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.
Stone Xocoveza – San Diego's Stone Brewing offers an interpretation of Mexican hot cocoa.
Firestone Walker 19th Anniversary Ale – A unique blend of four barrel-aged beers, crafted to celebrate the Paso Robles, California, brewery's anniversary.
Victory Brewing Co. Golden Monkey – This monkey packs a punch at 9.5% ABV and is a year-round offering from Victory.
Fremont Brewing Barrel Aged Abominable Winter Ale – 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.
Highland Brewing Cold Mountain – Asheville, North Carolina's, oldest brewery produces this spiced-up brown ale, which remains one of the most sought-after beers from the region.
The Lost Abbey Judgment Day – This offering is a complex Belgian Quadrupel brewed with raisins, dark malts and Belgian yeast.
Brooklyn Brewing Local 1 – Malt and hops from Germany, raw sugar from Mauritius and yeast from Belgium make up this golden ale from the Williamsburg brewer.