High: Pfriem Family Brewers’ aptly named Super Saison clocks in at a substantial 9.5% and is released to warm stomachs during cold
Low: At just 2.9%, Jester King’s Le Petit Prince is a modern example of low-octane Belgian table beers that can be enjoyed in quantity throughout a long meal.
High: Few brewers dip their toes into the extreme waters of triple IPAs; Rhinegeist Stryker flexes its muscles at 10.7% ABV, with citrusy hop levels to match.
Low: Packing for vacation? Grab your sunscreen and a sixpack of Evil Twin’s Bikini Beer, an ultrasessionable 2.7% IPA.
High: Ballast Point Tongue Buckler delivers a palate lashing dose of alcohol (10%) and bitterness (100+ IBUs).
Low: Three malts combine to create Sebago Runabout Red, a complex but easy-drinking amber that packs just a 4.4% punch.
High: It’s a good thing “imperial” is a part of Ten Ninety’s Imperial Witbier name to warn you of its suped-up 10.1% ABV.
Low: Freetail’s Rye Wit nails the refreshing character that most drinkers seek in this Belgian style, coasting in at a manageable 4.9%.
High: Ale Asylum dials up the booziness on Pantheon brown ale to a noticeably warming 8.2%.
Low: Technically an English mild, Crown Brown slides into your gameday routine or post-work wind-down at a comfy 4.2%.
High: The “naughty” portion of 2 Towns Ciderhouse’s Nice & Naughty cider might refer to its 10.5% ABV, spiced up with cinnamon, nutmeg, clove and honey.
Low: Easy Apple is Angry Orchard’s first dedicated session cider, taking its ABV down to 4.2% from Crisp Apple’s 5%.