperial Russian stout brewed with espresso coffee beans. 10.5% ABV

The Brewer’s Art, Ozzy, a Belgian golden strong ale hopped with Styrian Goldings. 7.25% ABV

The Bruery, Bois, an English-style old ale brewed with Belgian yeast and blended with older vintages. 15.5% ABV

The Lost Abbey, Deliverance, an American strong ale created by blending Brandy Barrel Angel’s Share and Bourbon Barrel Serpent’s Stout. 12.5% ABV

Three Floyds Brewing Co., Zombie Dust, a single-hopped American pale ale brewed using Citra hops. 6.4% ABV

Tickets are still available… Join us in New York for these and many other great craft beers paired with amazing food!

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