A flute of Champagne isn't the only way to toast the New Year. Here are seven craft beers that can help ring in 2016 flavorfully.
San Diego's Stone Brewing offers an interpretation of Mexican hot cocoa. Stone Brewing Co.
A unique blend of four barrel-aged beers, crafted to celebrate the Paso Robles, California, brewery's anniversary. Firestone Brewery
This monkey packs a punch at 9.5% ABV and is a year-round offering from Victory. Victory Brewing
Seattle company Fremont Brewing's winter classic is a barrel-aged beast of a beer and, much like the Yeti, can be a bit elusive. Fremont Brewery
Asheville, North Carolina's, oldest brewery produces this spiced-up brown ale, which remains one of the most sought-after beers from the region. Highland Brewing
This offering is a complex Belgian Quadrupel brewed with raisins, dark malts and Belgian yeast. The Lost Abbey
Malt and hops from Germany, raw sugar from Mauritius and yeast from Belgium make up this golden ale from the Williamsburg brewer. Brooklyn Brewing