There are few beers as aptly named as Celebration, judging by the reaction of beer enthusiasts around the country when it hits shelves each year. Celebration pours a rich golden color, with a frothy tan head showing great retention. The aroma coming off a freshly poured glass is grassy, citrusy, and a bit bready -- something you'd expect in an American IPA. The flavor is bursting with hops overshadowing the subtle caramelized barley sweetness. This holiday treat finishes slightly dry, with a lingering hop bite on the tongue and cheeks that isn't overpowering. Celebration is medium-bodied and gently carbonated with a mild alcohol warming in the throat. While many enjoy this beer on its own, you could seek out a spicy takeout dish from your favorite Asian or Mexican restaurant to accompany it.