What better way to mark Pope Francis' first visit to the United States than by getting drunk off beer inspired by him?

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From Mother Nature Network:

Philadelphia Brewing's Holy Wooder: The name of this Belgian Style Triple has nothing to do with wood. It's a tribute to Philly-speak and the way the local's pronounce the word "water."

Flying Fish's Nope: Not everyone is heading into the city. Those who want to avoid the crowds say, "Nope, I'm not going." Flying Fish in Somerdale, New Jersey, is embracing the fact that it's not located in Philadelphia, inviting people to come to the brewery to enjoy Nope, which is an IPA. Brewery's founder Gene Muller told Forbes, “We say it is for folks who have no interest in walking over the bridge to Philadelphia. It is a moderate amount of alcohol that won’t force you to serve any kind of penance the next morning.”

Cape May Brewing Company's You Only Pope Once (YOPO): This beer is IPA with an "unholy amount of hops" that will be available only on draft at the brewery and on taps throughout Philadelphia and New Jersey.

2nd Story Brewing's Pater Noster: This patersbier, according to Eater, is a traditional beer brewed by "Trappist monks for consumption within the monastery (as opposed to the more-familiar dubbels and tripels that they make to sell)." Pater Noster is a term used for what most people know of as "The Lord's Prayer." This beer will be available only at 2nd Story's Old City brew pub.

Manayunk Brewing Co's Papal Ale: Available on taps throughout the city and in bottles at certain locations, Father John Kelly of St. John the Baptist Church in Manayunk blessed the brewing water of this beer. It's an ale that "combines a fruity amber base with Argentinian candi sugar and is aged on Malbec-soaked oak wine barrels."

Crime & Punishment's Jesus Wept: The brewery that just opened in July brewed a Gose, a German sour wheat beer with a strong saltiness. The name of the beer is taken from the shortest verse in the Bible, John 11:35, which simply says, "Jesus wept." The salty beer is representative of Jesus' salty tears.