They sometimes charge boutique prices, particularly at their locations closer to fancier areas, but mine is very reasonably priced for the location it's in, and I'm decent buddies with the guys who work there, and they're always happy to talk beer with me so I'd consider it a fair trade anyway. Anyway, just digging into Fortunate Islands first. This is their Citra/Amarillo dry-hopped wheat pale ale. Great smell; mild tropical fruit, bright lemon and orange with a slight dank quality. Citra is just such a goddamn great hop (Amarillo is a classic and no slouch either though), and one of the best dry-hops you can use... so punchy and in-your-face but weirdly delicate too. This is pretty juicy and, at 5%, it feels perfectly drinkable and crushable. The slight malty bite at the section of each sip right before the dryness and puckering hop kick get to the tongue is so well-balanced. This kinda reminds me of some Hill Farmstead pale ales I've had that focus on bright and apparent hops with a very dry yet full-bodied malt base. Super clean, refreshing and very tasty. I look forward to drinking the saison which is also in the fridge!