2017 Anchor Christmas Ale
Milk & Cookies
We might get some flack for this considering they were bought by ABInbev recently. Actually it downright pisses us off, but since we are in the holiday spirit we will ignore it for this list. They still make some of the craziest and most delicious beer, and reasons they sold aside, we miss living in Asheville because they were in our backyard.
If you know the Bruery, you know this is going to be good. Known for their experimental beers, they started small but blossomed into something much much bigger. Nowadays, beer nerds like us go in search for one-offs and rare beers made by The Bruery to share and show off to our beer nerd friends.
Seeing the pink Delirium elephant is usually a good sign that what you're about to drink is going to be good. Very good. Their Christmas Ale is no exception. Our writer Scott Davis even stopped in while he was drinking his way around Brussels.
And that's it. Eight big, beautiful brews to enjoy no matter what part of the world you're snuggled up in.