The New Jersey coast had a case of Shark Fever last summer when a great white named Mary Lee made the Jersey Shore her summer vacation destination. It seems like she must have had a great time because she’s back in time for Memorial Day Weekend.

In honor of Mary Lee and because summer’s coming soon, here’s a list of great shark-related beers for you to enjoy at the Jersey Shore this summer.

  • Shark Tracker

    Cisco Brewers

    OCEARCH.org, the group of researchers and scientists who are tracking Mary Lee, have teamed up with Cisco in the creation of Shark Tracker, a crisp, light lager. $3 from each case of Shark Tracker sold will go back to OCEARCH to fund shark education and research programs. Drinking awesome shark beer while helping a good cause? Sounds cool to us.

  • Narragannsett Lager

    Narragannsett Brewing Company

    The working class beer of choice in New England for decades, Narragannsett achieved immortality in 1975 when shark hunter and all-around badass Quint chugged a can of it in the movie Jaws. Narragannsett has even gone back to the 1975-era label for some cans of their delicious lager. In honor of the 40th anniversary of Jaws in 2015, Narragannsett even launched a #CrushItLikeQuint campaign.

  • LandShark Lager

    Margaritaville Brewing Company

    The mainstay of Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville Brewing Company, LandShark Lager is a refreshing beer that is the perfect companion to fin-spotting. Because we love beer drinking for a good cause, it’s worth noting that LandShark is a long-time partner of Ocean Conservancy, a non-profit dedicated to clean and healthy oceans.

  • 120 Minute IPA

    Dogfish Head Brewery

    At over 3,400 pounds, Mary Lee is a force to be reckoned with in the Atlantic. Similarly, at close to 20% alcohol and 120 IBUs, 120 Minute IPA is the great white shark of beers. Unlike Mary Lee however, Dogfish Head’s 120 Minute IPA is a much rarer sight at the Jersey Shore, with occasional small batch releases always resulting in quick sellouts. Another fun fact: the dogfish is actually a member of the shark family and can frequently be seen along the Jersey Shore.