Last updated on April 24, 2018 @ 5:37 PM
IPA - American
Citra and Amarillo hops are at the forefront of flavor and aroma. Orange and tropical notes like passion fruit and mango permeate the palette. However, at 7% ABV, the malt backbone is enough to help balance the 50 IBUs of bitterness.
Originally produced by ale brewers to compete with American lagers of the Northeast, Mid-atlantic, and Canada. It’s been known as the original “lawn mower” beer. Clean, refreshing and easy to drink with a little more character than your typical American lager.
Red Ale - Irish
An “easy drinker”. Caramel malt flavors balance a subtle dry roastiness creating a nearly crisp finish with a hint of roast that lingers pleasantly on the palette.
Oatmeal Stout (Nitro)
Stout - Oatmeal
Roasted and caramel malts with the smooth silkiness of oats create a coffee and cream flavor. Usually the roasted malts create a somewhat acrid finish. However, in this version, the finish is much smoother than one would expect.
Sour - Gose
Named after the Gose river in Germany near Leipzig, this style dates back to over a thousand years. It’s a tart and fruity wheat ale not quite enough to be called a sour. We enhance the fruitiness with an infusion of raspberries, which complements the tartness nicely.
Scottish Wee Heavy
Scotch Ale / Wee Heavy
Rich and Malty with a nice Caramel flavor. Quite strong at over 8 percent, there is enough hop bitterness to balance the powerful malt backbone. The finish is balanced on the palette.
Brown Ale - Other
Adding coconut to the fermenter, a subtle coconut flavor is imbued into our brown ale.
The easy drinking and highly refreshing aspects of this American Wheat Beer are accented by the infusion of Apricots. A cousin to the Weizen beers of Germany, the American version has a cleaner yeast character which allows the doughy and grainy flavors of the wheat to come through. The Apricot provides a nice complement to an already great tasting beer.
Pale Ale - Belgian
Considered a “session” type of style, this is a very balanced beer with a mild yeast character despite its Belgian origins. It has a strong malt character that is biscuity and lightly toasty. However, the hop profile is quite bitter which leads to a nicely balanced beer. The finish is crisp to slightly dry.
Grätzer / Grodziskie
A light bodied creamy wheat beer. It’s a revived Polish beer style that features a white wheat malt smoked with oak. The wheat lends a sultry smoke character that is much milder than your classic “rauchbier.” The resultant flavor is reminiscent of oolong tea.