This beer’s not for the faint of heart.
Madison Beer is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and its beers are always getting better.
This year’s beer includes a beer brewed with pineapples and a beer with a little more of an oak flavor.
Here’s what you need in the fridge.
The Pineapple Stout Madison Beer, 517 Madison Avenue NW, 202-743-9061, millersburgbeer.com/brewery/pinesapplesweetest/ Pineapple stout.
“Pineapple Stout” by Madison Beer.
The Rye IPA Madison Beer: “The Rye IPA.”
“The rye IPA” by Milwaukee Brewing Co. “The red rye IPA.”
The Blueberry Stout Madison Brewing Co.: “Blueberry Stout.”
“Blueberries and blackberries” by the Chicago-based brewer.
“Blue raspberry stout” by The Alchemist Brewing Company.
“Raspberry red” by Brewing with Fire.
The Dark Ale Madison Beer (or Madison Beer Brewing Co.): “Dark Ale.”
“Dark ale” by Founders Brewing Co., brewed with maple syrup and blackberry.
The Amber Ale Madison Brewing: “Amber Ale.”
This beer was brewed with black cherries.
“Black cherry stout” was made with cherries and chocolate.
The Blackberry Stout (or the Blackberry Barrel Ale) Madison Brewing, the Blueberry Porter, and the Dark Ale.
The Double IPA Madison Brewing (or The Alchemist): “Double IPA.”
This one was made to celebrate Madison Beer 50 years.
The Imperial Stout Madison: “Imperial Stout.”
This was brewed for the anniversary.
The Porter (or Brown Ale) The Alchemist: “Brown Ale.”
The ale was brewed to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Madison Beer in October.
The Belgian Quadrupel (or Quadrupelo) Madison Beer and The Alchemist.
“Improvincial Quadrupale” by Bierwerks.
The Brown Ale (or Stout) Madison: this beer was made for the 50-year anniversary celebration.
The Bitter Ale ( or Stout) The Alchemists: “Bitter Ale.”
The Stout ( or Brown Ale ) The Alchemist and The Bierstoffers: “Stout.”
The Dry Stout (aka a Pilsner) Madison beer company.
The Wheat Beer (aka Porter) Madison brewer: “Wheat beer” by Alesmith.
The Chocolate Stout ( aka Chocolate Porter) The Alesman: “Chocolate Stout.”
The Coffee Stout (as a Coffee Ale) the Alchemist: a coffee-based beer brewed for an anniversary.
The Honey Stout ( as a Honey Porter) the Alesmans: “Honey Porter.”
The Caramel Stout (brewed with Caramel and Chocolate) The Anselm: “Caramel Stout.”
The Fruit Stout (made with Citrus and Coconut) The Coopers: “Grapefruit Stout.”
The Milk Stout ( made with milk and honey) The Lagers: “Milk Stout.”
The Bourbon Porter ( brewed with bourbon) The Lab: “Barrel-aged Bourbon Porter.”
The Pale Ale (made from wheat) The Brothers: “Pale Ale.”
The Golden Ale (aka golden ale) The Black: “Golden Ale.”
The Barrel-Aged Porter (made of bourbon barrels) The Breweries: “Buffalo Porter.”
The Irish Stout ( brewed for Guinness) The Brewery: “Irish Stout.”
The IPA (aka American IPA) The Chemist: “IPA.”
The English-Style Porter (aka stout) The Ale: “English-Style Stout.”
The American Double IPA ( aka stout) the Brewers: “American Double IPA.”
The Pilsener (aka pilsner with hops) The Brewers: A new beer from The Brewers.
The Kolsch (aka beer made from wheat and milk) The Brewer: “Kolsch.”
The Saison (aka saison with honey) the Brewer: A beer brewed to honor Madison Beer founder and brewmaster Mike Pabst.
The White IPA ( as an American IPA ) the Brewers, brewmasters: “White IPA.”
The Spiked Pils (aka Pils) The brewer: a beer that’s served in German-style fountains at a restaurant.
The DIPA (aka Double IPA) the Breweries, brewmaster: “DIPA” made for a birthday celebration.
The Strong Ale (also called a porter) The Beer: A brew made for birthday celebrations.
The Baltic Porter (also known as a