Good selection of modern-looking furniture and other products. We got my daughter's first real bed there, and she likes it and it's held up well over the past couple years. We don't shop at IKEA often, but usually end up buying something when we go. Usually has great prices! Though putting everything together yourself can be a pain.
Oskar Blues Pinner is a pretty good session IPA. My one issue with it is that it's a bit sweeter than I like my IPAs to be. But it's low-alcohol with good flavor, like a session IPA should be. I'd recommend both this and the regular Oskar Blues IPA (which is higher alcohol but less sweet).
Stone Go To IPA is one of my favorite session IPAs. They also sell it in cans now. It has better, more complex flavor than some session IPAs. Great for when you want a lower-alcohol beer, but want something with more flavor than Miller Lite. Highly recommended!
Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale is one of my all-time favorite beers. Billed as a mix between a brown ale, scotch ale, and IPA, and that's exactly what it tastes like. Really, like a hoppy brown. But be careful, because it's strong. Highly recommended!
New Belgium Slow Ride is a pretty good session IPA. Great if you want lots of flavor without a lot of alcohol, like a regular IPA. It's not one I tend to reach for as much, but it's easy to find most anywhere. I'd recommend it.
This is one of the best IPAs I've ever had. Has more tropical flavors, rather than the pine or citrus of many IPAs. If you don't think you like IPAs, give this one a try. It's more expensive than most beers, but I think it's worth the additional cost!
Brooklyn Brown is one of the better brown ales out there (fave is Smuttynose Old Brown Dog). A good beer for a chilly night, smooth and a bit sweet on the front, with a roasted flavor on the back end. Recommended! I wish more breweries would do brown ales...