Haha, sorry, I should have been more specific.
I'm in the Seattle area. My friends are hosting the party, and one owns a speciality bottle shop, and the other has worked for a local distributor for years. Both have really good tasts and are good and finding me really cool obscure beers
Like for my wedding eariler this year, we had Snoqulmie Wildcat IPA and Fuller's ESB (again, my other choices got knocked down as being too strong by the now wife), along with a case of Yeti in bottles.
Here's some of what I've come up with recently.
The Abyss - Probably can't get it, Kim will say it's too strong
Either Pliny (younger or elder) - Would be fun, though hoppy, again, Kim will say it's too strong.
Stone Russian Stout - Probably too dark, again, Kim will say it's too strong.
Port Brewings Old Viscosity - Like the Russian river, too dark and Kim will say it's too strong.
Russian River ales - Not sure how they would be received, and Kim will say they're too strong.
Barley wine - Maybe like Old Ruffian or Gnarley but Kim will say that it's too strong
North Coast - I think Kim will say they're too strong
Silver City Fat Bastard - I bet this would be good, especially their oaked version, but Kim will say that it's too strong
Old Chub - This would be fun, but I've only ever seen it in cans, oh, and at 8%, kim will say it's too strong
New Belgian 1554 - Lower abv, so Kim might approve of it
Fullers 1845 - This would be another good ale, oh and 6.3%, it might meet kim's approval