Someday pretty soon you are going to get into your car after work and the thermometer is going to read 70 and you are going to roll down the windows and put on that fire Songs to Sing In The Car playlist and roll. When the warm weather starts to hit day after day here (Relevant Dad HQ is in New England) there is nothing better than getting home for work with the sun still high in the sky, the kids happy and playing outside and a cold beer to share with your significant other. Spring marks the end of stout and porter season and makes us think of some farmhouse ales, sours and saisons. Here are few that we have been loving or are on our must try list this spring.

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Imperial Peach Gose – Southern Tier Brewing Co. 8.3% ABV

This gose will be available in April and it sounds amazing. This limited release is brewed with peaches, chamomile, cardamom and coriander. The few early testers on UnTappd have said it is tart which is perfect for us! “On the palate, the strong acidity is balanced by the inherent sweetness of the peaches and the herbal nature of the extra ingredients” We can’t wait to try this.

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A Presentation Of Wild Things (American Wild Ale) – Common Roots Brewing Co.Plan Bee Farm Brewery  4% ABV

This exciting collaboration from Common Roots and Plan Bee is on our spring must-try list this year. Reviewers have remarked that this all NY sources ingredient wild ale is “slightly tart” “crisp and light” and our favorite “soft and supple”. We love soft and supple.

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Carina Peach Sour – Ecliptic Brewing 5.5% ABV

“Loaded with fresh peach flavor, Carina is a sour ale perfect for any time of year.  The use of Pale malt makes for a crisp character, while lactobacillus gives Carina a tart and refreshing finish.” Imagine the warm spring setting sun and the taste of this not to sour and even a little sweet brew.

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Hell or High Watermelon – 21st Amendment Brewery 4.9% ABV

The brewers of this wheat beer tell us that it is best paired with a watermelon wedge while sitting behind home plate. Well, since baseball season is just heating up in the big leagues and for your little leaguers, this seems like a perfect time to crush this spring beer.

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First Cut Mango IPA – Troegs Independent Brewing 6.2% ABV

Ah, spring, the flowers are poking up through the recently snow covered ground and farmers are gearing up for a new season. The hop farmers around the country are busy checking on their new shoots and pruning off the excess to make for an excellent season. This Troegs brew is juicy and smooth and pairs perfectly with your weekend plans on sprucing up your own yard.

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