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Beer: New import standouts

Every year, new beers immigrate to the U.S. consumer market.

Every year, new beers immigrate to the U.S. consumer market, said the editors of Draft. Among the wave of foreign beers finding their way to America right now, these three excite us.

Westvleteren 12 This Belgian dark, strong ale has been hailed as “the best beer in the world” and “beer’s Holy Grail.” For a limited time this spring, it will be available in the U.S. for the first time in decades.

Dupont Posca Rustica This hopless ale takes its cues from the Iron Age, when gruit, sweet woodruff, bog myrtle, and a variety of other spices were popular with brewers.

Robinson’s Old Tom Strong Ale “After a long hiatus,” Britain’s most award-winning beer is venturing Stateside again this year. To celebrate, it’s bringing along an Old Tom Chocolate and an Old Tom Ginger.

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