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—George Cox

Hot summer days demand cool refreshing craft beers! Here are a few of our most quenching, from light, low-alcohol session ales to max-flavor imperials.

—Tina Miller

Rosé the Riveter, Armada Brewing, New Haven, Conn., 4.5%
A rosé ale made with ginger, lemon, and hibiscus. Lightly tart, tangy,
and refreshingly delicious! Beach me!

—Tina Miller

Hop Hop and Away, Aeronaut Brewing, Somerville, Mass., 4.6%
A thirst-quenching session India ale that absolutely rocks the
taste buds with citrusy goodness.

—Tina Miller

Save the Robots, Radiant Pig Brewing, Boston, Mass., 7%
A hazy East Coast IPA, an unfiltered quaff with juicy tropical
flavors that get the dance party movin’.

—Tina Miller

Metal, Singlecut Beersmiths, Astoria, N.Y., 7.7%
A double dry-hopped Imperial IPA that’s got a deep haze and
candied citrus fruit tones, and is a chewy, hard-rockin’ bevy.

—Tina Miller

Pulp Daddy, Greater Good Brewing, Worcester, Mass., 8%
Imperial Ale that brings the house down with its “nectar of the gods”
pulp juiciness. A smooth, hazy beast!

—Tina Miller

Super Cluster Ale, Lagunitas Brewing Co., Chicago, Ill., 8%
Citra-hopped mega ale. A big, intense ride that crushes it on flavor,
and thoroughly satisfies both your body and mind.