Style: American light lager
ABV: 3.9%We promise this is the last beer with "lawnmower" in the name, but it's tough to leave a can of lager this light and refreshing off the list. Straight out of Ashland, Ore., this brew knows a thing or two about pesky Pacific Northwest growing patterns and the grass, dandelion, thistle, laurel and invasive blackberries that get into fighting shape around this time of year. This see-through beer is a tough fit for the craft label, as it's made with flaked rice to fill it out and tamp down its bite, but it's a lovely, lacy pilsner with just enough local Willamette Hops to let drinkers taste it. A bit hazier than the beers it's based on, but that 3.9% alcohol content means you can enjoy more of them without making a mess of your lawn.