From the seasoned to newbie drinkers, Men’s Inquirers presents you the best brews to taste this 2022.

  • Bonobo

Bonobo beer is a beer style that is owned and produced by CB Craft Brewers, a brewery based in Chicago, IL. Bonobo beer is brewed with 100% organic, natural ingredients and is gluten-free. Bonobo beer was first brewed in 2015 and sold to the public in 2016. Bonobo beer is all-natural and gluten-free. 

  • Silver Back

Like some beers, the CB Craft Brewers brand is brewed with a rustic, handcrafted recipe and a unique taste. The silverback beer is flavored with hops, barley, spices, and caramel, and the copper back beer is inspired by the rich flavors of India Pale Ale. Each beer is brewed in small batches and is suitable for drinking with meals.

  • Caged Alpha Monkey

Caged Alpha Monkey is a rich, dark beer that pours a dark brown/black color with a tan head. It smells like chocolate and caramel. The taste is very complex, with hints of chocolate, roasted coffee, and hints of dark fruit. The bitterness is balanced by sweetness. The finish is dry, with notes of chocolate and caramel.

At first, I had a hard time deciding on the name for Caged Alpha Monkey. I like the word monkey, and Caged Alpha sounds cool, but I wanted something that stood out. Then it hit me. “Caged.” I mean, it’s a beer, so what’s the worst that could happen? Well, maybe you’re allergic to something, of course, but most people would assume that beer wouldn’t be very dangerous.

  • Night Frost

Night Frost is an American Pale Ale brewed with American hops and pilsner malt. The beer pours a clear, golden orange color with a subtle white head. Its scent is of pine, citrus, and tropical fruit, with undertones of caramel and bread.

The craft brewery scene in the Triangle is booming. Now, you can add Night Frost, a locally brewed pilsner, to the growing lineup. Night Frost, a pilsner brewed by CB Craft Brewers in Apex, debuted in March 2017. It has 5.4 percent alcohol by volume, a pale golden color, and a refreshingly dry finish. Night Frost was first brewed at CB Craft Brewers’ taproom.

  • McBubba

McBubba is brewed with a highly hopped IPA style but balanced with a decent malt profile—which is why it goes down so well. McBubba is floral, fruity, and hoppy, with a hint of honey and grains, balanced with a smooth, malty undercurrent.

McBubba beer, a new beer from CB Craft Brewers Company, will be hitting the shelves of retailers in April. McBubba is a White IPA, a term that describes a hoppy beer, particularly when it’s brewed with only white wheat. B Craft Brewers Company is famous for its craft beer, and McBubba will fit into those high standards. The beer has floral, citrus, and tropical notes, and the beer is 6% ABV.

  • Might Owl

According to CB Craft Brewers, Might Owl is their “first beer to really showcase our penchant for balance and restraint.” But this beer isn’t just about restraint; it is also about balance. The liquid provides a full-flavored experience without hitting you over the head with sweetness or bitterness. The 7.2% alcohol by volume beer is named after the owl that, according to mythology, served as the mascot for ancient Troy.

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