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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.
IPA - Brut
This relatively new style gets its name from the champagne-like dryness the fermentation achieves. The yeast consumes almost all the residual sugars in this one. The result is a more potent hop aroma and flavor. Citra and Amarillo hops dominate the aroma and provide a pleasant compliment to the light and refreshing malt base.
Chips & Salsa Ale
A Cream Ale with a kicked up corn adjunct, Salsa Verde, and Hatch Green Chiles
IPA - White
We've taken our Classically brewed Belgian Witbier and hopped it up with copious Citra and Amarillo hops. To provide balance, we made the malt backbone much stronger to support those extra hops. The flavors are like a wit, a subtle but unmistakable orange peel and coriander combo along with a mild belgian yeast profile. However, those extra hops take the driver's seat and toss the rest of the flavors in the backseat. The classic wit flavors act to complement the hops and bitterness instead of providing their usual dominant role in this beer.
N. German Altbier
The traditional style of beer from Düsseldorf. “Alt” means old in German and refers to the “old” style of brewing which uses ale yeasts rather than the more modern cold fermenting lager yeasts. Although, its characteristics are very similar to lagers. A clean and complex maltiness of rich baked bread dominates with some restrained noble hop usage to balance. The finish is fairly crisp with a little dryness from the hops.
Strong Ale - English
Just like the name implies it is a strong version of a Bristish Bitter.
Brown Ale - Other
Chai seasonings such as cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, and clove mingle with lightly chocolatey malt and mild toast-like melanoidins. The nutty caramel flavor complements the Chai flavors nicely in this beer.
Belgian Dark Strong
Belgian Strong Dark Ale
A complex blend of rich malt and dark fruit flavors. The malt flavors are richly bready and deep caramel that marry into the raisin and plum-like dark esters. At over 10 percent ABV, it remains deceptively light and smooth. This beer is like James Bond: complex, rich, smooth, but dangerous.
Brewed as a collaboration with Phantom Canyon Brewing Co, Schwarzbier means Black Beer in German and it is a dark version of a lager. It has more of a roasted character than it's cousin the Munich Dunkel. But it does retain the smoothness of a lager despite the roasted malts.