This is kind of weird combination of one of the best beers I've ever had, along with another favorite, and that favorite being fantastic for summertime.
Furious - 6.5% ABV, American IPA. This is the pinnacle of mid-western IPAs. It is hoppy (99 IBUs), pulling flavors from a variety of hop styles to create a complex blend of cinnamon, grapefruit, and pine needles. However, there's a big malt body to balance out some of that bitterness, and lend a toffee-caramel sweetness to the overall beer. How many IPAs do you know that claim the addition of some roasted barley?
CynicAle - 6.6% ABV, Belgian Saison/Pale Ale. Amazingly, this beer almost tastes like a Wit to me, with less citrus. Fantastic blend of belgian yeasts, earthy continental European hops, pilsner malt, and some oats that round out the body and keep it smooth.